Interactions between two tundish working linings and molten steel were investigated using industrial samples and laboratory testing. Periclase-based dry vibe linings from two production facilities were sampled and examined after casting: one containing 30 wt.% olivine and one without olivine. Cathodoluminescence imaging, secondary electron microscopy, energydispersive spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction analysis were performed to characterize the interactions. An experiment was developed to replicate the conditions found in a production tundish on the laboratory scale. Results comparing interactions observed in laboratory lining tests and commercial lining samples for the two lining materials are presented and discussed.
T. M. Richards et al., "Interactions between Dry Vibratable Tundish Linings and Steel Melts," Proceedings of the AISTech 2020 (2020, Cleveland, OH), pp. 2241-2250, Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), Sep 2020.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.33313/380/242
AISTech 2020 (2020: Aug. 31-Sep. 3, Cleveland, OH)
Materials Science and Engineering
Peaslee Steel Manufacturing Research Center
Keywords and Phrases
Tundish lining; Spinel; Refractory corrosion; Tundish flux; Post-mortem; Cathodoluminescence; Magnesia; Olivine
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03 Sep 2020