Designed to impart experience-based techniques and repair
criteria for cranes, runways and associated components to newer entrants to the
crane community, the AIST Overhead Crane Maintenance, Inspection &
Repair Handbook contains best practices to improve your crane safety and
reliability while minimizing downtime and expense.
The 2018 edition of AIST Specification for Electrical Overhead Traveling Cranes for
Steel Mill Service (Technical Report No. 6) is the 10th revision since the
first AISEE General Crane Specification was published in 1910. Authored by
crane owners, engineers, manufacturers and equipment suppliers, the
consensus-derived technical report outlines experience-proven best practices,
maintenance friendly designs, and flexible and practical options for crane
applications in the steel mill and related facilities. Since its most recent
update in 2005, TR-06 has gained wider acceptance in environments that demand
overhead cranes operate in difficult conditions, including contributors and
users from not just the steel industry, but also aluminum, shipping, and the military,
This USB contains technical papers presented at AISTech 2019, 6-9 May 2019, in Pittsburgh, Pa., USA. The technical papers cover all aspects of the steelmaking process, from raw materials to finished products and with a special focus on digital transformation.
The role of modeling and simulation of metallurgicalprocesses is increasingly important in advanced steel manufacturing and digitaltransformation. The 8th International Conference on Modeling and Simulation ofMetallurgical Processes in Steelmaking (STEELSIM 2019), held 13-15 August 2019in Toronto, Ont., Canada, brings together the international community tohighlight state-of-the-art research and development pertinent to modeling andsimulation for steel manufacturing. STEELSIM is a serial internationalconference that has been held every two years in different countries since2005.
Vladimir Ginzburg and Naum Kaplan
Vladimir Ginzburg and Naum KaplanFollowing a long tradition of providing information related to the latest technology used in the making and processing of steel, this book describes processes, equipment and technologies utilized in the production of hot-rolled flat products. Both plant and design engineers as well as researchers of the steel industry will be able to use this information for evaluating possible solutions for modernization of existing plants and developing new solutions for both designing new facilities and modernizing existing ones. The book may assist university professors and lecturers in presenting major technologies for the steel industry to their students.
This three-volume book set contains technical papers presented at AISTech 2019, 6-9 May 2019, in Pittsburgh, Pa., USA. The technical papers cover all aspects of the steelmaking process, from raw materials to finished products and with a special focus on digital transformation.