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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Materials Processing Fundamentals: Iron and Steel Production
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Process Technology and Modeling Committee
Organizer(s) Samuel Wagstaff, Oculatus Consulting
Alexandra E. Anderson, Gopher Resource
Chukwunwike Iloeje, Argonne National Laboratory
Adrian S. Sabau, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Scope This symposium is dedicated to materials processing including: synthesis, analysis, design, monitoring, and control of metals, materials, and metallurgical processes and phenomena. This symposium is cross-functional in nature and is open to all materials and their relevant synthesis and production processes. At TMS 2024 a particular focus will be placed on the fundamentals of iron and steel production including ladle processing, casting, rolling, forging, and subsequent surface treatments. Typically dedicated to the fundamental understanding of materials manufacturing processes, this symposium is also dedicated to advances which increase efficiency, yield, or environmental friendliness of said processes. As non-limiting examples subjects might include:

* Use of Artificial Intelligence or Big Data in the control or optimization of industrial processes.
* Modelling or optimization of recycle streams and scrap loops.
* Measurement and control of process parameters
* Modeling transport phenomena in materials processing and metallurgical processes involving iron, steel, nonferrous metals, and composites.
* Thermodynamics, kinetics, and physical chemistry of materials processes and modelling thereof.

Materials processing abstracts on topics other than iron and steel may be considered for presentation.

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A Novel Electrode Model for Søderberg Electrodes
Analysis and Optimization Suggestions of Media-Carbon Microalloyed Steel Nozzle Clogging
Analysis of the Causes of Drilling Cracks in Free-cutting Silver Bright Rods
Chromium-Nickel-Molybdenum Ferroalloys for Stainless Steel Production via Sulfide Chemistry
Density Functional Theory (DFT)Simulation of Micro Surface Properties of FeO
Effect of Heating Rate on the Production of Iron Nugget from Off-grade Iron Ore Fines
Effect of Super-gravity Field on the Purification and Solidification Structure of Oxygen Free Copper (OFC)
Influence of High Magnetic Fields on Diffusion of C in Fe for Energy-efficient Processing of Steel
Influence of TiO2 and V2O3 on the Viscosity and Flow Behaviour of Iron Making Slag
Low Carbon Smelting Practice of Large Blast Furnaces by Using of High Pellet Ratio
Modification and Evaluation of Desulfurization and Denitrification of 360m2 Sintering Machine in Shougang Qian’an Company
Numerical Simulation of Slag-iron Flow in Simple Coke Bed
Optimization of Submerged Nozzle and Chamfer Design in the Mold of Bloom Continuous Casting Process Using Numerical Simulation
Production of Soft Magnetic Composites Using Cold Sintering Technique for Metals
Removing the Inclusions in Four-strand Asymmetrical Tundish by Using a Crutch-shaped Baffle
Research and Practice on the Technology of Ultra-thick Bed Sintering of Iron Ore in Shougang Jingtang Sintering Plant
Simulation on the Melting Behavior of Steel Scrap in a Converter with Top-bottom Combined Blowing
Study on the Key Technology of Preparing Vanadium Base Alloy for Nuclear Power
Study on the Phase Transformation Mechanism of Continuous Casting Mold Flux Controlled by Electric Pulse
The Behavior of Fine Dust from Materials Processing under the Acoustic Field
Thermodynamic Properties of Sulfur in the CaO-AlO1.5-LaO1.5-CeO1.5 System
Thermodynamic Properties of Zn-Al-Mg-, Mg-Al- and Al-Si-based Eutectic Alloys for Latent Heat Storage
Utilizing Hybrid Hot-Wire Laser DED to Repair Fractured Surfaces of H-13 Tool Steel

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