Williams Award

For a paper of particular merit concerned with the manufacture and use of iron and steel.

Williams Award

The Williams Award is presented annually for a peper of particular merit concerned with the manufacture and use of iron and steel.

The winner will receive a certificate and £450.00

Award judging

The Williams Award is judges by the Iron & Steel Society.

Past winners

Monitoring of less common residual elements in scrap feeds for EAF steelmaking
Augusta Martinelli Miranda, Paulo Santos Assis, Geoffrey Alan Brooks, Muhammad Akbar Rhamdhani, Andrea Fontana, Alister King, Gerald Sanders and Gabriela Paula da Costa Moreira  

Liquid metal embrittlement during resistance spot welding of Zn-coated high-strength steels, 
Diptak Bhattacharya

Sulphur removal in ironmaking and oxygen steelmaking
F N H Schrama, E M Beunder, B Van den Berg, Y Yang & R Boom

Microalloyed steels
T. N. Baker

Non-linear model predictive control of throughput and strip temperature for continuous annealing line
H Wu, R Speets, F Heeremans, O Ben Driss, R van Buren

Development & Deployment on inline multifrequency electromagnetic system to monitor steel hot transformation on runout table of hot strip mill
W Zhu, H Yang, A Luinenburg, F van den Berg, S Dickinson, W Yin & A J Peyton

Liquid metal experiments with swirling flow submerged entry nozzle
Th Wondrak; S Eckert; V Galindo; G Gerbeth; F Stefani; K Timmel; A J Peyton; W Yin; S Riaz

Review: The Butterfly Effect in Continuous Casting
PD Lee, RE Ramirez-Lopez and KC Mills et al. 

Formation of ultrafine grained ferrite during thermomechanical treatment in microalloyed steel
Dr A N Bhagat & Neelkant

Inclusion characterisation-tool for measurement of steel cleanliness and process control
P Kaushik, H Pietel and H Yin

Joining of thick section steels using hybrid laser welding
S Webster, J Kristensen, and D Petring, for their paper 

Effect of cerium sulphide particle dispersions on acicular ferrite microstructure development in steels
G Thewlis

Markets in ferrous scrap for steelmaking
J Aylen & K Albertson

Tensile and work hardening properties of low carbon dual phase steels at high strain rateS
Dr G Fourlaris, N D Beynon, S Oliver & T B Jones 

Challenges in the modelling of scale formation and decarburisation of high carbon, special and general steels
H F Marston, P H Bolt, G Leprince, M Röder, R Klima, J Niska & M Jarl

Abnormal Transient Phenomena in the Continuous Casting Process: Part 1 and 2
G Alvarez de Toledo, J Ciriza, J J Larausogoitia & A Arteaga

Prediction of Mechanical Properties in Steel Heat Treatment Process using Neural Networks
Dr J Tenner, Prof D A Linkens, Dr P F Morris & T J Bailey 


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