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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Ferrous Metallurgy
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy—Processing, Products and Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Daniel S. Baker, General Motors Corporation
Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines
Kishlay Mishra, Nucor Castrip Arkansas LLC
Lijia Zhao, ArcelorMittal Global R&D
Scope This Symposium will focus on recent achievements in steel development, production, and post-processing, along with perspectives for steel application. The steel industry has been making a sustained effort to innovate and create advanced steels and production methods to fulfill the needs of modern technological progress for requiring continuous demand for property enhancement. There are a number of existing strategies that are being pursued towards this goal in areas such as automotive sheet steel, pipe and tubular products, wear plate, and forged products. In addition to existing and emerging strategies for microstructural and metallurgical design (including alloying and processing, microstructural design, microstructure/processing/property correlation), this symposium will include recent developments in steel characterization methods, simulation, and modeling of metallurgical phenomena. It is expected that all forms of steel products from sheet, plate, long products, and finished components will all be addressed. The goal is to educate, inform, and accelerate the development and acceptance of new concepts and methodologies in steel design, development, and implementation enabled through novel routes toward steel processing, production, microstructural characterization, and testing.

Proposed theme areas include but not limited to:

- Emerging technologies, challenges, and opportunities
- Liquid and solid steel product metallurgy
- Advanced steel characterization methods
- Simulations and modeling of metallurgical phenomena and technological processing
- Novel property combinations
- Innovations in steel products and applications

Abstracts Due 04/15/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D Non-destructive Characterization of Texture Evolution in Electrical Steels with Lab-based Diffraction Contrast Tomography
Cost Modeling and Life Cycle Analysis of Low-Emissions Iron Production
Development of Fine Grained Steel for Cold Heading Application
Effect of Alloying Content on Fractional Softening Behavior and Microstructural Evolution During Double-twist Torsion Testing of Microalloyed Steels
Effect of CO2 Injection into Blast Furnace Tuyeres on Smelting Parameters
Evaluation of Different Austenitization Sub-Models for 22MnB5 Steel Using Bayesian Model Selection Technique
High Strength Low Alloy Steels strengthened by Heusler precipitates
Hole Expansion Performance of Three High Strength Steels: Observation of Room Temperature Strain Ageing Phenomena
Impact of Alloy Composition on the Hot Ductility of Steel during Continuous Casting
New Roll Alloys Concepts Using in Finishing Stands of Rebar Rolling
Radiative Properties of Al-Si Coated 22MnB5 Steel
Reducing the Effects of Texture on Phase Fraction Measurement of Retained Austenite Using X-ray Diffraction
Research on the Phosphate Capacity of CaO-FeO-MgO-SiO2-MnO-TiO2-V2O5-P2O5 Slags
Structure Optimizations of Submerged Entry Nozzle in a Steel Slab Continuous Casting Mold
Studying Processing – Microstructure – Mechanical Property Correlation in a Multi-phase Advanced High Strength Steel
The Effect of Energy-power Parameters of Hot Rolling on Structure and Properties of Low Alloyed Steels
The Effect of Jaw Plate Sectional Thickness on the Microstructure and Hardness of Hardfield Austenitic Manganese Steel for Quarry Application
The Study and Optimization of Calcium Flux for Self-fluxed Pellets
Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Coke Breeze Combustion Under Different Oxygen Content in Sintering Process


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