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The stainless steel’s market strenght

In 2019 global steel demand is forecast to grow 1.4% to reach 1,681.2Mt. Chairman of the worldsteel economics committee and CEO Emirates Steel, speaking at the World Steel Association General Assembly in Tokyo and says that in 2018 global steel demand continued to show resilience supported by the recovery in...

China and India top of nuclear power growth

Nuclear power production will grow by about 46 percent by 2040, and more than 90% will come from China and India. China added three new reactors to its fleet in 2017, bringing its total number of operating reactors to 41, in this way the Chinese nation has a current nuclear...

AI and Tunnel Boring Machine

Academic Istitutions are researching how to use technology to better assist tunnel boring machines’ operations. The studies show that an operator can’t control more than three or four of the more than two dozen parameters TBMs generate, to include real-time information about surface and subsurface settlement, vibrations, cutter-head speed and...

Stainless steel and its applications in medicine

Recent studies have underlined the advantages due to the diffusion of stainless steel inside hospitals. Always more often, stainless steel equipments are present in our hospital facilities. And it is not a case. Thanks to a recent discovery (due to a Spanish scientist), stainless steel applications in hospital could increase… With...

The New York State and the wind energy project

The project provides for the construction of an onshore wind farm and related transmission infrastructure, including underground and overhead lines, substations, an operation and maintenance base and related facilities. The proposed wind farm will use up to 48 turbines, the output of which is expected to be enough to supply...

Stainless Steel and Environment

Stainless steel is a green product. It is 100% recyclable, as it is not coated with any toxic material it does not produce toxic run-off. A huge difference can be made by companies and individuals by simply choosing stainless steel over non-recyclable materials. During production, stainless steel uses scrap metal...

Stainless steel’s history

The inventor of stainless steel is Harry Brearley and was born in Sheffield, England, in 1871. Have already established his reputation for solving metallurgical problems, Brearley was given the opportunity in 1908 to set up the Brown Firth Laboratories, which were financed by the two leading Sheffield steel companies of the...