Scrap Supplements and Alternative Ironmaking 7
19–21 February 2017 • Wyndham Lake Buena Vista • Orlando, FL, USA
Development and application of alternative ironmaking processes to provide virgin iron units to the electric arc furnace sector, hot metal to steelmaking vessels or to process waste oxides in both blast furnace-based and EAF steel plants.
About the Program
This is the seventh in a series of symposia covering scrap substitutes and alternative ironmaking, which originated with a highly successful meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C., USA, in 1993. This meeting was followed by others in Myrtle Beach in 1996, Trinidad in 1999 and Baltimore in 2004 and 2008 and 2012. These were initiated by the predecessor Iron & Steel Society’s Process Technology Division’s Advanced Technology Committee, and the previous symposia, which were international in scope and participation, were associated with a high level of activity in research, process and project development, plant construction and start-up of direct reduction and alternative ironmaking processes. This symposium will focus on the following areas: successful projects/processes, the challenges of struggling processes, processes still under development and new approaches, and use of products.
Who Should Attend
Those engaged in the production, sale, and use of direct reduced iron, pig iron and scrap; managers and engineers from electric furnace and blast furnace–based steel companies, suppliers of iron ore, coal, and natural gas; steel company, engineering company, academic and research institute personnel engaged in ironmaking process development.
Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) Program
AIST recently launched the Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) program to encourage our members to help boost the next generation’s involvement in AIST and the steel industry. If you are an AIST member and are bringing a Young Professional (age 30 and under) to the conference, you can receive a free gift. All you have to do is enter their contact information on the registration form when you sign up for the conference. Find out more information about the program here.
Professional Development Hours
This course may qualify for up to 15 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits. Each attendee will receive a certificate listing the quantity of PDH credits earned for the course. This course is not approved for PDH credit in New York, Florida, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
AIST’s Direct Reduced Iron Technology Committee.
Michael Riley, Praxair Inc.; Joe Poveromo, RMI Global Consulting; Angelo Manenti, Tenova Core; Jeffrey Myers, Midrex Technologies Inc.; Romain Frieden, Vulcanus Consulting; Thomas Battle, consultant; Jan van der Stel, Tata Research Ijmuiden; Jose Noldin, Lhoist/ABM; Frank Griscom; and Koji Saito, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp.