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Continuous Casting of Steel book. This monograph provides university professionals and students.
Continuous casting of steel by conventional oscillating mold technologies is becoming a very mature technology and current developments are focused, in general, on improvement of productivity and quality. However, a recently completed Japanese National Project on the application of electromotive force to continuous casting has had some very interesting results that could lead to radical changes in the design of future continuous casting molds. In addition, recent developments in thin slab casting have been focused on technology to allow stainless steel grades to be successfully cast.
Molecular Biology of the Cell: Problems Book. Continuous Casting of Steel. Essential Cell Biology. The Biology of Cancer. CRC Press Published September 1, 1993 Reference - 224 Pages ISBN 9780901716538 - CAT K30908.
Continuous casting, also called strand casting, is the process whereby molten metal is solidified into a "semifinished" billet, bloom, or slab for subsequent rolling in the finishing mills. Prior to the introduction of continuous casting in the 1950s, steel was poured into stationary molds to form ingots. Since then, "continuous casting" has evolved to achieve improved yield, quality, productivity and cost efficiency
I. Introduction Continuous casting is used to solidify most of the 750 million tons of steel produced in the world every year. The best models for this purpose are mechanistic models based on the fundamental laws and phenomena which govern the process, because they are more reliably extended beyond the range of data used to calibrate them. This chapter first presents an overview of the many interacting phenomena that occur during the continuous casting of steel.
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Continuous Casting of Steel; The Institute of Materials. Continuous Casting of Steel; The Institute of Materials, 1993. 118+ million publications. Recommended publications.
Continuous casting is used to solidify most of the 750 million tons of steel produced in the world every year. Like most commercial processes, continuous casting involves many complex interacting phenomena. Most previous advances have been based on empirical knowledge gained from experimentation with the process.
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