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Computational modeling of heat transfer and microstructure development in the electroslag cladding heat affected zone of low alloy steels

  title={Computational modeling of heat transfer and microstructure development in the electroslag cladding heat affected zone of low alloy steels},
  author={Mengnie Victor Li},
  • M. Li
  • Published 1996
  • Materials Science
COI\tlPUTATIONAL MODEL OF HEAT TRA1"lSFER AND MICROSTRUCTURE DEVELOPEMENT IN THE ELECTROSLAG CLADDING HEA T AFFECTED ZONE OF LOW ALLOY STEELS Mengnie Li, Ph. D Supervising Professor: David G. Atteridge The objective of this research work was to predict through modeling the microstructural development and resultant hardness in the heat affected zone of multipass electroslag cladding. Before this study, there were reported successes of using the Watt algorithm for such a purpose. The Watt… 
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