Gleeble Systems are the most advanced thermal-mechanical physical simulators in the world.
For over 50 years metallurgists and engineers at Dynamic Systems have worked with their industry and academic counterparts to continuously improve and develop new Gleeble systems.
While all of our systems boast impressive capabilities, the most important factor in generating productive data and knowledge is the human element. As such, it is critical that Gleeble operators receive training on how to correctly operate and care for each machine.
Our team has developed a hands-on training curriculum, providing operators with the knowledge needed to take full advantage of the Gleeble’s capabilities. The majority of training is provided to new owners after the purchase of a new system, however training is also available (and recommended) to new users of existing systems. This is very valuable to organizations that experience staff/user turnover.
Training can be conducted on location or at our facility in New York, USA.
Training Schedules: Each training curriculum is customized based on the needs of our users and the types of equipment purchased, ranging from 5 day to 10 day schedules. Training occurring in our New York facility, typically includes time in the schedule to explore regional tourism attractions.
The list below includes typical topics covered in a training curriculum. Sessions are spread out over multiple days and are hands-on and involve direct interaction with the Gleeble system.
Section I: Introduction of Gleeble Systems
- Why Physical Simulation
- Overview of Gleeble Systems
Section II: Operation of Gleeble Systems
- Operation of the Gleeble
- Gleeble Thermal System
- Gleeble Mechanical System
- Measurement Systems
- Controls and Displays
- Safety Features of the Gleeble Systems
- Manual Operation of the Gleeble System
- Specimens (types, loading, couplers etc.)
- Automatic Control of the Gleeble (Program generation and introduction to QuikSim2 software)
- Thermal Gradients and Resistance Heating
- Resistance Heating and Isothermal Planes
- Resistance in the Electric Loop
- Lengthwise Thermal Gradient Control
- Crosswise Thermal Gradient Control
- High Flow Quenching System
Section III: Applications of the Gleeble Systems
- Training for specific applications are determined by the users' industry and interest in varied applications. Training may include some or all of the following topics:
- Hot Working Process Simulation
- Hot Tensile Test
- SICO Test
- Uniaxial Compression Test
- Low Speed Plan Strain Testing and Simulation
- Multiple Pass High Speed Hot Rolling Process Simulation
- Welding Process Simulation
- HAZ Software and Simulation
- Laser Welding Simulation
- Upset Butt Welding
- Nil-strength tests
- CCT Diagram Development
- Melting and Solidification
- Continuous Casting Simulation
Section IV: Advanced Gleeble Programming Techniques
- Simcon Software
- GSL Programming
Section V: Maintenance of Gleeble Systems
- Daily, monthly, annual maintenance