The MOLTEN 2021 conference aims to provide opportunities for researchers and engineers from around the world to present their works and share their ideas in the field of Molten Slags, Fluxes, and Salts. Significant advancements in all aspects of research, development, and applications shall be covered within technical presentations and posters.
Another aim of the conference is to enhance the relationships between member societies and provide a venue for friends and colleagues to share common goals of research, development, and application in this important field of materials. Regardless of the field of ferrous and non-ferrous communities, environment, or energy, we hope that researchers can discuss opportunities for the present and future.
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Thermo-Calc Software will be giving two presentations at this event. We hope you will looke them up.
Thermo-Calc’s TCOX10 database & Process Metallurgy Module
Authors: A. Nicholas Grundy, Lina KJellqvist, Rui Zhang, Qing Chen, Ralf Rettig, Johan Jeppsson, Johan Bratberg Presentation ID: P-0534
Group: Ferrous slags 11-3, steelmaking-3: secondary refining and steel quality
What If the Materials Data You Need Doesn’t Exist
Authors: A. Nicholas Grundy, Lina KJellqvist, Rui Zhang, Qing Chen, Ralf Rettig, Johan Jeppsson, Johan Bratberg Presentation ID: P-1173
Group: Poster Presentation
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