The AISTech 2018 Conference Proceedings contain papers from the technical sessions at steel’s premier event of 2018. These papers offer a wide range of technological advances in the iron and steel industry, including everything from coke production to continuous casting to sensors and automation.
This conference was co-sponsored by AIST and the Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center (ASPPRC) at the Colorado School of Mines. Topics include: microalloying-related advancements for automotive bar and forgings, heavy section structural beams, steels with improved machinability and other performance attributes, fundamental metallurgical and microstructural developments and process concepts, including a variety of thermomechanical processing aspects.
This collection of international papers from AIST's 2nd International Symposium on Recent Developments in Plate Steels, held in June 2018 in Orlando, FL, USA, highlights the metallurgical advancements in steel plate production, testing and application. The symposium gathers advanced, research-based papers by leading experts addressing plate production processes including steelmaking and casting, hot rolling, accelerated cooling and direct quenching, as well as the latest testing techniques for various plate grades.
The AISTech 2015 Conference Proceedings USB drive contains papers from the technical sessions at steel's premier event of 2015. These papers offer a wide range of technological advances in the iron and steel industry, including everything from coke production to continuous casting to sensors and automation.
The proceedings from the International Conference on Advances in Metallurgy of Long and Forged Products held in 2015 contain papers highlighting the advances in the physical, mechanical, and product metallurgy of bars, tubes and forgings. Topics include new developments in areas such as alloy design, thermal or thermomechanical processing, microstructure control during steel manufacturing or heat treatment, and other aspects of physical and/or mechanical metallurgy affecting the manufacture of raw materials.
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.
Advanced high-strength sheet steels (AHSS) are of increasing importance, particularly to the automotive industry, where their application enables reduced fuel consumption while guaranteeing passive safety. The proceedings from the International Symposium on New Developments in Advanced High-Strength Sheet Steels brings together the state-of-the-art research and development pertaining to AHSS. Topics include the latest developments in dual-phase, transformation-induced plasticity, martensitic, quenched and partitioned, medium-manganese steels, other third-generation AHSS concepts and hot-stamped steels, along with recent experiences with industrial implementation and end-user application performance.
The complete proceedings from the 2016 Materials Science and Technology Conference available on one searchable CD-ROM. Included are manuscripts from symposia in diverse themes: iron and steel, biomaterials, ceramic and glass materials, electronic and magnetic materials, energy issues, fundamentals and characterization, green manufacturing and sustainability, materials-environment interactions, nanomaterials, processing and product manufacturing, and surface modification.
The 6th International Conference on Hot Sheet Metal Forming of High-Performance Steel (CHS2 2017) Proceedings contain papers from the technical sessions at the leading platform for scientific exchange in press hardening steel (PHS) and related technologies. Topics like tailored properties, microstructure, material and product performance, new surface coatings and new steels for press hardening, as well as pertinent tribological aspects are featured as well as thermal processing, monitoring, modeling, simulation and, of course, new PHS part innovations and design principles.
The 10th International Congress on Zinc and Zinc AlloyCoated Steel Sheet (Galvatech 2015) Proceedings contain papers from thetechnical sessions at the premier international forum for the presentation anddiscussion of new and emerging technologies for processing and performance ofzinc-coated steel sheet. These papers focus on coating line technology, theperformance of coated steel sheets and the future direction of the galvanizingindustry.
A 3-volume book set with nearly 400 papers from the technical sessions from AISTech 2017 - the Iron & Steel Conference and Exposition. The papers offer a wide range of technological advances, current practices and future improvements in the iron and steel industry, including all facets of the steel industry from raw materials to transporting finished products, and all including everything in between.
The AISTech 2016 Conference Proceedings 3-volume bookset contains papers from the technical sessions at steel's premier event of 2016. These papers offer a wide range of technological advances in the iron and steel industry, including everything from coke production to continuous casting to sensors and automation.
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.