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Heat treatment of steel 110G13L with utilization of residual casting heat

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    Heat treatment with utilization of residual casting heat makes it possible to shorten the heat-treatment time, reduce the cooling time of the castings in the molds, improve the operating characteristics of castings, and combine melting, casting, and heat treatment in one automatic production line.

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    High homogeneity of austenite in steel 110G13L is ensured by the following treatment: Knockout at 1100–1180°, transfer to a furnace heated to 1050–1080°, holding 3–5 h, and water quenching. The castings should not be allowed to cool below Arm on the Fe−Mn−C phase diagram during knockout, cleaning, and transfer to the furnace.

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    The introduction of heat treatment of steel 110G13L utilizing residual casting heat in the foundry of the Kostroma Strommashina Plant is expected to produce savings of ∼80 rubles per ton of castings.

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    L. I. Parfenov, G. A. Sorokin, and A. É. Matyuk, "Effect of the shape and location of carbides on the wear resistance and mechanical properties of steel G13L," Liteinoe Proizvod., No. 8, 28 (1968).

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Karavaevo Kostroma Agricultural Institute. Translated from Metallovedenie i Termicheskaya Obrabotka Metallov, No. 1, pp. 16–21, January, 1980.

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Shikolaev, V.P. Heat treatment of steel 110G13L with utilization of residual casting heat. Met Sci Heat Treat 22, 19–25 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00699466

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Keywords

  • Furnace
  • Heat Treatment
  • Austenite
  • Phase Diagram
  • Mold