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No. 4/2019
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Wojciech SZULC
Józef PADUCH
Adam ZIELIŃSKI
Marcin DOLEŻYCH

Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy

EUROPEAN PROJECT ‘BLUEPRINT “NEW SKILLS AGENDA STEEL”: INDUSTRY-DRIVEN SUSTAINABLE EUROPEAN STEEL SKILLS AGENDA AND STRATEGY (ESSA)’ – THE FIRST YEAR OF IMPLEMENTATION

The article presents the general characteristics of the European project implemented by an international consortium, which includes the Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Ferrous Metallurgy. The project concerns the preparation and improvement of personnel for the steel sector in the face of the rapidly approaching industrial revolution 4.0: WORK 4.0 for STEEL 4.0. The article presents the first results of the project obtained in 2019, highlighting the Institute’s contribution. The four-year project (completed in December 2022) integrates the efforts in this area of a broad European consortium, consisting of 24 partners from 10 countries and 14 associated partners from 8 countries, in the ERASMUS + programme.

Keywords: steel sector, skills, Industry 4.0, blueprint


Jarosław MARCISZ
Bogdan GARBARZ
Tymoteusz TOMCZAK
Aleksandra JANIK

Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy

Lech STARCZEWSKI
Robert NYC
Michał GMITRZUK

Wojskowy Instytut Techniki Pancernej i Samochodowej

OPTIMISATION OF PARAMETERS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PERFORATED ARMOUR PANELS MADE OF NANOBAINITIC STEEL USING DYNAMIC HARDNESS MEASUREMENT METHODOLOGY

The study is a continuation of the development of material characteristics in order to expand the range of products for the production of which nanostructured bainitic steels can be used. The tests included measurement of dynamic properties important in the material qualification process for firing tests and for other applications requiring dynamic wear resistance. The novelty of the implemented development of the innovative grade of nanostructured steel and the technology of manufacturing products – including armour systems containing perforated panels made of this grade of steel, consisted in developing the basics of dynamic hardness measurement methods and dynamic indentation tests using a Gleeble simulator.

Keywords: nanobainitic steel, dynamic hardness, perforated panels, ballistic resistance


RESEARCH PROJECTS FUNDED FROM THE INSTITUTE’S OWN FUNDS – ABSTRACTS

 

2020-04-02


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