The Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium (SMSVC) is a nationwide, industry-led sustainable consortium that was launched in 2016 by the Center for Innovation through … Read More...
Five CIVS students won awards at Purdue Northwesta��s 2016 Student Research Day.
Three PUC engineering students collaborated with CIVS and AIST in developing an innovative tool that enables greater understanding of the steelmaking process.
The paper, titled a�?Investigation of Co-Injection of Natural Gas and Pulverized Coal in a Blast Furnace,a�? will receive the Association for Iron and Steel Technologya��s (AIST) 2016 Josef S. Kapitan Award-Ironmaking, May 16 at the AIST conference in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The consortium held its first annual board of directors meeting bringing together representatives from all current charter member organizations to decide the projects that the consortium will work on.
After a year of organizing and planning, the national SMSVC is ready to move forward to help American steel producers compete more favorably worldwide.
Consortium Overview and Member Benefit PPT Why Members Joined the Consortium Through the support of a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) AMTech Planning Grant, an industry-led … Read More...
Through the support of a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) AMTech Planning Grant, a Technology Roadmap has been developed and is now available (see icons/links below) to identify … Read More...
Numerical simulations are increasingly being used for research and development. Such simulations can provide fundamental insights of complex phenomena and practical foresights for process/product … Read More...
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Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) News PNW awarded NSF grant to fund new Research Experience for Teachers site Purdue University Northwest (PNW) has been awarded a $592,681 grant by the National Science Foundation … Read More...
WHY GET INVOLVED ➤Why Members Joined the Consortium NEW WAYS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS Imagine that you have an idea for a device to increase blast furnace productivity. Previously, you would have … Read More...