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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Ferrous Metallurgy
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy — Processing, Products & Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Siddhartha Biswas, Big River Steel
Daniel S. Baker, General Motors Corporation
Lijia Zhao, Northeastern University
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 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings

A Rapid CCT Predictor for Low Alloys Steels and its Application to Compositionally Heterogeneous Material
Adapting HSLA-100 to Thick-Section Forgings
Characterization of Ductility Limiting Precipitation at High Temperatures in HSLA steels
Dielectric Behavior of Steel and Its Application in Structural Self-powering
Effect of Leaching Process Variables on the Reaction Kinetics of Pyrite Using Surface Response Methodology
Effects of Cyclic Intercritical Annealing on Retained Austenite in Medium Manganese Steels
Evaluation of Martensite Transformation Temperatures Using Magnetometry
F-4: Simulation Study on the Influence of Magnesia-carbon Material Embedded in Electrode on the Current Distribution and Temperature Distribution
F-5: Obtaining a Dual-phase Steel by Hot Rolling from a Chemically Modified Commercial Steel
Flow Optimization for Steel Refining Process in an EAF
Further Analysis of the Relationship between Precipitate Formation and a Loss of Hot Ductility in Two Microalloyed Steels
In-situ Laser Confocal Microscopic Analysis of Phase Transformations in Cr-Ni-Mo and Cr-Mo High-strength Steels Coupled with Dilatometric Study
Mechanical Behavior and Plasticity Mechanisms of Ultrahigh Strength-high Ductility 1 GPa Low Density Austenitic Steel with Ordered Precipitation Strengthening Phase
Modelling of Accelerated Runout Table Cooling of Thicker Gauge Steel Products
Relationship between Hardness Distribution and Microstructure Formation Process during Martensitic Transformation in Steels
Rigorous, Machine-Learning based Classification of Steel Microstructures Using EBSD
Stereological Analysis for Microstructure Quantification in Advanced High Strength Steels
Structure-property Relationship of High Mn Steel and Bi-metallic Hammers for Clinker Crusher Application

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