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This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of hot rolling steel strip and plate.
The making, shaping, and treating of steel are critical to product design, application, cost and performance.
Production and use of DRI in North America is increasing with the reduced price of natural gas due to advances in drilling technology.
This symposium will highlight steelmaking and casting, hot rolling, accelerated cooling and direct quenching, flatness control, linepipe, hydrogen-induced-cracking (HIC) resistant steels, microstructure characterization, product strategies, as-rolled steels, heat treated steels, welding, and hardfacing.
The symposium will deliver practical information and experiences from crane maintenance personnel, crane manufacturers, equipment manufacturers and engineering consultants who strive to make electric overhead traveling (EOT) cranes and their runways the safest, most reliable, durable machinery, and equipment in the industry.
This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of cold rolling. The course covers fundamentals, equipment, rolling theory, control, threading, rolls, lubrication, measurement, safety and new technology.
Few individuals are knowledgeable about the complete L0, L1 and L2 systems available today for various rolling mill types. Current sensor and control technologies coupled with modern communication architecture allow implementation of functionality without regard for the traditional level designations.
Developed and presented with the talented resources of the Continuous Casting Technology Committee, this informative program targets the heart of steelmaking: the frontline operator.
Secondary steelmaking refractory maintenance is vital to both productivity and safety in a meltshop and caster. It is important for those involved to have a thorough understanding of the basic concepts of refractory system design.