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Vacuum Induction Melting – Optimisation of Pressure Dependent Reactions

@inproceedings{Hasenhndla2015VacuumIM,
  title={Vacuum Induction Melting – Optimisation of Pressure Dependent Reactions},
  author={R. Hasenh{\"u}ndla and P. Presolyb and W. Sch{\"u}tzenh{\"o}fera and R. Tanzera and F. Hildebranda and G. Reitera},
  year={2015}
}
  • R. Hasenhündla, P. Presolyb, +3 authors G. Reitera
  • Published 2015
  • The VIDP (Vacuum Induction Degassing and Pouring) is the most important melting plant in the production of high-purity steels for aircraft and aerospace industry. Those material grades are featured by a very low level of trace elements such as oxygen, nitrogen and in many cases carbon. During vacuum melting pressure dependent reactions like nitrogen removal, vacuumdecarburisation and vacuum-deoxidation can proceed and control the content of those trace elements. But thermodynamic equilibrium… CONTINUE READING

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