Influence of Silicon and Manganese on the Peritectic Range for Steel Alloys

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Influence of Silicon and Manganese on the Peritectic Range for Steel Alloys. / Presoly, Peter; Bernhard, Christian.

In: Iron and Steel Technology, Vol. 2017, No. 4, 04.2017.

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title = "Influence of Silicon and Manganese on the Peritectic Range for Steel Alloys",
abstract = "Silicon is a powerful ferrite former and hence is expected to constrict the hypoperitectic range. Extensive differential scanning calorimetry measurement on Fe-C-Si-Mn samples and commercial steel grades proved a less significantimpact of silicon on carbon steel grades, but a strong interaction with manganese-alloyed steel grades during solidification. Plant observations on a slab casting machine confirm these results. These new findings are currently used to assess thermodynamic databases and will allow more precise solidification calculations in the future.",
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PY - 2017/4

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N2 - Silicon is a powerful ferrite former and hence is expected to constrict the hypoperitectic range. Extensive differential scanning calorimetry measurement on Fe-C-Si-Mn samples and commercial steel grades proved a less significantimpact of silicon on carbon steel grades, but a strong interaction with manganese-alloyed steel grades during solidification. Plant observations on a slab casting machine confirm these results. These new findings are currently used to assess thermodynamic databases and will allow more precise solidification calculations in the future.

AB - Silicon is a powerful ferrite former and hence is expected to constrict the hypoperitectic range. Extensive differential scanning calorimetry measurement on Fe-C-Si-Mn samples and commercial steel grades proved a less significantimpact of silicon on carbon steel grades, but a strong interaction with manganese-alloyed steel grades during solidification. Plant observations on a slab casting machine confirm these results. These new findings are currently used to assess thermodynamic databases and will allow more precise solidification calculations in the future.

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JO - Iron and Steel Technology

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SN - 1547-0423

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