metallurgical engineer


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metallurgical engineer

[‚med·əl′ər·jə·kəl ‚en·jə′nir]
(engineering)
A person who specializes in metallurgical engineering.
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The company, established in 1982, has a headcount of 40 metallurgical engineers, laboratory technicians and operators.
An FIA committee met with Dr Philip Guichelaar, associate professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Western Michigan University (WMU), to discuss how we could better get this technology taught in North American universities and colleges with the long-range goal of having all of their graduating mechanical and metallurgical engineers familiar with the engineering features of forgings compared to other products.
The measure underscores the need to develop competent, productive, well-rounded and morally upright Metallurgical Engineers whose standards of professional practice and service are expected to be world-class and globally competitive and whose practice will be safeguarded through regulatory measures, programs, and activities," he said.
University of Utah metallurgical engineers has won grants worth up to US$6.
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