Web Discovery


Glass Material Failure Analysis Product Contamination

« Screwed assemblies: issues and new challenges »


This web conference aims to present the skills and experience of more than 30 years of CETIM GRAND EST in the field of glass.

First part: how to approach and determine the origin of a failure in the field of glass (breakage, corrosion, material defects)

After a presentation of the glass material and the mechanics of its breakage, the specificity of failure analysis relating to glass will be addressed through concrete examples.

Second part: how to identify the origin of a foreign body in glass

The identification of the origin of foreign bodies in glass is crucial, especially in the food industry.

The importance of chemical analysis but also of the characterization of its morphology in the determination of the origin of such contaminants will be presented and discussed.


7th December 2021


16:30 to 18:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers


The webinar will be presented experience engineer Mr LEROY Elric, who work in the business unit team of Assemble Technologies.


Trainer on bolted assembly and Cetim Cobra Software – active in the field of Bolted assemblies. Expertise in cold forming assemblies (riveting, clinching & etc…)

Areas of Expertises

Feasibility studies and industrialization

  • Help to choose assembly technologies and process selection
  • Specific development product/process

Assemblies design (analytic and FEM dimensioning)

  • Design analysis for different modes of mechanical loads (static, dynamic and cyclic)
  • Design improvement solutions proposal
  • Determination of the causes of the failure of assemblies

Process analysis

  • Determining the causes of the failure of a process
  • Proposals for corrective solutions, curative and preventive

Research and development

  • Technical assistance for the research and development on the customer projects
  • Participation in multi-material assemblies’ studies

Training experience

  • Training animation on bolted assemblies and Cetim Cobra Software (French and English)


  • Production engineer (EIC CHERBOURG – 2005)
  • CETIM (2006 – 2019): Engineer in the Assembly department and project management


Course Name

Glass Material Failure Analysis Product Contamination

Course Date:

7th December 2021, Tuesday


16:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time


From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

This web discovery is cancelled.

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary