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Induction Furnace Operation, Cast- ing Material Properties, and Virtual Casting Process. “We were very excited to offer


short-format courses at CastExpo for the first time,” said retiring AFS CEO Jerry Call. “Te AFS Institute offers great learning opportunities and we’re very pleased to see attend- ees take advantage of that.”


Gold Medal, Scientific Merit and Service Citation Awards


During CastExpo, AFS pre- sented its top industry awards for the year—the Gold Medal, Award of Scientific Merit and Service Citation Award. Frank C. Head- ington, corporate vice president- technology, Neenah Enterprises Inc., Neenah, Wisconsin, and Douglas


M. Trinowski, vice president R&D, HA International LLC, Westmont, Illinois, were given the industry’s highest honor—the AFS Gold Medal, during the Annual Banquet on April 17. Headington was awarded the Gold Medal for “long-term contri- butions to the sustainability of the metalcasting industry through both technology efforts and mentoring the next generation of metalcasting professionals.” Trinowski received the award


for “technical contribution to the foundry industry through prod- uct/process development and to improving and developing new chemical binder systems for the metalcasting industry.” Te AFS Awards of Scientific


Merit are presented for outstanding technical papers, meritorious technical contributions or services and/or the de- velopment of a new process, production method or engineering advancement having future possibilities. Tis year’s winners were: • Dr. Simon Lekakh, research professor, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, Missouri, for research and devel- opment of practical applications related to metalcasting including inoculation of cast iron, cupola off-gas cleaning systems, control- ling the solidification structure of ferrous alloys as well as liquid metal processing.


• Raymond Monroe, executive vice president, Steel Founders’ Society of America, Crystal Lake, Illinois,


36 | MODERN CASTING May 2016


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