Failure Analysis 

Purpose of Education

The aim of this training is to gain knowledge and skills to all managers and engineers who work in manufacturing sector about following steps; the methods and practices for the elimination of damage, to identify the technological error by determining the mechanism that causes the possible damage, to know more closely the behavior properties of the material they use.

Target of Training

All participants at the end of this training;

  • Will be able to have basic knowledge about the causes of failure, mechanism of failure, diagnosis of failure, stages of fracture analysis,

  • Will be able to review destructive and non-destructive testing methods used in failure analysis,

  • Will be able to examine the failure mechanisms

    • Fracture-Fracture Analysis

    • Fatigue

    • Creep

    • Wearing

    • Corrosion

  • Will be able to recognize the formation mechanisms of each of the process errors

    • Heat Treatment Errors

    • Welding Errors

    • Mechanical Processing Errors

    • Casting Errors

  • Will be able to determine the approach by working on failure analysis samples.

Training Fee (Per Person)

1.200 ₺ + VAT

Who Should Attend

  • All engineers working in production,

  • Managers,

  • Purchasing Personnel,

  • Sales Personnel

Training Period is 2 Days

Training Place

Validebağ Adile Sultan Kasrı Öğretmenevi


Prof. Dr. Eyüp Sabri KAYALI

He was born in 1947 in Karadeniz Ereğli and finished his primary education in Karadeniz Ereğli and his secondary education at Kabataş Erkek High School in İstanbul.

He graduated from ITU faculty of Mines Department as a Metallurgy Engineer MSc in 1969 and started working as an assistant in this department in the same year. He graduated from Stanford University with a NATO scholarship in 1972 for his graduate studies in Materials Science and Engineering in the United States, where he earned his master's degree in 1973 and his Ph. D. in 1976. In 1972, he went to Stanford University, in the United States, for graduate studies with a NATO scholarship. He completed his master's degree in Materials Science and Engineering in 1973 and his doctorate in 1976. He returned to his homeland in 1976 and served as a reserve officer in the Air Force in Kütahya and started his career as a faculty member in the Faculty of Metallurgy of İTÜ. He became an Associate Professor in 1981. He worked at the University of Waterloo in Canada as a postdoctoral researcher in Mechanical Engineering for one year in 1980 and 3 months in the summer of 1982. In 1987 he was also a guest lecturer at the Institute of Mechanical Metallurgy of the Technical University of Clausthal in Germany with an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship. In 1989 he became a Professor. Later, he served as assistant dean at İTÜ Chemical and Metallurgical faculty in 1989-1994, as head of Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering at İTÜ Chemical and Metallurgical faculty in 1997-2000, as head of Materials Department in 2003-2006, as faculty senator in 2005-2007, and as dean of İTÜ Chemical and Metallurgical faculty in 2007-2010. He served as a faculty senator again between 2010 and 2013 and also served as head of the Department of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering at İTÜ Institute of Natural and Applied Sciences from 2010 to 2013.

He has 5 co-authored books on Mechanical Metallurgy, 100 international papers, 113 international proceedings, 22 national papers, 47 national proceedings and 1 patent. During his tenure at İTÜ, he directed 17 doctoral theses and 77 master theses.

Prof. Dr. Murat BAYDOĞAN

He graduated from ITU Sakarya Engineering Faculty Metallurgical Engineering department in 1992. He received a master's degree from İTÜ Institute of Natural and Applied Sciences in 1996 and a PhD degree in 2003.

In 2005, he worked on residue stress analysis at the Mechanical Engineering Department of Texas Technical University, where he was a postdoctoral researcher. Murat Baydogan was named Associate Professor in 2010 and was appointed Professor by İTÜ Rectorate in 2017.

Between 1994 and 1997 he worked at Istanbul University Department of Metallurgical Engineering and since 1997 he has been working at İTÜ Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. He has 130 publications including 47 international papers and 83 national and international proceedings on fatigue, wear and corrosion properties of engineering materials and micro-arc oxidation of light metals.

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