McGill Metals Processing Centre
Process Engineering Metallurgy
Characterization, modelling and design of liquid and solid metal processing operations; Steelmaking; continuous casting and strip casting; Furnace, Ladle and Tundish Metallurgy; Oxidation/decarburization of steels: Aluminum/Magnesium cast house operations; Filtering; Liquid metal quality sensors (LiMCA); Slag foaming and splashing phenomena, “Direct Steelmaking”, etc.
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Physical and Process Metallurgy
Experimental and theoretical studies to understand the relationship between microstructure, properties and processing of materials.
Focus on physical and mathematical modelling of metallurgical process for designing new processes, better understanding of existing processes, operational improvements, and to perform 'what if' and 'root cause' analyses of problems. Fundamentals of metallurgical thermodynamics, transport phenomena and CFD modelling are applied to simulate real industrial processes.