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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy — Processing, Products & Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Joseph R. McDermid, McMaster University
Daniel S. Baker, LIFT
Scope The scope of this symposium includes recent advances in processing of sheet steel related to the application of zinc and zinc alloy coatings and also the processing of zinc or zinc alloy coated sheet steel during later fabrication steps, in particular hot press forming, together with the effect of processing on properties, including liquid metal assisted cracking (LMAC) phenomena related to fusion welding. Topics of special interest include the effects of these processes on the development of steel microstructures and consequent effects on properties, internal and external oxidation phenomena occuring during processing including effects on development of the zinc coating, advances in zinc coating control, galvannealing, and hot press forming processing. Properties of interest include formability, weldability, corrosion resistance and mechanical properties under both static and dynamic tensile and shear conditions of zinc and zinc alloy coated sheet steels.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022

Alleviation of Zn-assisted Liquid Metal Embrittlement in Austenitic-TWIP/martensitic-HSLA Steel Multi-layered Sheet Additively Manufactured by Directed Energy Deposition
An Exploration of a Neural Network Approach for the On-line Prediction of Steel Strip Radiative Properties
Leaching Zinc Ions from Industrial Waste Ashes a Kinetic Study and Development of a Semi-empirical Model.
Microstructure Evolution during Early Stages of Liquid Metal Embrittlement in an Advanced High-strength-steel
The Interaction between Mn and Sn and Its Effects on the Selective Oxidation of Advanced High Strength Steels
Zinc Coatings and Their Control Using the New Integrated Indicator ECP-Zn

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