Special Issue "Modern Steels and Iron Alloys 2018"
A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2018).
Interests: phase transformations in steels; nanostructured steels; TRIP steels; modern multiphase steels; new heat treatment technologies
Interests: phase transformations in cast irons; ADI; new heat treatment technologies; investment casting; percolation theory
On 26–29 June, 2018, in Warsaw, Poland, we will hold the 3rd International Scientific Conference: Modern Steels and Iron Alloys—MSIA’2018. The conference is organized by the Warsaw University of Technology.
The conference is devoted to new achievements in the field of AHS Steels, including nanostructured, CP and TRIP steels, as well as modern ADI grades and nanostructured cast iron alloys. New methods of heat treatment, thermomechanical treatment, and processes combining heat treatment and surface engineering, based on phase transformation investigations, will also be presented. Special attention will be paid to quenching distortion phenomena. Another important topic of the conference will concern the practical applications of modern steels and cast iron, as well as new welding technologies.
The invited speakers, who will present their research, are the best experts on the subject of nanostructured steels, phase and microstructural transformations and modern heat treatment methods of steels.
The organizers hope that the presented papers will gave a good picture of the current state of research in the field of modern steel structure, properties, as well as innovative heat treatments. The directions in which steel and iron alloy development will evolve, will also be presented.
It is expected that representatives from the metallurgy, machine and automotive industries, as well as manufacturers of technological devices, will also attend the conference. The conference will act as a platform for the establishment of new contacts between scientists and entrepreneurs. Such a meeting will foster a greater exchange of knowledge between academic centers and partners from the industry sector.
The research papers presented at the conference will be published in a Special Issue of Metals.
More information about MSIA’2018 can be found on the following website: www.nanostal.eu/msia2018
Prof. Wiesław Świątnicki
Prof. Dawid Myszka
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- Phase Transformations in Steels
- AHSS Steels
- TRIP Steels
- Nanostructured Steels
- Cast Iron Alloys
- Austempered Ductile Iron
- Heat Treatment
- Thermochemical Treatment
- Quenching Distortion