AISTech 2021 — The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition has been rescheduled for 29 June–1 July 2021 in Nashville, Tenn., USA.
AIST continues to bring together industry experts to discuss topics and events impacting the steel community through virtual webinars.
Our webinars are FREE to AIST members, so take advantage and register for one today.
Take charge of your career by joining AIST’s unique global network of steel industry professionals. Hundreds of educational resources and networking opportunities are provided to help individuals reach professional and corporate goals.
Our spring conferences will be comprised of Technology Training programs that address specific process, engineering, equipment and reliability technologies associated with the global iron and steel industry. No matter your current situation or geographic location, attendees will be given the opportunity to develop knowledge in person OR tune in virtually and learn via Zoom.
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This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of hot rolling steel strip and plate.
Production and use of DRI in North America is increasing with the reduced price of natural gas due to advances in drilling technology.
The seminar will contain both theoretical presentations and real-world case studies from long products producers in North America.
Digital Transformation is a critical component for steel companies’ future success. It is a broad concept with the potential to influence all aspects of the steelmaking process.
Covers safety, the basics of electrical and mechanical features of electric arc furnaces, refractories, and the role of raw materials.
Hands-on instruction, tools, and the best technologies for mechanical, electrical, lubrication, hydraulics, management system maintenance and reliability solutions.
It's an understatement to say that 2020 was not the year that we were expecting. The iron and steel industry is known for turning challenges into opportunities, though, and thanks to the support of our members, AIST was able to adapt and continue to provide resources to help advance steelmaking all over the world.
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Electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmaking utilizes electrical energy to melt a heat of steel. The process charges recycled steel scrap into the furnace which is then heated by electric arcs, melting the scrap into liquid steel. The addition of a new state-of-the-art EAF to U. S. Steel’s operating footprint represents a key achievement in the company’s customer-centric “Best of Both” world-competitive integrated and mini-mill technology strategy. With steelmaking, pipe fabrication and threading capabilities in a single location, customers will gain increased supply reliability and service, while U. S. Steel creates a lean, sustainable, self-contained supply chain for itself.