Men of iron


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Me­tal­lurgy is one of the old­est sciences. It con­cerns it­self with me­tals and their ap­pli­ca­tions. Met­al­lur­gi­cal en­gi­neer­ing deals with the ex­trac­tion of me­tals from their ores, pu­ri­fy­ing them and shap­ing them for prac­ti­cal use. This sub­ject in­cludes phys­i­cal and chem­i­cal prop­er­ties of me­tals, their atomic and crys­talline struc­tures, min­eral ben­e­fi­ci­a­tion, and the struc­ture-prop­erty re­la­tion­ship

CLOCK­WORK For those into re­search and teach­ing: Wake up

Take class Pre­pare class notes, write pa­pers/ an­a­lyse data 1.30pm: Lunch 3.15pm: : Go the li­brary and read up on re­search work 5pm: Call it a day

THE PAY­OFF At en­try level, in­come could be R40,000 per month. At the mi­dlevel it can go up to R1 lakh to a month. At the se­nior level, the sky is the limit SKILLS/TRAITS Knowl­edge of ex­per­i­men­tal tech­niques, oper­a­tional fea­tures of so­phis­ti­cated in­stru­ments Good an­a­lyt­i­cal skills


Me­tal­lica fever: As met­al­lur­gi­cal en­gi­neers you can ex­plore a va­ri­ety of ap­pli­ca­tions for me­tals

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