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Inclusions in Continuous Cast Steel and their Detection

Inclusions in Continuous Cast Steel and their Detection ¬†Continuous casting of steel is an important process for the production of steel worldwide, owing to its inherent advantages of energy saving, high yield, flexibility of operation, and competitive quality of the cast product. With the establishment of the continuous casting as the major route of steel …

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Inclusions, Inclusion Engineering and Clean Steels

Inclusions, Inclusion Engineering and Clean Steels Inclusions are non-metallic compounds and precipitates which form in steel during its production and processing and hence are the by-products of steelmaking which arise from different chemistries and processes. Inclusions can vary widely in size and composition, giving rise to a corresponding wide range of effects and mandating sophisticated …

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