British Steel: Technology Tuesdays in Session for Spring

The British Steel technologies team returns once again with a spring term of technology Tuesdays lunchtime webinars.

This series of lunchtime webinars from the British Steel Rail Technologies team will explore the team’s combined rail and metallurgical expertise – helping the industry improve operational performance and railway safety.

The new programme will begin on Tuesday 13 April from 12.30-13.15.

Technology Tuesdays Spring Timetable

April
Tues 13 – Materials testing for service life prediction
Tues 27 – Welding analysis for a safe and efficient network

May
Tues 11 – Forensic investigation of rail degradation
Tues 25 – Efficient handling for excellent rail products

June
Tues 8 – Zinoco: Revisiting the end of the line for rail corrosion

To tune into the next sessions, please register here. For more information, please contact British Steel.

Rail Technologies Manager ,Dr Lindsey Smith, said:

“Last summer’s series was born out of a need to continue helping customers achieve more rail life with less track maintenance, in a time when meeting face-to-face was out of the question. Building on its success, we held an autumn term where we took things back to basics, looking at rail manufacturing, grade selection and a range of welding techniques.

“We were joined by attendees from right across the railway industry who repeatedly told us they want to know more about what we do and how we can help them.

“This term, we’ll be exploring the team’s combined rail and metallurgical expertise – helping the industry improve operational performance and railway safety.”

 

This article was originally published by British Steel.

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