Special Issue on manifold visualisation and simulation technologies for steel manufacturing published in Steel Research International.
Current research in the field of steel metallurgical engineering at University of Science and Technology, Beijing.
This Special Section covers various aspects of high manganese steels revealing the ongoing interest both in the application-focussed technological development as well as in the scientific interest in the various physical phenomena, characteristic for this fascinating group of materials.
Esteemed experts contributed review articles on modelling and simulation of blast furnace, electric arc furnace, decarbonisation processes, continuous casting, ingot casting, electro-slag remelting, and galvanizing operations.
In its 90th year of publication, steel research international welcomes you to look back on some important developments in the area of steel research as presented by authors from science and industry.
A proposal to extend the traditional two-dimensional material performance map to a multi-dimensional view incorporating local formability, such as hole expansion ratio or bending angle during the development of future automotive steel grades.
A perceptive review of progress observed in development of ferrous materials models for computational engineering applications is presented.
The energetic consequences of having iron, manganese or aluminum atoms sit at certain positions close to carbon are studied by performing first-principles quantum-chemical calculations.
This special issue of steel research international is dedicated to the 250th jubilee of the foundation of Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.
A simplified Q&P processing was designed in order to study the role of martensite fraction.
A test of whether stress states can be induced in a controlled manner in semi-finished tailored blanks manufactured by orbital cold-forming.
A selection of outstanding articles published in steel research international in the last twelve months.
The new alloying concept exhibits a phase transformation behavior that facilitates the adjustment of dual phase microstructure.