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A thermomechanical modelling of continuous casting to master steel slabs internal soundness and surface quality

Abstract : The development of high tensile strength steels with higher levels of alloying elements needs the implementation of operating means in the continuous casting machine to master slabs internal soundness and surface quality. In order to define optimal process parameters according to the characteristics of the different continuous casting machines and to optimize the revamping of older equipment, thermomechanical modelling of the steel slab behaviour during casting has been carried out. This paper presents the results of simulations performed to check the potential of this modelling.
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Nicolas Triolet, Manuel Bobadilla, Michel Bellet, Laure Avedian, Pierre Mabelly. A thermomechanical modelling of continuous casting to master steel slabs internal soundness and surface quality. Revue de Métallurgie, 2005, pp.Pages 343-353. ⟨10.1051/metal:2005129⟩. ⟨hal-00574301⟩

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