The Advanced Steel Research Centre (ASRC) focuses on research to develop new and improved steels. Within the ASRC researchers work on physical-chemical topics relating to iron and steel manufacturing and usage tackling both fundamental and applied research, from steelmaking, through to production e.g. casting, forming, coating and joining, and product performance.
The team is currently engaged in a number of collaborative research projects including:
- Non-destructive evaluation of steel microstructures using electromagnetic sensors
- EM sensor modelling for prediction of phase transformation fractions
- Product uniformity control
- The role of annealing conditions on crack depth of Zinc-coated Boron Steels
- Simulation of the rapid solidification rates seen in thin slab and strip casting of steel
- Phase transformation and precipitation of carbides in duplex and austenitic steels
- Micro-alloyed high strength steel featuring non-metallic precipitate
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Doctoral Research Vacancies
The group is seeking PhD and EngD researchers within the area of Steels Processing. Please see the Research Degrees page for further details.
WMG's Steels Processing group has access to a wide variety of facilities and equipment.
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