European Research of Secondary Metallurgy: with Emphasize on Connected Auxiliary Materials
During this lunch-to-lunch workshop, the past and present researches on the topic of secondary steelmaking will be presented. Presentations will be given by European experts including researchers from Swerea MEFOS.
DissTec – Valorisation and dissemination of technologies for measurement, modelling, and control in secondary metallurgy – is a continuation of the previous RFCS project VALEAF (Valorisation and dissemination of EAF technology) which focuses on disseminating the projects funded by RFCS on the subject of secondary metallurgy. Within the current project, results obtained in previous RFCS projects will be valorized and disseminated.
There have been significant numbers of research projects on secondary metallurgy technology within the RFCS programme over the past 25 years, aimed to improve the chain of process performance in terms of resource optimisation, productivity, flexibility and environmental impact. This effort contributed to the development of a number of models, technological solutions, and hardware and software tools. The objectives of DissTec are to promote the knowledge and various outputs derived from the European projects, clarify the efforts, obstacles and gains of the European industries and develop a road-map to promote the future research on the secondary metallurgy.
The workshop is intended for Swedish and European steel industry and research institutes.
Monday 22 May
13.00-13.30 Introduction (Swerea MEFOS)
13.30-14.00 Development of applied process metallurgy with respect to secondary refining (Pär Jönsson and Andrey Karasev, KTH)
14.00-14.30 Improved purging plugs performances and monitoring to improve availability and performance of the gas stirring (Birgit Palm, BFI)
15.00-15.30 Development of steel grade related slag systems with low reoxidation potential in ladle and optimised ladle glaze technique for improving steel cleanness (Mselly Nzotta, Uddeholms)
15.30-16.00 Resource-saving operation and control of stainless steel refining in VOD and AOD process (Mikael Ersson, KTH)
16.00-16.30 Grain size control in steel by means of dispersed non-metallic inclusions (Jesper Janis, Outokumpu Stainless)
After the end of the day and prior to dinner, UHT (Uvån Hagfors Teknologi AB) invites all conference delegates for refreshments at their office in Kista, Kistagången 2, opposite Kista Mässan. During the visit UHT will demonstrate their level 2 real-time process control system; UTCAS® as lately retrofitted at the AODs of BGH Siegen, Sandvik Kanthal and Outokumpu Avesta.
19.00 Dinner at FnB Market (the restaurant is located in Kista Galleria http://www.fnbmarket.se/en/)
Tuesday 23 May
09.00-09.30 Increased yield and enhanced steel quality by improved deslagging and slag conditioning (Lars-Erik From, Swerea MEFOS)
09.30-10.00 Enhanced steel ladle life and thermal state ladle monitoring by temperature measurements and numerical simulation of temperature and stresses (Birgit Palm, BFI)
10.30-11.00 Refractories in secondary metallurgical processes (Johan Björkvall, Swerea MEFOS)
11.00-11.30 Characterisation and optimisation of ladle stirring systems for the steelmaking industry (Jonas Alexis, Swerea MEFOS)
11.30-12.00 Concluding remarks (Swerea MEFOS)
Invitation and programme as pdf (331.85 KB)
Recommended hotels in the area
Memory Hotel, phone +46 (0)8-793 07 00
Victoria Tower, phone +46 (0)8-517 533 00
The Hub, phone +46 (0)8-750 56 00