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The National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine (NMetAU) is one of the oldest institutions of higher education for metallurgical engineering. It was established in October, 1899 as a department of Katerinoslavsky Higher Mining School. In 1912, the department was transformed into a metallurgical faculty of Katerinoslavsky Mining Institute. In 1930, it acquired the status of an independent institution of higher education and obtained the name of Dnipropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute. In 1993, the higher status of State Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was gained and fixed by the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and, in 1999, the status of the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was adopted by the Ukaz (Decree) of the President of Ukraine.


September 7, 2017 department of heat treatment metals named after academician K. F. Starodubov holds

scientific conference "TMT-technology of production of high strength fasteners. Status and prospects", the conference is timed to the 30th anniversary of TMT - technology production of high-strength fasteners production and the 85th anniversary of the leading collaborator of the department HTM Gul Yuri.

The conference was attended about 70 participants from the cities of the Dniprо, Kiev, Zaporozhye, Uzhgorod, Krivoy Rog and Druzhkivka representing Universities (NMetAU, PSACEA), research institutes (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Institute of Iron and Steel behalf   Z.I. Nekrasova, VNITI) and metal enterprises of Ukraine (PJSC "Dneprometiz", PJSC "Druzhkovka hardware plant", "Ameks Equipment Mounting", etc.), which was submitted four reports on hardware production.

 The conference was published a special issue of the journal "Metallurgical and mining industry" (No. 7, 2017) with content on the issues under consideration.


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