MS05-45 pp101-104

@inproceedings{2008MS0545P,
  title={MS05-45 pp101-104},
  author={},
  year={2008}
}
  • Published 2008
The main demands on ladle metallurgy are good control of steel cleanliness, temperature, chemical analysis, alloying yields and degassing. Various refining methods have been developed to meet these demands, such as RH, ASEA-SKF, VOD and CAS-OB; and there are different ways to agitate and move liquid steel in the ladle, such as vacuum lifting, gas stirring and electromagnetic (induction) stirring. First introduced in 1965, LF-EMS has been installed in 100 plants and has achieved great success… CONTINUE READING

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