2018 - 1st Postgraduate Research Symposium on Ferrous Metallurgy

Tuesday 27th February 2018

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Keynote Speaker

Bimlendra Jha, Tata Steel

Bimlendra Jha, Tata Steel

2018 Papers

Best Paper Winner

2018 Paper Winner - Faris Karouni, University of Sheffield

Faris Karouni, University of Sheffield
Simulation of hydrogen removal in the vacuum arc degasser

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Best Paper Runner Up

2018 paper Runner Up - Callum Gallagher, Swansea University

Callum Gallagher, Swansea University
In-situ time-lapse microscopy to elucidate the corrosion mechanism of Zn³.8wt.%Al galvanising metallic coating; surface and cut-edge

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Best Paper Runner Up

2018 Paper Runner Up - Rebecca Bolton, Swansea University

Rebecca Bolton, Swansea University
SVET-LI: A novel combination of scanning vibrating electrode technique and time-lapse imaging for studying the localised corrosion of sacrificial zinc coatings.

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Full List of 2018 papers

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  1. Correlative study of static recrystallization, precipitation and recrystallized texture in cold rolled microalloyed steel
    Ishwar Kapoor, University of Warwick
  2. Recrystallisation kinetics of plain carbon steels containing dilute niobium additions
    Bhushan Rakshe, University of Sheffield
  3. In-situ time-lapse microscopy to elucidate the corrosion mechanism of Zn-4.8wt.%Al galvanising metallic coating; surface and cut-edge
    Callum Gallagher, Swansea University
  4. Damage evolution during the plastic deformation of nanostructured steel
    Gebril el Fallah, University of Cambridge
  5. Simulation of hydrogen removal in the vacuum arc degasser
    Faris Karouni, University of Sheffield
  6. Novel techniques for controlling heat transfer in a continuous casting mould
    Dr Adam Hunt, Materials Processing Institute
  7. Simulating physical vapour deposition on steel substrate using the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) method
    Samuel Minshell, Swansea University
  8. Modelling microstructural alterations under rolling contact fatigue and design of fatigue resistant bearing steels
    Hanwei Fu, Lancaster University
  9. SvET-TLI: a novel combination of scanning vibrating electrode technique and time-lapse imaging for studying the localised corrosion of sacrificial zinc coatings
    Rebecca Bolton, Swansea University
  10. Non-destructive prediction of tensile strength by using an EM sensor
    Mohsen Aghadavoudi Jolfaei, University of Warwick
  11. Effect of hydrogen charging on dislocation multiplication in super duplex stainless steel
    Xingzhong Liang, University of Leicester

2018 Posters

Best Poster Winner

2018 Poster Winner - Benjamin Jones, University of Sheffield

Benjamin Jones, University of Sheffield
Influence of composition and processing on strain ageing in high strength pearlitic wires

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  1. Functionally graded components for nuclear applications
    Emmanouil Stavroulakis, University of Manchester
  2. Inspection of as cast steel slabs using EMAT arrays
    Jozef Tkocz, University of Warwick
  3. Mitigation of high temperature hydrogen attack
    Mohammed Alshahrani, University of Cambridge
  4. The effects of coal particle swelling during blast furnace coal injection
    Ian Moore, Materials Processing Institute
  5. Welding of carbide free bainitic steels for the railway industry
    Marta Muniz-Mangas, University of Sheffield
  6. Influence of composition and processing on strain ageing in high strength pearlitic wires
    Benjamin Jones, University of Sheffield
  7. Application of non-spherical discrete element methods to the blast furnace
    Alex Carr, Swansea University

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6th Postgraduate Research Symposium on Ferrous Metallurgy 2023

Date: Tuesday 28th February 2023

Time: 9:30am - 6:30pm

Location: Armourers' Hall, Armourers & Brasiers' Company, 81 Coleman Street, London EC2R 5BJ