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A two-dimensional finite element thermomechanical approach to a global stress-strain analysis of steel continuous casting

Abstract : This paper addresses the two-dimensional finite element simulation of steel continuous casting using a global non steady-state approach. The method aims at the calculation of the thermomechanical state (temperature, deformation, stresses) of steel all along the continuous casting machine. Both plane deformation and axisymmetric versions have been developed. The first one addresses the simulation of continuous casting of slabs, taking into account the possible curvature of the machine, whereas the second one applies to cylindrical billets. The implementation of the method is validated by comparison with results from the literature. It is applied to the study of a slab continuous caster for which successive depressive and compressive stress states are revealed in the secondary cooling region.
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Michel Bellet, Alban Heinrich. A two-dimensional finite element thermomechanical approach to a global stress-strain analysis of steel continuous casting. ISIJ international, Iron & Steel Institute of Japan, 2004, 44 (10), p. 1686-1695. ⟨hal-00531205⟩

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