Since it was relaunched by the Institute of Materials in 1996, Steel World has been substantially expanded to meet the needs of a fast evolving steel industry world-wide. It includes sections on technology, business, company profiles, new products, conferences, regional reports, forthcoming events and technical forecasts. Expert specialists provide insights into the traditional and innovative technologies that make up the modern iron and steel community. Subjects covered in recent issues: Advanced coking process at Raahe Steel; The CONSTEEL process: economic and production benefits of the continuous operation of an electric furnace; Recent developments in roll cladding materials and techniques for arc welding; Steel - the automotive material of the future; Sirius: non-contact one dimensional measurement of hot and cold profiles and bars; Annealing technologies for cold rolled flat steel products: a technical assessment; VAI technologies for scrap substitutes; Advances in material technology for critical nuclear pressure vessel components; Reduction of operating costs in wire rod and bar mills with RSB technology. Discontinued - now incorporated with Ironmaking & Steelmaking.
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