Ogun Unal | How Oxidation Weakens Aluminum, and Why Engineers Make the World Better
Who is Ogun Unal?
Ogun Unal‘s expertise is in industrial engineering and metallurgy. He describes how the oxidized top layer of molten Aluminum can be pushed sub-surface and lead to failures in the cast components engineers do not handle properly. Ogun Unal also shares an interesting take on how engineers spark change in the world. Additionally, We talk about what life might be like without engineers’ inventions.
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