27. August 2018 - 30. August 2018
Practical and Scientific Approaches
This Continuous Casting Course is prepared to train persons in continuous casting of steel. In half a week the essential topics of CC are explained in detail. The lectures are supported by exercises to intensify learning.
The course is suitable to give an overview to newcomers and to train operating engineers in theoretical fundamentals. Also within the group many possibilities of fruitful discussions are given and realised.
University Professor Dr.-Ing. Klaus Schwerdtfeger, TU Clausthal University.
University Professor Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Dieter Senk, RWTH Aachen
Introduction to Metallurgy of Solidification / Technology of CC of Steel / Cooling Systems / Strand Guiding / Mechanical Stress / Heat Transfer in CC / Development of As-Cast Structure / Fluid Flow in Mold and SEN / Performance of Casting Flux in the Mold / Surface Defects / Coupling of Casting and Rolling
- EUR 1.470,00 (EUR 1.190,00 registration fee VAT-free plus EUR 280,00 conference package)
- EUR 1.270,00* (EUR 990,00* registration fee VAT-free plus EUR 280,00 conference package)
* for employees of member companies and individual members of the Steel Institute VDEh. The conference package includes food and beverages during the seminar.
A free withdrawal from the seminar is possible until two weeks prior to the start. Then, 25% of the seminar fee must be paid. The total registration amount will be charged for no show or cancellation from the first day of the event. The participant resp. his company also has to bear the cancellation costs of the seminar hotel.
50676 Cologne, GERMANY
Once we have confirmed your place on the seminar the Steel Academy will automatically make
a room booking for the participants at the art’otel Cologne from 28 August to 31 August 2017 for a special rate of EUR 101,00/night incl. breakfast. The hotel room bill will be settled by you upon departure. Please advice at registration, if you do not need a reservation or whether you would like to stay longer in the hotel.
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