Factors Affecting the Evolution of Inclusion Populations during Steelmaking and Casting Processes
Investigations into the evolution of inclusion populations during ladle processing and continuous casting are reviewed. Details of the steelmaking practices employed in BOP and EAF steelmaking have been observed to have a strong influence on the size distribution, quantity, composition, phases and morphology of the final inclusion population delivered to the caster. Examples of the effects of different processing paths on the evolution of inclusion populations are presented. The importance of preexisting inclusion populations on the formation and removal of new inclusion populations is also reviewed and discussed.
O. Adaba et al., "Factors Affecting the Evolution of Inclusion Populations during Steelmaking and Casting Processes," Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Science and Technology of Ironmaking & Steelmaking (2017, Kanpur, India), Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Dec 2017.
3rd International Conference on Science and Technology of Ironmaking & Steelmaking (2017: Dec. 11-13, Kanpur, India)
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Steelmaking; Inclusions; PDF Analysis; AFA Analysis; Clean Steel
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