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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.
A two-day program highlighting important issues for today’s steel industry, including transforming iron production, European steel markets and environmental and climate affairs. The AIST Italy Steel Forum will also include a moderated forum with industry leading executives.
This seminar will provide attendees with a broad understanding of the role of pipe and tube in the growing energy markets.
Hands-on instruction, tools, and the best available technologies for mechanical, electrical, lubrication, hydraulics, and management system maintenance.
This course provides essential knowledge to those who need to understand more about the technical aspects of steel manufacturing, properties and applications.
Since ongoing refractory maintenance is vital to both productivity and safety in a meltshop, it is important for those involved to have a thorough understanding of the basic concepts of refractory system design.
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AIST’s Ironmaking Technology Committee has formed a subcommittee to focus on the emerging market and technological trends for DRI and HBI products.
A bottom pinch roll from SSAB is resurfaced with strip cladding at SMS Millcraft’s Hogansville, Ga., service facility. Depositing a strip up to 60 mm wide, SMS Millcraft’s Electro-Slag Welding (ESW) process provides a hardfaced surface with an extremely homogeneous overlay chemistry and hardness. As a result, rolls clad with this process have better wear profiles, longer service lives and longer runs between regrinds.