The ToughSteel project has organised an industrial workshop targeted to local stakeholders of the metal manufacturing sector within the framework of the MetalMadrid event, celebrated in Madrid on October 19th-20th.
The session, entitled “ToughSteel, fracture toughness as a tool to address cracking in forming and service performance”, started with initial remarks given by Santiago Oliver, Director of Sustainability from UNESID, followed by an overview of the ToughSteel project by Isaac Justicia, Business Developer from Eurecat.
Then, Laura Grifé, researcher at Eurecat’s Metallic and Ceramic Materials Unit, presented innovative test procedures and practical cases of theindustrial application of fracture toughness assessments in sheet metals. The workshop concluded with a Q&A session conducted by Roberto Castelo, Technical and Innovation expert from UNESID.
You can download the presentations delivered here (in Spanish):
MetalMadrid is the leading event in metal manufacturing, machining and processing, with around 600 exhibitors and more than 12.600 visitors during its last edition. During the two days of duration of the exhibition, visitors have been able to network with their sector and attend industrial workshops and activities.