Assimilation of Steel Contemporary Extra-Furnace Treatment Technology with the Aim of Reducing Metal Contamination with Nonmetallic Inclusions
Contemporary technology of steel extra-furnace treatment that makes it possible to reduce scrap with respect to non-metallic inclusions is considered. Improvement of steel extra-furnace technology makes it possible to improve quality indices and increase finished metal output under PAO TAGMET conditions.
Keywordselectric steelmaking extra-furnace treatment unit ladle metallurgy arc steelmaking furnace oxidation bay window metal charge scrap dephosphorization oxidation period refining steel desulfurization nonmetallic inclusions
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