1 edition of Continuous casting of steel in the USSR found in the catalog.
Published 1966 by Administrator in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Bibliography: p. 1-175.
|Statement||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development|
|Publishers||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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However, most modern steels are now continuously cast. When casting large cross sections, such as slabs, a series of rolls must support the soft steel shell between mold exit and the metallurgical length, in order to minimize bulging due to the internal liquid pressure. Owing to the length of the study, it is presented in two parts, the first of which describes the experimental techniques employed in the instrumentation of the mold together with the details of the industrial trials and mold temperature measurements.Iron and Steel Society, Warrendale, PA, 1979, vol.
The Soviet scientific school, among whose founders were P.
steel tower 1914-18 War again World War I weaponry consisted of various types of steel weapons standardised and improved over the preceding period together with some newly developed types using innovative technology and a number of improvised weapons used in trench warfare. If this distance is greater than 0. It is Continuous casting of steel in the USSR important that the metal supply afterwards be guaranteed to avoid unnecessary shutdowns and restarts, known as 'turnarounds'.
The accuracy of the execution of geometric dimensions in the manufacture of turrets by casting remained much lower than in the manufacture of them from rolled steel plates. These processes are the most efficient way to solidify large volumes of metal into simple shapes for subsequent processing.
Below the mold exit, the thin solidified shell 6— 20 mm thick acts as a container to support the remaining liquid, which makes up the interior of the strand. But in same period of time in the 1-st half of 70-s it became evident, that future development of tank cast turrets has no long term perspectives comparing to welded design.
all thermophysical properties are constant;• Today also the energy efficiency and the ecological aspects are of special importance.
However, too much alumina in the steel will clog the casting nozzles and cause the steel to 'choke off'.
Turnarounds may be scheduled into a production sequence if the tundish temperature becomes too high after a certain number of heats or the service lifetime of a non-replaceable component i.
Computer control also allows vital casting data to be transmitted to other manufacturing centres particularly the steelmaking furnaces , allowing their work rates to be adjusted to avoid 'overflow' or 'underrun' of product.