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Materials Science and Engineering
School of Industrial Engineering and Management
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology



Formation and chemical development of non metallic inclusions during ingot casting

Improved characteristics of high strength steels through reduction of sodium aluminates

Improvement of ladle stirring to minimise slag emulsification and reoxidation during alloying and rinsing - StImprove

Optimization of secondary metallurgy with respect to non-metallic inclusions for improved steel properties and production efficiency focus on special and stainless steel production

Slag management in EAF steelmaking to save valuable alloying elements


Development of steel grade-related slag systems with low reoxidation potential in ladle and optimised ladle glaze technique for improving steel cleanliness - STEELCLEANCONTROL

Study of reactions at phase boundaries in metallurgical processes - with emphasis on ladle metallurgy, Phase 1 dehydrogenation

Study of the slag-metal interface in steelmaking

Study on the formation and development of CaO-Al2O3 type inclusions and their impact on the quality of the final product

PEOPLE (5/5) 

Professor Sichen Du (Research Leader / Micro-Modelling)
Jenny Brandberg
Fredrik Cederholm
Mikael Thunman
Jimmy Gran


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