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Study of Mold Flux Heat Transfer Property by Using Thermal Imaging Enhanced Inferred Emitter Technique

  • Kaixuan Zhang
  • Wanlin WangEmail author
  • Haihui Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the The Minerals, Metals & Materials Series book series (MMMS)

Abstract

A thermal imaging enhanced inferred emitter technique was developed to investigate the heat transfer behavior of mold flux. Then, the phase transformation behavior, the heat transfer behavior, the temperature field evolution and the mold/slag interfacial thermal resistance evolution for a demonstration experiment of medium carbon mold flux slag disk were in situ recorded. The demonstration experiment results showed that the phase transformation behavior of mold flux significant affected the radiation heat transfer. And the phase transformation behavior also led to the change of temperature distribution on the slag. According to the in situ observation of slag temperature field, the crystallization behavior of mold flux made the high-temperature region move toward the crystalline layer. The variation of the mold/slag interfacial thermal resistance Rint also had been directly obtained with the help of thermal imager. Rint decreased with the increase of mold/slag interfacial temperature. In addition, mold/slag interfacial deformation and the decrease of interfacial temperature caused by the crystallization behavior led to an increase of Rint.

Keywords

Mold flux In situ Heat transfer Inferred emitter technique Phase transition Mold/slag interfacial thermal resistance 

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Acknowledgements

The financial supports from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51704333, U1760202), and Newton Advanced Fellowship (NA150320) are great acknowledged.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Metallurgy and EnvironmentCentral South UniversityChangshaChina

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