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000160263 037__ $$aARTICLE
000160263 245__ $$aAbout Initial Solidification In Continuous Casting Of Steel
000160263 269__ $$a2008
000160263 260__ $$c2008
000160263 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000160263 520__ $$aHigh solidification velocities, high temperature gradients and strong melt flow characterize the first moments of solidification in a continuous caster. The beginning of shell growth in the meniscus area is determined by the local heat flow, the strength of the shell and the fluid dynamics. In this region of the process, surface defects such as oscillation marks form, which influence the shell growth processes in the mould. Phase (ferrite/austenite) and microstructure selections (cells/dendrites) operate in this part of the process and control microsegregation, mechanics and defects of the surface region of the product. One of the most serious problems is hot cracking and a proper control of the casting parameters and of the steel composition is essential for obtaining high quality products. Stainless steels are highly sensitive to these phenomena. Control of deformation of the solid with a mushy zone is also of great importance as it is an input for machine design.
000160263 6531_ $$aoscillation marks
000160263 6531_ $$ameniscus
000160263 6531_ $$arapid solidification
000160263 6531_ $$aphase selection
000160263 6531_ $$ashell strength
000160263 6531_ $$ahot cracking
000160263 6531_ $$aLow-Carbon Steel
000160263 6531_ $$aCr-Ni Alloys
000160263 6531_ $$aSurface Quality
000160263 700__ $$0241919$$aKurz, W.$$g105597
000160263 773__ $$k7-8$$q56-64$$tMetallurgia Italiana
000160263 8564_ $$s1630824$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/160263/files/Kurz%2C%20AIM%202008.pdf$$yPublisher's version$$zn/a
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000160263 937__ $$aEPFL-ARTICLE-160263
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000160263 980__ $$aARTICLE