continuous casting


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continuous casting

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′kast·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A technique in which an ingot, billet, tube, or other shape is continuously solidified and withdrawn while it is being poured, so that its length is not determined by mold dimensions.
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Continuous casting of metals is a process for obtaining metal blanks directly from molten metal in the form of wires, billets, blooms, tubes of different sizes.
Keywords: continuous casting of steel, product quality, process parameters, multiobjective optimization, differential evolution
Easy to navigate, interactive, and extremely user friendly, the new site contains comprehensive information about all of Rautomeads integrated melting and continuous casting machines, including the brand new RFS 'Rod from Scrap' machine, the RST 'Rod, Strip and Tube' series and the RDG model designed for production of 20,000 tonnes per year of high quality 8.
Sherman suggested that continuous casting is the way of the future for aluminum alloys.
industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil and welded tube from purchased aluminum; and/or (2) recovering aluminum from scrap and flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube in integrated mills.
Contract Awarded for Continuous casting machine production line technology and key equipment 1 set
SSI said the Redcar Blast Furnace, BOS and Continuous Casting plants have all achieved their highest weekly outputs.
His interests in metalcasting are wide-ranging and include three-dimensional techniques, investment casting and continuous casting used in steel production.
Preference is granted to projects promoting continuous casting and casting techniques as close to the final shape as possible with or without direct rolling.
While differing somewhat from its traditional continuous casting, the permanent mold process used to produce XL uses the same quality melt stock and is subject to the same quality processes designed to virtually eliminate casting defects such as gas holes, inclusions and hard spots, Dura-Bar said.
Recently research into the solidification of metals, alloys and compound crystals has expanded substantially from the early days of the Scheil and Chambers equations to new work in space material science that produces higher quality results in such fields as continuous casting.
We present an empirical study of process parameter tuning in industrial continuous casting of steel where the goal is to assure the highest possible quality of the cast steel through proper parameter setting.

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