Nitrogen Composition And Its Effect On Magnetic Properties Of Simulated Twin-Roll Cast Non-Grain Oriented Si Steel
The effects of nitrogen on the magnetic properties of non-grain-oriented Si-steel was examined using a vacuum sampling method that closely simulates the solidification conditions of an industrial twin roll thin strip casting (TRSC) process. Samples with varying levels of nitrogen were processed and tested. The magnetic property performance decreased as nitrogen increased and then stabilized with further increases in nitrogen. No changes in the final processed grain size were observed with changing amounts of nitrogen.
H. Parrish et al., "Nitrogen Composition And Its Effect On Magnetic Properties Of Simulated Twin-Roll Cast Non-Grain Oriented Si Steel," AISTech - Iron and Steel Technology Conference Proceedings, pp. 1885 - 1892, Association for Iron and Steel Technology, Jan 2023.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.33313/387/213
Materials Science and Engineering
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Electric steel; Magnetic properties; Si-steel; Twin-roll thin strip casting
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01 Jan 2023