MT10 Rolling equipment and technologies
The Department of Rolling Equipment and Technologies was founded in 1949.
The department trains specialists in the specialization "Design of technological complexes of rolling production". Master's program "Rolling Equipment and Technologies". During its existence, the department has trained more than 2000 engineers, more than 20 doctors and 160 candidates of technical sciences, among which about 50 State Prize laureates. The teaching staff of the department includes 3 professors and 7 candidates of technical sciences. The department conducts scientific research related to the production of large-diameter welded pipes for the oil and gas industry, the improvement of the design of pipe rolling units for the production of small-diameter pipes, the development of a new multilayer material with an ultra-fine-grained structure, the solution of deformation and thermal problems. All studies include finite element calculations in modern software systems. The training laboratory consists of compact rolling mills and auxiliary equipment, such as heating furnaces, scissors, cleaning plants.
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Практика и будущая карьера
Students of the department undergo practical training at enterprises of the metallurgical industry: Novolipetsk Metallurgical Combine, Lipetsk; NLMK, Kaluga; Vyksa Metallurgical Plant, Vyksa, Chelyabinsk Pipe Rolling Plant; Research Institute: JSC AHK VNIIMETMASH, TsNIIchermet im. Bardin; companies producing roll forming equipment. The field of professional activity of graduates: scientific research in the field of: continuous casting of steel, hot and cold rolling, powder metallurgy, pipe and roll forming production; development of new processes and equipment for obtaining rolled products; computer modeling of technological processes; organizational and managerial activities, both in the development of new technologies and in the implementation of investment projects. Graduates of the department work as leading designers, technologists, heads of departments of research organizations and enterprises of the metallurgical and machine-building industries.