Steel making

Goals: acquiring knowledge on making steel and ferroalloys, i.e. chemical composition and properties of steel and its applications. Students learn about raw materials such as pig iron, scrap iron and metalised pellets and auxiliary agents used for quality steel making. The course is based on theoretical knowledge acquired through other core courses and partial knowledge on the processes that are then integrated into the technological process for making steel. Students develop appropriate attitudes towards materials and raw materials, energy saving and environmental protection problems. Students learn various methods of making steel and alloys, from non-alloying to high alloying methods and methods of casting using different procedures including continuous casting and near net shape forming. Students acquire knowledge about process management and planning production.

Materials engineering (UN)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
1355

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
45030075

Staff

Teacher
Assistant
Technician

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