Wisconsin Materials and Ethics 17 PDH Discount Package 1
Courses in this Package
Structures and Properties of Metals (T07-001)
Corrosion: Overview (H04-001)
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) Used in Residential Wall Systems (T04-007)
Engineering Ethics for Wisconsin Professional Engineers (WI2-004)
The online engineering PDH course addresses two aspects of metals. The first part of this course deals with the basic structures of metals and how those structures are affected by various processes. In addition, it contains information on the various imperfections and defects that the metal may sustain and how they affect the metal. The second part contains information on metal properties which are considered when selecting material for engineering design purposes. Each of these properties contains a discussion on how the property is affected and the metal's application.
This 7 PDH online course is applicable to structural and mechanical engineers, construction and design personnel, technical staff and facility operators who are interested in gaining a better understanding of the structures and properties of metals.
- Understanding bonding
- Learning about common lattice types
- Understanding grain structure and boundary
- Learning about polymorphism and alloys
- Knowing the imperfection in metals
- Learning about stress and strain and Young's
- Modulus Understanding stress-strain relationship
- Understanding the physical properties of materials
- Learning about working metals and corrosion
- Understanding hydrogen embrittlement
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review Modules 1 and 2, "Structures and Property of Metals" of the Department of Energy Publication DOE-HDBK-1017/1-93, "Material Science".
This online engineering PDH course provides basic information on the chemical interaction taking place during the corrosion process between the environment and the corroding metal. It also describes preventive measure to minimize or control the corrosion process.
Uncontrolled corrosion can cause many serious problems. Corrosion occurs continuously, and every metal in every facility is subject to some type of corrosion. Even though corrosion cannot be eliminated, it can be controlled.
This 4 PDH online course is applicable to chemical and environmental engineers, design and construction personnel, technical staff and facility operators who are interested in gaining a better understanding of the theory of corrosion.
- Corrosion theory
- General corrosion
- Crud and galvanic corrosion
- Specialized corrosion
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review Module 2, "Corrosion" of the Department of Energy Publication DOE-HDBK-1015/1-93, "Chemistry".
This online engineering PDH course provides prescriptive requirements for the use of structural insulated panels (SIPs) in wall systems in the construction of residential structures. These provisions include definitions, span tables, material requirements, and other related information appropriate for use by engineers, home builders, design professionals, and building code officials.
The Prescriptive Method for Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) Used in Wall Systems in Residential Construction (Prescriptive Method) provides prescriptive requirements to facilitate the use of SIPs in wall systems for the construction of one- and two-family dwellings. By providing prescriptive provisions for the construction of typical homes with SIP systems, the need for engineering can be eliminated or reduced for most applications.
This 4 PDH online course is applicable to engineers, design professionals and construction personnel who are interested in gaining a better understanding of the design and installation considerations of structural insulated panels.
- Familiarizing with the SIP materials, sizes and shapes
- Understanding the SIP foundation, wall and header requirements
- Understanding SIP connection details
- Understanding the utility requirements associated with SIP wall systems
- Understanding the thermal guidelines associated with SIP wall systems
This online engineering PDH course presents the laws and rules of ethics and professional responsibility governing the practice of engineering in the State of Wisconsin. Excerpts from Chapters A-E 1 to A-E 13 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code and Chapter 443 of the Wisconsin Statutes which relate to the rules of professional conduct are presented in this course.
Engineering ethics is (1) the study of moral issues and decisions confronting individuals and organizations involved in engineering and (2) the study of related questions about moral conduct, character, ideals and relationships of peoples and organizations involved in technological development (Martin and Schinzinger, Ethics in Engineering).
Since engineers are faced with frequent moral and ethical dilemmas while practicing their engineering profession, this course will provide you with moral and ethical guidance in your decision making process. Most importantly, it will provide you with insight on how to conduct, respect and protect your engineering practice with the utmost professionalism.
This 2 PDH online course is applicable to Professional Engineers licensed in the State of Wisconsin and who are required to demonstrate continuing professional competency in engineering ethics as a condition of their license renewal. For each renewal period, every licensee must complete thirty (30) professional development hours, at least two of which must be relative to the rules professional responsibility, conduct and ethics.
This PE continuing education engineering course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Familiarizing with the laws and rules regulating the practice of engineering in the State of Wisconsin
- Understanding the role of the Wisconsin Board and its disciplinary authority
- Learning about engineering ethics and the rules of professional conduct and responsibility
- Gaining an overview of ethical and disciplinary case studies depicting various violations and their corresponding penalties