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Effect of electroslag refining variables on composition and properties of metals

G. Hoyle

Effect of electroslag refining variables on composition and properties of metals

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Published by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Preprint of a paper submitted for discussion at the ninth Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, London, 5 to 24 May, 1969.

StatementG. Hoyle.
SeriesPaper / Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress. Physical and Fabrication Metallurgy Section (9th : London). 1969 -- 23
ContributionsCommonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, (9th : 1969 : London)
The Physical Object
Pagination14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13953790M

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Effect of electroslag refining variables on composition and properties of metals by G. Hoyle Download PDF EPUB FB2

The strengthening of grain refining could be responsible for the increase in the tensile strength and YS of steel when Y was added.

Based on the Hall–Petch relation, the strengthening of grain refining could be expressed as σ d = K y d − 1 / 2, where K y is the material-related constant and d is the PAGS. Therefore, the finer the grain Author: Guoxing Qiu, Dongping Zhan, Changsheng Li, Yongkun Yang, Zhouhua Jiang, Huishu Zhang.

Refining of steels by ESR process improves their properties through improvement of ductility, impact trans i-tion characteristics, transverse properties, elevated temperature properties and corrosion resistance [9]- [11].

This work aims at study the suitability of electroslag process on production different advanced material such. Abstract We have studied the effect of electroslag remelting on the content and composition of non-metallic inclusions. It was found that a decrease in the non-metallic inclusion content occurred during the electroslag remelting.

Abstract. The term memory effect (ME) refers to the ability of compounds that are fabricated by plastic deformation of certain materials to regain their initial shape following effect is more fully seen in alloys that have undergone a thermoelastic martensitic transformation.

In all of the applications of alloys exhibiting ME (engines and drives, thermomechanical joints Author: V. Larin, D. Chernega. Beside the refining properties, the composition of the slag determines its physical attributes, e.g. the electrical conductivity which in turn influences power consumption and process efficiency.

Experimental In the present study six electrodes of a high-temperature steel 21CrMoV were remelted in a. we review the history of electroslag remelting. An adequate review is given by Hoyle(l) in the book "Electroslag Refining." Table 1 depicts the histori- cal development of the process.

The gestation period was long and torturous going from principles written down in to actual research in to full. A change in the chemical composition of the non-metallic inclusions was observed, while the aluminum and calcium contents were increased. The complexity of the inclusions also increased, as.

Electroslag remelting (ESR) could significantly improve the cleanliness, solidification structure, and transverse mechanical properties of steel (Shi et al., ). However, the increasing demands on steel mechanical properties urge metallurgists to make greater efforts to eliminate the defects of steel microstructure, such as shrinkage and segregation.

Electroslag remelting has been established as a new measure for the production of quality steels. Many properties of ESR steels are dramatically superior to those of conventionally produced steels. Majority of inclusions are eliminated during ESR depending on slag composition, temperature and melt rate.

Usually, after ESR, the metal does not contain sany inclusion larger than mm. The effect of electroslag remelting (ESR) on carbides in 8Cr13MoV martensitic stainless steel was experimentally studied. Phases precipitated from liquid steel during solidification were calculated using the Thermo-Calc software.

The carbon segregation was analyzed by original position analysis (OPA), and the carbides were analyzed by optical microscopy (OM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM. Effect of Electroslag Remelting Parameters on Primary Carbides in Stainless Steel 8Cr13MoV.

Wen-Tao Yu 1), The current intensity has no effect on the morphology and type of primary carbides. Under the condition of higher cooling intensity, distribution of primary carbides is more even, the size and alloy elements content of primary carbides.

2) Closed melting to avoid hydrogen pick-up from atmosphere. 3) Melt rate adjusted according to slag system, alloy composition and furnace size. 4) Gases (like nitrogen & hydrogen) need to be adjusted to lowest level in the electrode.

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The influence of chemical elements on the properties of steel are not only dependent on the type of element added to the steel but also the amount of. General processes of refining or remelting of metals; Apparatus for electroslag or arc remelting of metals Definition statement This place covers: Diverse methods for refining metals in liquid state (C22B 9/ - C22B 9/).

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The feed properties (metals, microcarbon residue. However, in the refining process, the chemical composition of the metal will remain unchanged. There are various ways to make a metal pure. Which refining method is to be chosen will depend on the physical and chemical properties of a particular metal.

Let us explore a few common methods of refining of metals. Refining The process of purifying impure metal is called refining of metal. The most important and most widely used method for refining impure metals is called electrolytic refining. Many metals like copper, zinc, tin, lead, nickel, silver, gold are refined electrolytically.

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Providing the distribution is homogenous it has little effect on the physical properties of the steel, and contrary to popular belief, it does not affect weld ability. Zirconium (Zr).

1 Material properties 1 Tensile test 1 Effect of properties on forming 10 Other mechanical tests 12 Exercises 13 2 Sheet deformation processes 14 Introduction 14 Uniaxial tension 14 General sheet processes (plane stress) 16 Yielding in plane stress 17 The flow rule 22 Work of plastic deformation Electroslag Remelting under vacuum.

The main limitation of the conventional ESR process is difficulty of removal of hydrogen exerting adverse effect on mechanical properties of steels.

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The electroslag remelting process was studied when the consumable electrode made from the powder of M2 type high-speed steel was used and the effect of outside magnetic field was applied.

The electromagnetic forces that arise from the interaction between the outside direct magnetic field and the one-phase electric current of the electroslag.

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