MSO for steel production and manufacturing

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Hömberg, TU Berlin

16 May 2019, 16:15–17:45; Location: S2|17-103

In my presentation I will discuss some results from the European Industrial Doctorate project "MIMESIS – Mathematics and Materials Science for steel production and manufacturing”. The last fifteen years have seen the development of ever more refined high-strength and multiphase steels with purpose designed chemical compositions allowing for significant weight reduction, e.g., in automotive industry. The production of these modern steel grades needs a precise process control, since there is only a narrow process window available in which the desired physical properties are defined. In combination with component walls getting thinner and thinner these new steels make also new demands on a more precise process control in metal manufacturing processes, such as welding and hardening.

In my presentation I will focus on three case studies highlighting MSO strategies related to induction heating applications,

  • multi-frequency induction hardening
  • high-frequency induction tube welding
  • flame cutting of steel plates.
Category: CE Seminar


Technische Universität Darmstadt

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