Continuous Casting Technology Committee
MISSION: To provide a forum on continuous casting to learn about new and current technologies, discuss safe operational and maintenance practices, as well as network with industry professionals of all disciplines.
AIST Staff Engineer
Nucor Steel-South Carolina
ArcelorMittal Global R & D - East Chicago
06 May 2019
David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Room 325, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Anna Voss +1.724.814.3097
21 October 2019
Holiday Inn Downtown Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
Jessica Yurko +1.724.814.3070
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Continuous Casting Best Paper Award
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2015 Germany Caster Study Tour
On Sunday, 8 November, the participants met in Frankfurt to begin their journey, which included visits to six steelmaking facilities, one conference, a technical exchange with the VDEh Steelmaking Committee and a visit to an OEM supplier.
2017 Japan Caster Study Tour
AIST and ISIJ, with their affiliated continuous casting technology committees, worked together to prepare a study tour in Japan for the end of 2017. The tour included a mix of flat and long product steel producers and plants using steel produced with the EAF as well as the BOF manufacturing processes.
2018 ISIJ NA Caster Study Tour
In July, AIST welcomed 16 representatives of the Japanese steel industry to the United States. The visit was a study tour of casting facilities at eight North American steel mills. The delegates are all members of the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (ISIJ). Also in attendance, to lend his expertise, was Ronald J. O’Malley, AIST vice president and F. Kenneth Iverson Chair, professor and director, Peaslee Steel Manufacturing Research Center at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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