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Get international exposure for your work! Submit your abstract today for AISTech 2015 – The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition, 4-7 May 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. AISTech 2015 will hold the ICSTI 2015 – The 7th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking.
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Take advantage of a FREE company listing in the 2015 Directory — Iron & Steel Plants! The Directory is the "black book" known industry-wide for its comprehensive details on North American steel producers and suppliers from around the world. The Directory includes information on capacities, products and equipment for more than 1,500 companies and 15,000 key personnel. The Directory will be available for purchase in January 2015.
AIST is looking for ideas that make an impact! The T. C. Graham Fund for Innovation In Steel Application is sponsoring an annual contest to encourage and recognize applications for steel that may lead to the development of new markets. The winning entry will receive a US$20,000 cash prize.
This two-day symposium, held 3–5 November in Santa Fe, Argentina, will deliver practical information and experiences from crane maintenance personnel, crane manufacturers, equipment manufacturers and engineering consultants who strive to make electric overhead traveling cranes and their runways the safest, most reliable, durable machinery and equipment in the industry.
The symposium will deliver practical information and experiences from crane personnel who strive to make electric overhead traveling (EOT) cranes and their runways the safest, most durable equipment.
Take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity to expand your visibility, increase your efficiency and strengthen your network!
Held in conjunction with AIST’s Leadership Conference and the Birmingham and Southwest Member Chapter Annual Meeting.
This course covers safety, the basics of electrical and mechanical features of electric arc furnaces, refractories, and the role of raw materials.
A technical look at rolling forces will increase one’s understanding of torque and how it relates to mill rolling equipment.
The course covers fundamentals, equipment, rolling theory, control, threading, rolls, lubrication, measurement, safety and new technology.
The intent of this conference is to educate and inform on the various components and systems available, making organizational discussions less stressful and implementation more seamless.
AIST’s Ironmaking Technology Committee has formed a subcommittee to focus on the emerging market and technological trends for DRI and HBI products.
Located near San Nicolás, Argentina, Ternium Siderar’s hot rolling mill began rolling in June 1962, producing 173 metric tons/year. Actual production capacity is now more than 2.8 million metric tons/year through successive modifications, including additional reheating furnaces, roughing and finishing mill motors, an additional hydraulic coiler and various upgrades on its control system.