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Continuous casting

Continuous casting

proceedings of technical sessions of the Iron and Steel Division held in Detroit, Michigan, October 24, 1961 ; continuous casting, sponsored by Physical Chemistry of Steelmaking Committee ; working of cast structures, sponsored by Mechanical Working Committee, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers

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Published by Interscience Publishers in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Continous casting.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWorking of cast structures.
    Statementedited by D. L. McBride and T. E. Dancy.
    ContributionsDancy, T. E., McBride, David Lytle, 1908-, Metallurgical Society of AIME. Iron and Steel Division. Mechanical Working and Steel Processing Committee, Metallurgical Society of AIME. Iron and Steel Division. Physical Chemistry of Steelmaking Committee
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN"750"M3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 255 p. :
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21658098M
    LC Control Number62-18699

    In continuous casting, molten Continuous casting book is poured into an open-ended mold that can be made of graphite or copper. Other casters also have a straight mold and a vertical secondary cooling zone, but they bend the strand on its way down, after it has solidified, into a horizontal direction and cut it on a run-out table. The Process Molten metal, from some nearby source, is poured into a tundish. The tundish is placed about feet above the ground level and the whole process of casting sues gravity to operate.

    Continuous casting book is another commonly used setup for cutting lengths of metal casting strand from a continuous casting operation. Twin-belt continuous casting is a near net shape casting process, which significantly reduces the need for secondary rolling or forming operations. For example, when casting copper anode plate the cast slab is not rolled but rather sheared directly into distinct anode plates. Molten metal is cast through a mold, the casting takes the two dimensional profile of the mold but its length is indeterminate.

    Further, the carefully controlled process also reduces errors leading Continuous casting book better quality steel casts. Chains of rectangular steel or copper blocks moving with the belts and spaced according to the desired cast width form the sides of the mold. Top: Velocity field with streamlines. New molten metal is constantly supplied to the mold, at exactly the correct rate, to keep up with the solidifying casting. In the image below, billets are exiting the concast machine onto a discharge table, where the strands are being cut.


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Read the Full User Story. Typically, steel casting solidifies along the walls Continuous casting book the casting and then gradually moves to the interior of the steel casting. Twin-belt continuous casting employs a moving mold consisting of parallel carbon-steel belts held in tension as top and bottom casting surfaces.

Figure There needs to be an initial setup for a continuous casting operation, since Continuous casting book can not just pour molten metal through an empty system to start off the process.

Further, it helps in the standardized production of steel cast. The inert gas will push away any other gases, such as oxygen, that may react with the metal.

The process Continuous casting has several advantages but it is also a process that needs distinct resources. Continuous casting has been moving to "thin slab continuous casting". Commonly used in manufacturing industry, this process will change the direction of flow of the metal strand from vertical to horizontal.

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This particular casting operation uses the force of gravity to fill the mold and to help move along the continuous metal Continuous casting book. A breakout is usually due to the shell wall being too thin to support the liquid column above it, a condition which has several root causes often related to heat management.

This casting process helps in eliminating many steps in Continuous casting book casting process like ingot teeming, stripping, primary rolling, etc. Liquid metal is introduced into a short, intensively cooled mold, which may include graphite inserts, from a tundish or launder.

If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information. This helps to change the direction of flow of the steel slab from vertical to horizontal. Retrieved As the term boil suggests, this reaction is extremely fast and violent, generating large amounts of hot gas, and is especially dangerous if it occurs in the confined spaces of a casting machine.

You can make a long rod with a circular cross-section. When casting wide strip, these forces must be controlled to eliminate buckling and reduce thermal distortion of the belt at the mold entrance.

Basically the system can sense what the level of molten metal is, knows what the level should be, and can control the pouring of the metal from the tundish to ensure the smooth flow of the casting process.

Optimizing the Continuous Casting Process with Simulation

The rate of the rolling operation is synchronized with the speed that the continuous metal casting is produced and thus the two operations are combined as one. Archived from the original on The entrance of the mold is filled Continuous casting book inert gases to prevent reaction of molten steel with the gases in the environment like oxygen.

Final solidification of the strand may take place after the strand has exited the spray-chamber. D: Water-cooled copper plates.

Continuous casting book moving belt is held against the support rolls by magnetized rotating fins maintaining the belt in a flat plane. Molten metal is cast through a mold, the casting takes the two dimensional profile of the mold but its length is indeterminate. When a manufacturing operation is continuously casting steel, the reactivity of the molten steel to the environment needs to be controlled.

Computer Continuous casting book also allows vital casting data to be transmitted to other manufacturing centres particularly the steelmaking furnacesallowing their work rates to be adjusted to avoid Continuous casting book or 'underrun' of product.

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The PLC can also set the mould oscillation rate and the rate of mould powder feed, as well as the flow of water in the cooling sprays within the strand. While in other casting processes, each step of casting heating of the metal, poring of the molten liquid into casts, solidification and cast removal are a sequential process, in continuous casting all steps occur congruently and hence it saves a lot of processing time.galisend.com - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily.

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Prior to the introduction of continuous casting in the s, steel was poured into stationary molds to form. An integrated understanding of heat transfer during solidification, friction/lubrication at solid–liquid interface, high temperature properties of the solidifying shell etc.

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Engineering new steel grades also involves the need for developing their casting process from scratch. Therefore,Author: Jan Falkus.Ebook 29,  · It also covers basic open hearth, electric arc furnace and stainless steelmaking, before discussing the area of casting of liquid steel—ingot casting, continuous casting and near net shape casting.

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