Materials Technology Day

Sustainable Steel

14 oktober 2021 14:00 t/m 17:00 - Locatie: Online

Steel is all around us. Steel is in our cars, trains, bridges, houses, food and drink packages and in many more products. Our society cannot do without steel. At the same time, the current production method of steel leads to pollutions, in particular significant global warming gases to the environment. For a better future of our society, steel has to be made in a cleaner and more sustainable manner. Sustainable and “green” steel will not harm our environment and benefits our society at large. During this year’s Materials and Technology Day we will review the challenges ahead from different perspectives. We consider practical innovations needed and the directions required of our combined efforts to green steel.

 

Program
 

14.00 – 14.10               TU Delft/MSE, Prof.ir. Joris Dik
                                      Welcome and short introduction on Sustainable Steel      

 

14.10 – 14.30               Leiden University, Faculty of Archaeology, Dr. Maikel Kuijpers
                                     From ancient steel to sustainable steel: a materials history in15 minutes                
 

14:30 – 15:00               TU Delft/MSE, Dr.ir. Erik Offerman
                                     Automotive steel: doing more with less

Break
 

15.10 – 15.40               TU Delft/MSE, Dr. ir. Yongxiang Yang
                                     Scientific and technology challenges for making “green” steel
 

15.40 – 16.10               Tata Steel, Dr. Tim Peeters
                                     Sustainable steel: technology developments from the  perspective of Tata Steel
 

16.10 – 16.40               SKF, Dr.ir. Erik Vegter
                                     Bearing steel for sustainable applications

 

End of the Materials Technology Event 2021

 

image: Salzgitter AG

For participation please register with via Ellen Vendrig: e.m.m.vendrig@tudelft.nl
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