What the course covers
The course covers how we can adopt a clean steel practice throughout the process. It discusses how both good surface and internal quality and low hydrogen levels are all important demands to meet particularly stringent customer specifications and how these can be achieved. It covers in detail how the risk of hydrogen cracking - one of the major problems in rail steels - can be minimised and avoided.
- Understanding how to achieve a clean steel through the steelmaking process
- Identifying and minimising the causes of internal and surface quality problems in the bloom and rail
- Understanding how to achieve low hydrogen levels through the steelmaking process to achieve reduced risks of rail hydrogen cracking
Who should access the course?
Practitioners in the steel industry, such as scientists, researchers, technologists, technology managers and operations and Operational oanagement. Those who are, or who aspire to be senior leaders within the steel industry or academia.
3 x 40 minute modules