Changing the hydrogen content of alloy steel in relation to the technology used to cool cast slabs
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Results are reported from the production of two trial heats of alloy steel in which the cast slabs were cooled in a thermostatted chamber and in a dense stack. It is shown that cooling slabs in such a chamber makes it possible to reduce the hydrogen content of the steel 30% compared to slabs that are cooled while stacked.
KeywordsAlloy Steel Hydrogen Content Cylindrical Specimen Semifinished Product Axial Region
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