Program of the 144th ISIJ Meeting (November 2-4, 2002)
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High Temperature Processes

Social Engineering of Iron and Steel Industry

Instrumentation, Control and System Engineering

Production and Utilization Technology

Microstructure and Properties of Materials

Process Evaluation and Material Characterization

Program of Discussion Session


Current Advance in Materials and Process, Vol.15 ,No.4

High Temperature Processes

  1. In-situ observation of carburization and melting of iron using high temperature X-ray diffractometry I.Seki··· 722
  2. Effect of oxygen partial pressure and Al2O3,MgO addition on liquidus of the CaO-SiO2-FeOx system H.Kimura··· 723
  3. Isothermal growth of liquid film around a bonding interface accompanied by mutual diffusion N.Ikeda··· 724
  4. Reduction of high density carbon composite briquet in molten slag T.Oue··· 725
  5. Effect of state of hematite crystal on the milling of hematite-graphite mixture Y.Kashiwaya··· 726
  6. Gas evolution during mechanical milling of hematite and graphite mixture and gas analysis during heating up reduction H.Suzuki··· 727
  7. The investigation of high voltage electron irradiation effect in wustite N.Ishikawa··· 728
  8. Measurement of the effective diffusivity of carbon composite briquette by the Wicke-Kallenbach method T.Maeda··· 729
  9. 9 Influence of pore diameter on reducibility of iron ore agglomerates A.Zulkhairi··· 730
  10. Reduction of sinter packed bed with H2-CO gas mixture Y.Goto··· 731
  11. Hydrogen recovery by reactions of carbonous materials in supercritical water along with CO2 fixation S.Hayashi··· 732
  12. Heat recovery of waste heat in steel making industry using chemical endothermic reaction N.Maruoka··· 733
  13. Characterization of the briquette prepared from electric arc furnace dust blended with quicklime
    (Development of the collecting dust recycling process on electric arc furnace-1) S.Kimura··· 734
  14. Effect of dust recycling on electric arc furnace steel making
    (Development of the collecting dust recycling process on electric arc furnace-2) K.Igarashi··· 735
  15. Behavior of components in dust and exhaust gas from sealed steelmaking electric arc furnace Y.Mizuno··· 736
  16. Formation of zinc oxychloride vapor S.Son··· 737
  17. Recovery of chromium from stainless slag and dust T.Nakasuga··· 738
  18. Distribution of the heavy metals between molten chloride and slag K.Fukuda··· 739
  19. Aluminum deoxidation equilibrium of molten Fe-Ni alloy T.Uenishi··· 740
  20. Thermodynamic reassessment of NaCl-ZnCl2 binary phase diagram A.Matsuzawa··· 741
  21. A thermochemical study of CaO-SiO2-Al2O3-MgO-FexO system T.Kishimoto··· 742
  22. Activities of iron in Cu-Fe alloys M.Hasegawa··· 743
  23. A thermochemical study of CaO-P2O5-FeO slags saturated with solid Ca3P2O8 M.Hasegawa··· 744
  24. Reaction between CaO-SiO2-Al2O3 slag and H2O+HCl gas mixture H.Toyota··· 745
  25. The effect of Al2O3 on the ash remelting process K.Iwasawa··· 746
  26. Thermodynamic modeling of the CaO-MnO-SiO2-Al2O3 system to predict inclusion behavior in Mn/Si deoxidized steel H.G.Lee··· 747
  27. Electrochemical and thermochemical reactions during the reduction of titanium dioxide in a CaCl2-CaO Melt P.Geay··· 748
  28. High speed casting mold for continuously cast billet T.Kanazawa··· 749
  29. Improvement in surface quality of billet in No.4CC at Kobe Works H.Tai··· 750
  30. Effect of pulsative imposition of AC electromagnetic field on surface layer defects of continuous cast billet K.Isobe··· 751
  31. Phase diagram of the Cuspidine(3CaO2SiO2CaF2)-NaF system H.Takahashi··· 752
  32. Effect of chemical state of F- ion on crystallization of the CaO-SiO2-CaF2-Na2O glasses T.Watanabe··· 753
  33. High speed casting technology for round billet caster A.Hirata··· 754
  34. Ultra clean bearing steel production technique at Mizushima Works H.Yamasaki··· 755
  35. Effect of cooling conditions on microstructure of as cast slab K.Tsutsumi··· 756
  36. Effects of heating rate and blend ratio on the fusibility of coal blends K.Masaki··· 757
  37. Influence of the gas kind and particle size on the reaction rate of graphite and bintyo char T.Iwabuchi··· 758
  38. Influence of polyethylene addition to coal on coke strength M.Fukuda··· 759
  39. Influence of CO2 reaction on permeability of coke bed H.Fujimoto··· 760
  40. Coke reaction degradation model H.Yamaoka··· 761
  41. 3D structure of the coke pore and the ratio of closed pore H.Takamaru··· 762
  42. Effect of coke pore structure on coke tumbler strength T.Yamamoto··· 763
  43. The factors governing coke pore distortion during carbonization S.Nomura··· 764
  44. Effect of waste plastics recycling technology using coke ovens on energy consumption K.Kato··· 765
  45. Influence of projection on side walls (Influence of unevenness of oven walls on discharging behavior-1) T.Nakagawa··· 766
  46. Introducing burnt gas circulation combustion system to Yawata No.4 coke oven S.Ikemoto··· 767
  47. Stable operation in Fukuyama No.3 and 4 coke oven at high working ratio M.Maruoka··· 768
  48. Recycling process of CFC-containing urethane foam by Thermo-bath T.Takaoka··· 769
  49. Numerical simulation on high-temperature furnace for melting municipal solid waste X.Liang··· 770
  50. Calculation of thermodynamic properties of polybrominated dibenzo-p-dioxins using molecular orbital method
    with density functional theory X.Li··· 771
  51. Granulation of blast furnace slag by rotary cup atomizers T.Mizuochi··· 772
  52. Grain size control of hard granulated blast furnace slag for fine aggregate H.Tobo··· 773
  53. Development on agricultural materialization of slag-1(Development of mutual problems between iron steel
    making and agriculture fishery industries-9) K.Fujiwara··· 774
  54. Evaluation of desulfurization flux in CaO-Al2O3-BaO-CeO2-MgO system E.Shibata··· 775
  55. Inclusions in SUS316L steel formed at dephosphorization process by calcium flux K.Sakuraya··· 776
  56. Development of CaF2 free refining technique on ladle furnace A.Noaki··· 777
  57. Water model experiments on removal of suspended particles from molten steel by attachment to bubbles A.Okayama··· 778
  58. Effect of initial oxygen content of molten steel on inclusion behavior T.Murai··· 779
  59. Effect of nozzle twisted lance on spitting behavior Y.Tago··· 780
  60. Increase in productivity at Fukuyama No.3 steelmaking shop T.Ikagawa··· 781
  61. Oxidation rate of MgO-C brick in CO2 and O2 gas Y.Ayabe··· 782
  62. Corrosion resistance of zirconium boride refractory H.Nakajima··· 783
  63. Effect of Na2O addition on the rate constant of CO-CO2 reaction with FetO-base slag H.Matsuura··· 784
  64. The surface structure correlations with wustite reduction mechanism S.Mohamed··· 785
  65. Effect of silicon on evaporation removal of copper in molten iron K.Taguchi··· 786
  66. Effects of process variables on ultrasonic degradation of chemical substance in waste water K.Kondo··· 787
  67. Fluid flow around two non-conducting particles in DC electromagnetic field and interaction between the particles N.Yoshikawa··· 788
  68. Electromagnetic separation of inclusion from liquid metal by imposition of high frequency magnetic field
    (Effect of initial imposition of ultrasonic vibration) K.Takahashi··· 789
  69. Control of solidified structure of Al alloy by using electromagnetic vibration T.Takagi··· 790
  70. Electromagnetic force acting on metal chip in traveling magnetic field S.Taniguchi··· 791
  71. Equations for accurate prediction of the viscosities of molten borosilicate slags and glasses Y.Kita··· 792
  72. Equation for accurate viscosity predictions of molten PbO-SiO2-CaO(CaO<5.3%) glasses T.Iida··· 793
  73. Accurate viscosity predictions of SiO2-Al2O3-CaO-MgO(CaO/SiO2<0.28) ferrochromium-making slags Y.Toda··· 794
  74. Equations for accurate viscosity predictions of magmatic silicate melts N.Sakamoto··· 795
  75. Equation for accurate viscosity predictions of molten waste disposal slags(including incineration ash and RDF slags) T.Iida··· 796
  76. Viscosities of CaO-Fe2O3-MxOy(MxOy=Al2O3,SiO2) slags N.Hori··· 797
  77. Viscosity behavior of molten Fe-Co binary alloy Y.Sato··· 798
  78. The role of F on structure of molten slags H.Urata··· 799
  79. Structural analysis of the slag by solid state multinuclear NMR K.Kanehashi··· 800
  80. Measurement of the density of liquid Ni-W alloy by a modified sessile drop method L.Fang··· 801
  81. The behavior of motion of dendritic inclusions S.Niwa··· 802
  82. Numerical modeling of fragmentation of columnar dendrite and remelting of equiaxed nuclei H.Harada··· 803
  83. Effects of immersion and vibration of several kinds of refractory K.Isobe··· 804
  84. Gravitational field as a tool for solidification control M.Kudoh··· 805
  85. Ultrasonic vibration as a tool for refinement of the solidification structure Y.Osawa··· 806
  86. Application of the simultanious imposition of static and alternative magnetic fields for solidification processing H.Yasuda··807
  87. Effect of intense electric field on the creation of metallic oxides T.Kozuka··· 808
  88. Interactions of inclusion with slag in steel refining process H.G.Lee··· 809
  89. Improvement on desulfurization efficiency of molten iron with magnesium vapor produced in-situ by aluminothermic reduction
    of magnesium oxide J.Yang··· 812
  90. Interfacial phenomena between gas,liquid iron and sold lime during desulfurization J.Lee··· 816
  91. Equilibrium relation of two liquid CaO-MgO-FetO-P2O5 slag phases saturated with (Mg,Fe)O T.Tamura··· 817
  92. Effects of Mn,Cu and Mo on the rate of nitrogen dissolution in molten iron H.Ono-Nakazato··· 821
  93. Grade transition during continuous casting J.K.Yoon··· 825
  94. The steel flow control system in caster mold by traveling magnetic field M.Nakada··· 829
  95. Electromagnetic casting for high quality of continuously cast steel M.Tani··· 831
  96. Flow control in continuous slab-casting mold by F index obtained through mathematical simulation X.Wang··· 835
  97. Development of swirling flow immersion nozzle for round billet and slab caster Y.Tsukaguchi··· 839
  98. Estimation of meniscus profile by mold temperature measurements in continuous casting of steel slabs A.Yamauchi··· 843
  99. Powder properties of Marra Mamba type fine ores(Characteristics of Marra Mamba type iron ore-2) Y.Hida··· 844
  100. Zone wise metallurgical characteristics of Marra Mamba type fine ores
    (Characteristics of Marra Mamba type iron ore-3) Y.Hida··· 845
  101. Estimation of magnetite content in laterite ore by magnetic measurements H.Purwanto··· 846
  102. Upgrading of laterite ore by magnetic separation H.Purwanto··· 847
  103. Adhesion behavior of fine particles during granulation of iron-ore sintering mixture. M.Nakano··· 848
  104. An experimental investigation of granulation behavior of iron ore fines in a commercial drum mixer Y.Watanabe··· 849
  105. Effect of limestone distribution in the quasi-particle on sinter quality N.Oyama··· 850
  106. Pallet width extension of Chiba No.4 sinter plant T.Kajinami··· 851
  107. Effect of paper sludge adding condition on permeability of ore bed
    (Development of new granulation method adding the paper sludge -2) T.Matsumura··· 852
  108. Improvement of pellets properties by porosity formation control using paper sludge k.Morioka··· 853
  109. Enhancement of sinter strength under the condition of high productivity and high ratio of pisolitic ores
    at Kimitsu Works Y.Tsubone··· 854
  110. Membership function concerning baking progress degree Y.Takano··· 855
  111. Simulation of dioxin formation patterns on sintering process J.Shibata··· 856
  112. Behavior of mixture of pulverized coal differs in properties K.Kunitomo··· 857
  113. Numerical analysis of effect of pulverized coal properties on combustion behavior
    (Analysis of combustion behavior of pulverized coal mixture and effect of coal brand-2) T.Nishimura··· 858
  114. Enhancement of combustion efficiency of agglomerated waste plastics injected into blast furnace R.Murai··· 859
  115. Numerical analysis on effect of humidified blasting on blast furnace operation M.Chu··· 860
  116. Conservation of coking coal and high rate of power generation in iron and steel works I.Ooka··· 861
  117. Effect of solution loss reaction on coke degradation under shear stress M.Takatoku··· 862
  118. Numerical analysis on effect of particle properties on static powder holdup in blast furnace S.Pintowantoro··· 863
  119. Behavior of MgO near raceway and dead man and its influence on desulfurization M.Ichida··· 864
  120. Estimation of liquid level shapes,residual amount of slag and metal in blast furnace hearth K.Nishioka··· 865
  121. High productivity and low fuel rate operation at Kimitsu No.3 blast furnace G.Tashiro··· 866
  122. Utilization of large amount of small sized sinter under the high pulverized coal injection T.Imaizumi··· 867
  123. Blow-in operation of Kokura No.2 blast furnace M.Mizuno··· 868
  124. Behavior of stress field in Kokura No.2 blast furnace during filling and blow-in T.Inada··· 869
  125. Revamping of Mizushima No.4 blast furnace S.Hirose··· 870
  126. Repair of dome connection pipe for hot stove M.Takeshita··· 871
  127. Deformation of imported silica bricks on high temperature A.Kasai··· 872
  128. Effect of hot metal temperature and rotation speed on the rate of desulfurization by mechanical stirring process
    (Establishment of high efficient hot metal pretreatment process-1) N.Kikuchi··· 873
  129. Construction of hot metal desulfurization equipment by mechanical stirring in Chiba Works
    (Establishment of high efficient hot metal pretreatment process-2) T.Kamiyama··· 874
  130. Development of high efficient hot metal desulfurization technology in Chiba Works
    (Establishment of high efficient hot metal pretreatment process-3) T.Yamauchi··· 875
  131. Hot metal ladle desulfurization with snorkel by CaO-Mg flux injection T.Washizu··· 876
  132. Effect of slag composition on the dissolution rate of sintered lime N.Sasaki··· 877
  133. The rate of desulfurization of high carbon iron melt by CaO powder I.Shimoda··· 878
  134. Prevention of resulfurization in the desulfurization process of molten iron with Mg vapor produced in-situ
    by MgO-Al reaction J.Yang··· 879
  135. Effects of mold thickness and density difference on mold powder entrapment around immersion nozzle J.Yoshida··· 880
  136. Effects of density and diameter of fine particles on falling behavior in liquid A.Hirayama··· 881
  137. Water model experiment on the removal of slag through wettability effect T.Kinjyo··· 882
  138. Gas-liquid separation method by wettability (Wettability effect on the flow pattern of downward gas-liquid
    two-phase flows in vertical circular pipe) K.Ishiguro··· 883
  139. Capillary interaction between solid inclusion particles on steel melt surface H.Hasegawa··· 884
  140. Behavior of immiscible two liquid layers contained in cylindrical vessel suddenly set in rotation T.Sugimoto··· 885
  141. Effect of board on agitation efficiency of refining process S.Yamashita··· 886
  142. Three-dimensional analysis of waste heat recovery to steel scrap preheating in continuous casting process T.Wang··· 887
  143. Gas-liquid mass transfer coefficient for bubbling jet in low gas flow rate regime T.Kumagai··· 888
  144. Acoustic cavitation induced micro mixing M.Furukawa··· 889
  145. Design of immersion nozzle taking account of non-spherical bubble formation for supplying metal vapor Y.Kobayashi··· 890
  146. Increase of NO reduction efficiency by sonoprocessing of high temperature exhaust gas S.Nemeth··· 891
  147. Melting and solidification of Al-base alloys on niobium substrate K.Matsuura··· 892
  148. Solidification of Sn-Ag binary eutectic alloys H.Esaka··· 893
  149. Growth model of two-phase cellular/dendritic eutectic in a ternary alloy T.Himemiya··· 894
  150. The analysis of the solidification process of abrasion resistant Cr-V cast iron by the use of Thermo-Calc K.Yamamoto··· 895
  151. Interface temperature measurements of eutectic carbides solidified in Fe-M-C(M:Cr,V,Mo) system and
    an application for prediction of eutectic microstructure selection T.Okane··· 896
  152. Refinement of columnar grain by phosphorus in continuously cast 0.1 mass% carbon steel N.Yoshida··· 897
  153. Development of swirling blade in nozzle for continuous casting(Effect of reducer on the suppression of uneven flow) S.Takagi··· 898
  154. Condition of clogging of swirling flow immersion nozzle on field tests T.Harada··· 899
  155. Influence of solute content on entrapment of particles by the solidifying interface in continuous casting of steel M.Zeze··900
  156. Effects of S and N on surface tension of liquid Fe-16mass%Cr alloy and its wettability with alumina Z.Li··· 901
  157. Direct observation of solidifying front shape around inclusions by using X-ray imaging H.Yasuda··· 902
  158. Effect of molten steel flow on distribution of pinhole defects in surface region of slab T.Miyake··· 903


Social Engineering of Iron and Steel Industry

  1. Research on suppression of hot shortness due to Cu and promotion of recycling of steel K.Shibata··· 906
  2. Functionally graded eco-coating for steels T.Suzuki··· 907
  3. Application of an electro-deposition method to produce iron sheets with an extremely high r-value and
    discussion on scrap recycle W.Tamaki··· 908
  4. Research project on material processing based on utilization of scrap steel K.Nagai··· 909
  5. Analysis of a restriction factor of steel scrap recycling for the sustainable development society K.Kakudate··· 910
  6. History of steel production and estimate of steel supply uses(History of domestically generated scrap-1) S.Hayashi··· 911
  7. Estimate on domestic market place scrap generation origin(History of domestically generated scrap-2) S.Hayashi··· 912
  8. Estimate on domestic ferro scrap generation by origin and original production process
    (History of domestically generated scrap-3) S.Hayashi··· 913
  9. Inter-linkages between different industries for a recycle based society T.Nakamura··· 914
  10. Life cycle analysis of feedstock recycling of waste plastics in the steel industry M.Hirao··· 915
  11. Use technology for fluoro-nitric acid cascade with washing chemicals and its evaluation with LCA methohdology T.Suginaka··· 916
  12. Reduction of CO2 emission by coal based direct reduction process H.Sugitatsu··· 917
  13. Effect of dust diameter on collective characteristics of coke bed filter S.Okabe··· 918
  14. Market environment of an electric furnace company, and business analysis K.Oki··· 919



Current Advance in Materials and Process, Vol.15 ,No.5

Instrumentation, Control and System Engineering

  1. Development of flaw discrimination technique using ultrasonic testing Y.Ueda··· 922
  2. Assesment of thickness of clad steels using electromagnetic acoustic resonance M.Yoshida··· 923
  3. Quality assurance system by detects marking T.Yamasaki··· 924
  4. The sensitivity analysis of control factors for the reactor furnace by a macro-model
    (Control of gas flow in the reactor furnace-1) T.Shibuta··· 925
  5. The estimation of inner furnace state using boundary data(Control of gas flow in the reactor furnace-2) T.Shibuta··· 926
  6. Development of the visualizing system of blast furnace process data-1(Visualizing method) M.Ito··· 927
  7. Development of the visualizing system of blast furnace process data-2(Visualizing method example) S.Matsuzaki··· 928
  8. Control of periodic mold level fluctuation with frequency variation in continuous caster H.Kitada··· 929
  9. Synchronous learning algorithm for both time-variant and rolling conditional factor A.Yamane··· 930
  10. Human model for gain tuning of looper control in hot strip rolling S.Imajo··· 931
  11. Run out table,down coiler,coil yard consistency shape prediction simulator H.Ogai··· 932
  12. Optimal scheduling system of a continuous annealing line N.Kawai··· 933
  13. Development of the steam-heated natural gas pressure reducing and heating equipment for combined-cycle thermal power plant
    M.Ito··· 934


Production and Utilization Technology

  1. Development of information and control systems for medium size seamless pipe mill N.Ishihara··· 974
  2. Construction of medium size seamless pipe mill at Wakayama works T.Egoshi··· 975
  3. Outline of process control systems for medium size seamless pipe mill H.Iwamoto··· 976
  4. Investigation of reeler plug welded cermet materials by PTA process Y.Wada··· 977
  5. Measurement and analysis of plastic deformation characteristics of steel pipes using a servo-controlled biaxial
    testing machine T.Kuwabara··· 978
  6. Effects of material properties on tube hydroforming S.Sakamoto··· 979
  7. Effect of r-value on formability of ERW tubes in hydroforming O.Sonobe··· 980
  8. Numerical simulation of the tube hydroforming process
    (Friction effect on deforming behavior during hydroforming of rectangular cross section) M.Fukumura··· 981
  9. Effect of friction coefficient on formability of tube hydroforming process T.Hama··· 982
  10. Simplified models for understanding tube hydroforming A.Shirayori··· 983
  11. Finite element simulation of hammering hydroforming of tubes K.Mori··· 984
  12. 3-D FEM analysis for endless stretch reducing of seamless pipe H.Yoshimura··· 985
  13. Deformation analysis of a three-roll reducing mill T.Okui··· 986
  14. Deformation analysis for blanking of tube Y.Yoshida··· 987
  15. Effect of solidification mode on reheat embrittlement of high strength low alloy weld metal Y.Arai··· 988
  16. Analytical approach to the behavior of reverse transformation assisted by adiabatic heating due to deformation M.Miyake··989
  17. Effect of initial austenite grain size on the dynamic recrystallization behaviors of titanium added low carbon steel N.Kageyama··· 990
  18. The improvement of spindle characteristics in continuous galvanizing line Y.H.Kim··· 991
  19. Development of component materials of work roll for CGL Y.Hirota··· 992
  20. Simulation of descaling conditions based on chemical reactor theory in descaling plants K.Mabuchi··· 993
  21. High perfomance high speed steel roll with fine microstructure for resistance to surface deterioration Y.Tsujimoto··· 994
  22. Development of centrifugal cast HSS roll with excellent surface deterioration resistance in hot strip mill K.Ichino··· 995
  23. Superior structural mill roll materials in wear resistance R.Tsuji··· 996
  24. Application of high speed steel and special alloy steel for unequilateral large angle roll A.Noda··· 997
  25. Development of super Ni-Gr cast iron roll Y.Konno··· 998
  26. Application of composite type tungsten carbide rolls to severe thermal condition rolling T.Hattori··· 999
  27. Development of HSS-cermet roll by mechanical-alloying M.Ayagaki··· 1000
  28. Ultra coarse grain carbide rolls I.Emaki··· 1001
  29. Development of cold rolling work roll with high tribological performance Y.Jimbo··· 1002
  30. Improvement of spalling resistance of plate mill backup roll Y.Ohkomori··· 1003
  31. Influence of process parameters on deformation of surface V shape defect in plate rolling Y.Yoshida··· 1004
  32. Deformation analysis for surface defects in plate rolling N.Yukawa··· 1005
  33. Simulation of generation process of seam defects in plate rolling N.Yukawa··· 1006
  34. FEM simulation on side-surface bulge profile of plate (Prediction of side-surface bulge profile of plate product-1) S.Fukushima··· 1007
  35. In-line heating in the hot strip mill T.Minote··· 1008
  36. Replacement of the main motors in hot strip mill at Mizushima works S.Nonaka··· 1009
  37. Mechanism of roller levelling M.Ataka··· 1010
  38. Friction behavior of lubricant pre-coated steel in ironing process K.Nishimoto··· 1011
  39. Friction behavior of lubricant pre-coated steel in deep drawing process W.Zhrwang··· 1012
  40. FEM analysis of contact mechanism in press forming of lubricant pre-coated steel T.Obika··· 1013
  41. A simple measurement method of oil amounts in Emulsion lubricants Y.Fujioka··· 1014



Current Advance in Materials and Process, Vol.15 ,No.6

Microstructure and Properties of Materials

  1. Development of Si,Mn bearing high-tensile galvanized sheet steel with excellent coating properties Y.Suzuki··· 1123
  2. Influence of steel surface oxidation state on galvannealing rate of P added galvanized steel sheet N.Fujibayashi··· 1124
  3. Mechanisms of crack occurrence in galvannealed coating T.Masuda··· 1125
  4. Atmospheric corrosion characteristics of hot-dip Zn-6%Al-3%Mg alloy coated steel sheet T.Shimizu··· 1126
  5. Corrosion product of iron formed on aluminized steel sheets J.Maki··· 1127
  6. Improvement of susceptibility to spalling of CGL roll steel T.Tsubota··· 1128
  7. The condition of HIC occurrence of X65 grade linepipes in sour environments T.Hara··· 1129
  8. Influence of sea salt particle size and environmental factors for simulation of corrosive environment H.Katayama··· 1130
  9. Observation of rusts formed on 3%Ni-added air-born salinity weathering steel M.Kimura··· 1131
  10. New weathering steel with surface treatment suppresses outflow rust and inhibits the entry of Cl- ions
    (New surface treatment for promoting protective rust formation on weathering steels-5) T.Komori··· 1132
  11. Compatibility tests between molten salts and metals Y.Kuriki··· 1133
  12. Effect of salt composition on corrosion behavior of SUS310S stainless steel to molten salts
    (Corrosion resistance of stainless steels in waste incineration environment-4) Y.Nishida··· 1134
  13. Effects of Al and Si addition on high temperature corrosion of Ni-based cast alloys S.Ueta··· 1135
  14. Crystallography of bainite structure in low-carbon steel Y.Shinohara··· 1136
  15. The formation of intragranular bainite in high strength steel welds and the mechanism of toughness improvement thereof
    Y.Shinohara··· 1137
  16. Characterization of nucleation site of intra-granular bainite in high strength steel welds G.Shigesato··· 1138
  17. Effect of carbon and nickel contents on dislocation structure in ferrous lath martensite J.Nishikawa··· 1139
  18. Effect of ultra grain refining on martensitic transformation in a meta-stable austenitic steel K.Fukunaga··· 1140
  19. Ferrite formation on intragranular MnS in ingot casting microalloyed steel J.Yin··· 1141
  20. Quantitative analyses of effects of Ti-oxides on formation of ferrite in HAZ of steels A.Yudate··· 1142
  21. Effects of grain boundaries and their character on / phase transformation in Fe-Cr alloy K.Obara··· 1143
  22. Variant selection of ferrite transformed transgranularly from work-hardened austenite Y.Adachi··· 1144
  23. Grain size of proeutectoid ferrite transformed from fine grained austenite in Fe-1.5Mn-0.2C alloys H.Saito··· 1145
  24. Thickness of pancake controlling the size of transformed from deformed S.Torizuka··· 1146
  25. Evolution of fine ferrite structure in continuously cast 0.1mass%C steel with 100mm-thickness T.Yamashita··· 1147
  26. Austenite grain refinement by repeated cycles of austenitizing and quenching K.Kikumoto··· 1148
  27. Evolution of ultrafine-grained structure through large strain-high Z deformation in a low carbon steel A.Ohmori··· 1149
  28. Ferrite grain refinement through diffusion induced recrystallization Y.Adachi··· 1150
  29. Mechanism of recrystallization nuclei formation in polycrystalline -Fe analyzed with high resolution EBSP T.Imamura··· 1151
  30. Effect on microalloy elements on austenitic grain growth behavior after dynamically recrystallization in as-cast HSLA steels
    N.Fujita··· 1152
  31. Color mapping by EBSD method of twin morphology formed on Goss single crystal of silicon steel Y.Inokuti··· 1153
  32. Toughness of ultrafine grained ferritic steels N.Tsuji··· 1154
  33. Temperature dependence of mechanical properties in ultra fine-grained iron fabricated through mechanical milling K.Kawasaki··· 1155
  34. Ferrite grain refinement by SIDT rolling in low carbon steel D.H.Seo··· 1156
  35. Fatigue property of ultrafine-grained steel H.Miyata··· 1157
  36. Effect of microstructure on fatigue crack initiation and propagation behavior in ultrafine-grained steel K.Tanaka··· 1158
  37. Neutron diffraction study on work-hardening of a fine-grained ferrite-pearlite steel T.Ono··· 1159
  38. Effect of boron on microstructure and toughness of simulated HAZ in low carbon bainitic steel H.Hatano··· 1160
  39. Effect of chromium and molybdenum on hardenability of boron added steel S.Nozu··· 1161
  40. Effect of boron on corrosion reaction and susceptibility to hydrogen embrittlement in steels S.Komazaki··· 1162
  41. Effect of molybdenum on hardenability improvement by boron addition H.Asahi··· 1163
  42. Effect of B or BN on material properties of free cutting steel containing BN inclusions
    (Development of free cutting steel without lead-4) T.Murakami··· 1164
  43. Effect of boron on penetration of Cu liquid phase into austenite grain boundaries in steel C.Nagasaki··· 1165
  44. Effect of B on creep behavior in 9%Cr steel M.Mikami··· 1166
  45. Effect of boron on stress accelerated grain boundary oxidation(SAGBO) of modified incoloy 908 alloy K.Asakura··· 1167
  46. Effects of nitrogen in 9Cr-3W-3Co ferritic heat resistant steels containing boron E.El-Kashif··· 1168
  47. Grain boundary segregation of boron in interstitial free steels containing phosphorous E.El-Kashif··· 1169
  48. Effect of heat treatment on microstructure and hardness of Ni-38Cr-3.8Al alloy N.Takahata··· 1170
  49. Effect of heat treatment on mechanical properties of Ni-based superalloy with low thermal expansion S.Ueta··· 1171
  50. Effects of chemical compositions on precipitation behavior of type 316 stainless steels D.Takahashi··· 1172
  51. Precipitation of Fe2Nb Laves phase in Fe-Cr-Ni-Nb austenitic heat resisting steels S.Morita··· 1173
  52. Creep at low stresses in Ni-20Cr alloy single crystal with [001] orientation T.Tokumoto··· 1174
  53. Relations between dislocation substructure and tensile directions in single crystal Ni-based superalloy,
    CMSX-2, crept at 1273K-130MPa (on [001]-[011] line) N.Miura··· 1175
  54. Effect of recovery heat treatment on creep properties of pre-crept ODS alloy, MA754 N.Harada··· 1176
  55. Stress exponent of the minimum creep rate and activation energy of creep of oxide dispersion strengthened
    Ni-based superalloy,MA754,under low stresses N.Harada··· 1177
  56. Environmental factors affecting the corrosion resistance of zinc coated steel sheets for automotive and residential applications
    D.Thierry··· 1178
  57. Corrosion behavior of Zn-coated steel under cyclic wet and dry condition A.Nishikata··· 1182
  58. Characterization of corrosion and corrosion susceptibility of metallic surfaces by scanning kelvin probe force microscopy
    G.S.Frankel··· 1185
  59. Electrochemical properties of corrosion products on Zn S.Fujimoto··· 1189
  60. Role of zinc corrosion products on corrosion inhibition of galvanized steels T.Tsuru··· 1192
  61. Properties of protective oxides on metals(Solubility,ion permeability,and electron conductivity) H.Tamura··· 1195
  62. Formation sequence to simonkollite during atmospheric corrosion of zinc by raman spectroscopy T.Ohtsuka··· 1197
  63. Initial stage of localized corrosion of Zn-Al alloy coated steel by laser depassivation in aggressive anion containing solutions
    M.Sakairi··· 1199
  64. Fundamental studies of cut edge corrosion on galvanized steel K.Ogle··· 1201
  65. Recrystallization in a cold rolled {211}<011> single crystal of Fe-3%Si alloy S.Nakamura··· 1204
  66. Effect of sheet thickness on secondary recrystallization in grain oriented silicon steel Y.Ushigami··· 1205
  67. Improvement of magnetic properties of grain oriented electrical steel by chromium plating H.Yamaguchi··· 1206
  68. Effect of REM addition on grain growth behavior of non-oriented electrical steel sheets M.Kohno··· 1207
  69. The effect of Sb on magnetic properties of ultra low sulfur non-oriented electrical steel sheets Y.Oda··· 1208
  70. Magnetization behavior of tension band for CRT T.Hiratani··· 1209
  71. Magnetic properties and microstructures of Fe-Cr-C-Ni-X(X=Al,Si) alloys S.Yokoyama··· 1210
  72. Hot-ductility of PC permalloy T.Inoue··· 1211
  73. Nanocrystallization in carbon steels by ball drop processing Y.Todaka··· 1212
  74. Nanocrystallization behavior of carbon steels by particle impact method T.Yasuda··· 1213
  75. Nanocrystallization in carbon steels by high strain rate large deformation M.Umemoto··· 1214
  76. Nano grain formation and local partitioning of Cr and Ni at room temperature in a MM processed SUS304L stainless steel
    H.Inomoto··· 1215
  77. Fabrication of steel bar with ultrafine grained structure using hot extrusion of mechanically milled iron powder
    S.Sakamoto··· 1216
  78. Development of hot-rolled steel sheet consisting of single-phase ferrite strengthened by nanometer-sized precipitates
    (Development of hot-rolled high strength steel with excellent stretch flange formability-1) Y.Funakawa··· 1217
  79. Development of 780MPa grade hot-rolled galvannealed steel sheet strengthened by nanometer-sized precipitates
    (Development of hot-rolled high strength steel with excellent stretch flange formability-2) T.Shiozaki··· 1218
  80. Characterization of precipitates in the nano-particle strengthened hot-rolled steel
    (Development of hot-rolled high strength steel with excellent stretch flange formability-3) K.Sato··· 1219
  81. Mechanism of increase in tensile strength induced by strain age hardening in newly developed bake hardenable
    high strength sheet steel S.Kaneko··· 1220
  82. Effect of chemical composition and hot rolling condition on strength and toughness in hot rolled steel sheets for electric
    resistance welded pipe C.Kami··· 1221
  83. The effect of microstructure of hot band on ductility of TRIP-aided steel sheets with annealed matrix subjected
    to hot-annealing treatment T.Kashima··· 1222
  84. Effects of heat treatment conditions on characteristics of TRIP-aided sheet steels with annealed martensitic matrix
    R.Kikuchi··· 1223
  85. Effect of transformation phenomena during austempering on mechanical properties of 590MPa grade cold-rolled TRIP steel sheet
    H.Matsuda··· 1224
  86. Stretch-formability of YAG laser welded TRIP/DP tailored blanks A.Nagasaka··· 1225
  87. Effects of cross rolling on r-values H.Takatani··· 1226
  88. Behavior of work hardening of extra-low carbon steel sheet N.Kariya··· 1227
  89. Effect of microstructure in the vicinity of grain boundary on mechanical properties in IF high strength steel with fine grain structure
    Y.Ono··· 1228
  90. Effect of microstructure on stretch-flangeability in Dual-Phase type cold-rolled high strength steel sheets K.Kawamura··· 1229
  91. Effect of alloy element in steel on anti-secondary working embrittlement of TS 440MPa grade galvannealed steel
    sheet with excellent deep drawability T.Iwama··· 1230
  92. Effects of test conditions on etching properties of iron-nickel alloy T.Ariga··· 1231
  93. Relation between rupture strength and microstructure of heat resistant steel M.Tamura··· 1232
  94. Creep deformation mechanisms of high chromium steels with martensitic lath structure. F.Yoshida··· 1233
  95. Describing of creep curves in 9%Cr martensitic steels with physically-based CDM
    (Creep modelling of martensitic heat resistant steels-4) H.Semba··· 1234
  96. Recrystallization behaviour of iron containing Mo,W or Re as the solid solution, and its simulation based on he phase-field method
    T.Kunieda··· 1235
  97. OIM observation of microstructure in low carbon 9Cr steel D.Terada··· 1236
  98. Variation of mobile dislocation density and spacing of precipitates on modified 9Cr-1Mo steel in creep H.Hayakawa··· 1237
  99. Microstructural analysis of oxide dispersion strengthened martensitic steels by SEM/EBSP method T.Koya··· 1238
  100. Microstructure of Mod.9Cr-Mo steel by internal pressure creep T.Ito··· 1239
  101. Evaluation of critical stress for elastic deformation by stress abruptly loading test in high Cr steel K.Sawada··· 1240
  102. Creep strength evaluation of ferritic steels from a viewpoint of critical stress for elastic deformation H.Kushima··· 1241
  103. Relationship between the positron mean lifetime and B content in 12%Cr heat resistant ferritic steels Y.Kokuryu··· 1242
  104. Analysis of creep deformation process of heat resistant steels using positron annihilation lifetime M.Igarashi··· 1243
  105. Precipitation sequences during heat treatment in Mod.9Cr-1Mo steel K.Kimura··· 1244
  106. Effect of tempering temperature on creep properties in Mod. 9Cr-1Mo steel K.Suzuki··· 1245
  107. Change of creep deformation behavior in low-carbon 9Cr steel with increasing tungsten concentration M.Taneike··· 1246
  108. Effect of W and Mn on creep properties of Pd added 9Cr steels H.Okada··· 1247
  109. Effect of B content on creep behavior in high Cr ferritic steel K.Sawada··· 1248
  110. Creep-fatigue interaction of boron added ferritic heat-resisting steels M.Kimura··· 1249
  111. An improvement of creep properties of high Cr ferritic steels through heat treatments in the magnetic field H.Okubo··· 1250
  112. Change of strength and ductility by strain aging in fine pearlitic steel wires strengthened by drawing K.Nakamura··· 1251
  113. Influence of carbide on machinability of high hardness cold work die steel S.Kurata··· 1252
  114. Improvement in cutting tool life by AlN deposition on the tool H.Yaguchi··· 1253
  115. Non-metallic inclusion and rolling contact fatigue life of aluminium-free bearing steels made in laboratory Y.Kusano··· 1254
  116. Effect of retained austenite on fatigue strength of cold work tool steel D.Yokoi··· 1255
  117. 1010-cycle fatigue properties for SUP7 spring steel T.Abe··· 1256
  118. High-cycle fatigue properties for modified-ausformed SMn443 steels Y.Furuya··· 1257
  119. High-cycle fatigue properties of modified-ausformed steels with V-addition H.Hirukawa··· 1258
  120. Evaluation method of hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility for high strength steels with modified local
    approach considering the effect of hydrogen content distribution S.Takagi··· 1259
  121. Estimation of embrittlement susceptibility by SSRT in a hydrogen-charged steel S.Terasaki··· 1260
  122. Application of modified Local Approach considered with the effect of hydrogen content distribution for the
    evaluation of hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility of high strength steels S.Takagi··· 1261
  123. Effect of environmental conditions on delayed fracture of steel containing V and Ti by SSRT W.Urushihara··· 1262
  124. Evaluation of susceptibility to environmental degradation of suspension spring steel by CCT-SSRT T.Tsubota··· 1263
  125. Effect of solute carbon on hydrogen trapping of dislocations(Analysis of hydrogen trapping in high tensile strength steel-3)
    D.Hirakami··· 1264
  126. Simulation of hydrogen evolution in thermal desorption analysis of hydrogen trap steel
    (Analysis of hydrogen trapping in high tensile strength steel-4) D.Hirakami··· 1265
  127. Hydrogen induced delayed fracture of an ultra fine grained 0.6% oxygen steel with dispersed oxide particles Y.Kimura··· 1266
  128. Ductility of hydrogen-charged ultra high strength low alloy TRIP-aided steels T.Hojo··· 1267
  129. Influence of environmental temperature on the hydrogen embrittlement sensitivity of high strength maraging steel K.Kosugiyama··· 1268
  130. Fabrication of lotus-structured porous iron in nitrogen gas H.Nakajima··· 1269
  131. Mechanical properties of lotus-type porous iron H.Nakajima··· 1270
  132. Fabrication and mechanical properties of lotus-type porous iron-chromium alloy and stainless steel T.Ikeda··· 1271
  133. Evaluation of the interaction energy between nitrogen and substitutional solute atoms in iron
    by measurements of the Snoek relaxation H.Numakura··· 1272
  134. Diffusion of Mo in high purity iron H.Nitta··· 1273
  135. Self-diffusion in high purity Fe-50Cr and Fe-60Cr alloys K.Takasawa··· 1274
  136. Morphology and the coarsening kinetics of MC type carbide in niobium bearing steels K.Miyata··· 1275
  137. Effect of matrix microstructure on precipitation of laves phase in Fe-9Cr-4.5W(-Co) alloys K.Yamamoto··· 1276
  138. Precipitation behavior of Ti,Mn sulfides in Cphases of steel T.Yamashita··· 1277
  139. Simulation of Cu precipitation during isothermal aging of Fe-Cu alloys M.Enomoto··· 1278
  140. Thermodynamic calculations of phase equilibria between sulfide and solution phase in Fe-Cr-Ni-S system H.Mitsui··· 1279
  141. Development of Fe-Ni-Si base shape memory alloys R.Kainuma··· 1280
  142. Effects of V content on the toughness of middle carbon martensitic steels Y.Murota··· 1281
  143. Influence of initial morphology on the coarsening of two-phase microstructure in Fe-Al-V alloys T.Maebashi··· 1282
  144. Mechanical properties of Ti-6Al-4V sprayed coating by low pressure plasma spraying K.Sonoya··· 1283
  145. Effect of Mg in phosphate on corrosion resistance K.Hamahara··· 1284
  146. Properties of prepainted 55% Al-Zn alloy coated steel sheets with flexible paint films K.Yoshida··· 1285
  147. Development of a new PET film laminated TFS with excellent meat release property Y.Yamanaka··· 1286
  148. Effects of electric potential at defect and concentration of NaCl for test aqueous solution for cathodic
    delamination of polyethylene coated steel pipe M.Murase··· 1287
  149. Effect of heat treatment at the temperature of (+)phase on microstructure of SUS430 stainless steel Y.Hideshima··· 1288
  150. Effect of Cr content on the relation between r-value and {111} recrystallization texture of ferritic steel Y.Yazawa··· 1289
  151. Effect of cold rolling reduction on mechanical properties of high strength martensitic stainless steels S.Isozaki··· 1290
  152. Properties of large-sized duplex stainless steel casting S.Tanaka··· 1291
  153. Effects of retained austenite on SSC resistance of martensitic stainless steel Y.Miyata··· 1292
  154. Mechanical and corrosion fatigue properties of welded joint of duplex stainless steel plate T.Matsuda··· 1293
  155. Microstructure and corrosion resistance of high nitrogen martensitic stainless steels M.Fujisawa··· 1294
  156. Biomachining of metals using metabolic reaction-2 Y.Miyano··· 1295
  157. Effect of Si,Mn contents on the dissolution behavior of annealed SUS304 stainless steel T.Matsuhashi··· 1296
  158. Dissolution behavior of -ferrite in continuously cast slabs of SUS304 during heat treatment S.Fukumoto··· 1297
  159. Effect of solidification structure on hot workability of austenitic stainless steel containing 1.1 mass% boron M.Oikawa··· 1298
  160. Effect of surface segregation during heating in vacuum on diffusion bonding of heat-resistant stainless steel foils M.Fukaya··· 1299
  161. Improvement of thermo-mechanical treatment process for production of superplastic SUS304 M.Katoh··· 1300
  162. Surface reaction and mechanical properties of type Ti-29Nb-13Ta-4.6Zr cast by dental precision casting
    method for biomedical applications T.Manabe··· 1301
  163. Influences of potential and pH on dissolution of rapidly-strained Ti-6Al-4V in a simulated biological environment M.Hamasaki··· 1302
  164. Effect of frictional wear morphology on fretting fatigue characteristics of high workable titanium alloy J.Takeda··· 1303
  165. Microstructures at the interface of a plasma-spray coated hydroxyapatite/Ti biomaterial K.Kitashita··· 1304
  166. Changes of precipitated phases and general corrosion loss by isothermal aging in Ti-0.5Ni-0.05Ru K.Takahashi··· 1305
  167. Surface cleaning technique for titanium roofs and walls K.Yanagisawa··· 1306
  168. Improvement of hydrogen absorption property of titanium by Al addition S.Sakashita··· 1307
  169. Reduction and deoxidation of titanium oxide using molten salt electrolysis of (CaCl2+CaO) S.Fukui··· 1308
  170. Cold workability of 800MPa-class Ti-Fe-O-N based high-strength titanium alloy H.Fujii··· 1309
  171. - titanium alloy with extra low flow stress comparable to Gr.2
    (Microstructural change of high carbon titanium alloy by heat treatment) S.Kojima··· 1310
  172. The effect of solution treatment temperature on cold workability of Ti-Fe-Cr-Al alloys M.Ikeda··· 1311
  173. Fracture characteristics of Ti-4.5Al-3V-2Mo-2Fe conducted with slow furnace cooling from solution treatment temperature
    in + field Gunawarman··· 1312
  174. Heat resistant titanium alloy for mufflers(Ti-1.5%Al) N.Matsukura··· 1313
  175. High cycle fatigue of O phase-based Ti-22Al-27Nb intermetallic alloy A.Araoka··· 1314
  176. Evaluation of impact properties of 9Cr steel by instrumented Charpy test F.Abe··· 1315
  177. Effect of chemical composition on fracture toughness of water quenched 15Cr steel T.Takenaka··· 1316
  178. Effects of C and N on microstructural stability and creep strength of precipitation strengthened 15Cr steels Y.Toda··· 1317
  179. Thermal shock cracking properties of Mod.9Cr-1Mo steel and Alloy600 T.Sato··· 1318
  180. Improvement in steam oxidation resistance of high-Cr ferritic steels by pre-oxidation treatment H.Kutsumi··· 1319
  181. Production of high Cr ferritic heat resisting steels with decreased Al content S.Iwasaki··· 1320
  182. Effect of post weld heat treatment on type IV cracking of a high Cr ferritic steel S.K.Albert··· 1321
  183. Creep rupture behavior of high strength 9% Cr structural weldments A.Sasada··· 1322
  184. Creep characteristics of Fe-12Ni-5Cr-3Mo carbon-free martensitic alloys S.Muneki··· 1323
  185. Creep properties of Fe-12Ni-9Co-10W carbon-free martensitic alloys S.Muneki··· 1324
  186. Change in initial creep rate with temperature for Cr-Mo-V steel D.Serino··· 1325
  187. Long-term creep rupture strength of 2.25Cr-1.6W-V-Nb steels N.Komai··· 1326
  188. Effects of size on room temperature deformation of cementite R.Tokumiya··· 1327
  189. Comparison of properties between the bulk cementite produced by MA-sintering route and cementite in steels M.Umemoto··· 1328
  190. Production of artificial pearlite by superplastic deformation of cementite Y.Todaka··· 1329
  191. Nanoscopic strength analysis of tempered martensite in low carbon steels N.Nagashima··· 1330
  192. Low temperature deformation behavior at 103 s-1 for a ferrite-martensite steel J.H.Park··· 1331
  193. In situ neutron diffraction experiment during tensile deformation for a TRIP type multi-phase steel Y.Tomota··· 1332
  194. Improvement of dynamic fracture toughness with nickel addition T.Tagawa··· 1333
  195. Significance of ductile fracture area on toughness evaluation at beam-to-column connections fractured
    by full scale shaking table test E.Takeuchi··· 1334


Process Evaluation and Material Characterization

  1. Determination of trace elements in high purity molybdenum by solid phase extraction/ICP-MS S.Hasegawa··· 1359
  2. A new FIA methodology utilizing catalytic photometric detection for determination of trace manganese and
    cobalt in iron and steels without complicated procedures and a great deal of skill T.Yamane··· 1360
  3. Determination of trace oxygen in steel using tin after removing surface oxide by pre-heating H.Uchihara··· 1361
  4. Analysis of scrapped materials by low-pressure laser-induced plasma emission spectroscopy H.Matsuta··· 1362
  5. Direct analysis of tramp elements in steel by radio-frequency-powered glow discharge spectrometry associated
    with bias-current introduction (The application to quantitative determination of tin) K.Wagatsuma··· 1363
  6. Quantitative analysis of Ca-rich oxide inclusions in steel by galvanostatic electrolysis S.Kinoshiro··· 1364
  7. A method for evaluating composition of complex inclusions comprising oxides and MnS in Si/Mn/Ti deoxidized steels H.S.Kim··· 1365
  8. In-situ observation of the formation of Fe-Zn alloys during a galvannealing process A.Taniyama··· 1366
  9. Rare-earth fluoride soft X-ray absorption J.Kawai··· 1367
  10. Non-destructive chemical state analysis of trace elements in steel by XAFS M.Nagoshi··· 1368




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