Sand to Shelf: Essentials of Glass Containers
This seminar covers the fundamentals of glass from sand to shelf in eight parts.
An eight part E-seminar offering a comprehensive overview of what you need to know about glass containers, covering the highlights of glass as a material, container manufacturing, filling, testing, design, and fracture analysis.
Attendees will gain an appreciation for glass as a material and how it can be used to manufacture high quality glass containers, avoid defects and analyze breakage. A certificate will be issued on completion to prove your knowledge.
Interested in the course but still not certain? We offer three full, uncut modules as a free preview.
In order to complete the course and obtain your certificate, you will need 100% completion of all course material. That includes viewing at least 75% of each video module, pass (60%) the final quiz, and take the AGR survey. You will have 90 days to complete the course.
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Sand to Shelf: Essentials of Glass Containers - IntroductionFREE PREVIEW
Course Layout and How to Receive Your Certificate
What is Glass?
Part 1 Quiz
Raw Materials & Color
Furnace & Melting
Part 2 Quiz
Loads - Pressure & Vertical Load
Loads - Impact & Thermal Shock
Stress - Pressure
Stress - Vertical LoadFREE PREVIEW
Stress - Impact
Stress - Thermal Shock
Part 3 Quiz
Design Changes Discussion
Design - Internal Pressure
Design - Vertical Load
Design - Impact
Design - Thermal ShockFREE PREVIEW
Part 4 Quiz
Strength & Static Fatigue
Handling FlawsFREE PREVIEW
Part 5 Quiz
Part 6 Quiz
Analysis Techniques & Tools
Breaking Stress & Root Cause
Part 7 Quiz
Final Summary Quiz
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