afterblow

afterblow

[′af·tər‚blō]
(metallurgy)
A blow in a Bessemer process, occurring after the flame for the removal of carbon has dropped, to remove phosphorus.
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Hence very long demold times are required to avoid afterblow and even then, post demold shrinkage remains a problem.
The CFC blown and N blown systems are dimensionally stable, showing no afterblow after demolding and less than 0.
These problems being, as mentioned above, dimensional stability which manifests itself as afterblow and shrinkage.