|About this Abstract
||2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Materials Processing Fundamentals
||The Use of the PDA Method to Obtain Process Feedback on Inclusion Characteristics Based on Production Samples
||Par Jonsson, Andrey Karasev, Jesper Janis, Fredrik Larsson, Diana Janis
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
In modern steel making one very important piece of information that is missing, to obtain an optimum process control with respect to a total steel quality, is the inclusion characteristics. However, during the recent years promising results have been obtained by determining the inclusion characteristics using the PDA (Pulse Distribution Analysis) method. The advantage with the PDA method is that the existing production steel samples can be used as when determining the total element contents and that the operators can get a process feedback within 5 – 7 minutes. In this study, examples of studies to try to apply the PDA method in production for both low-carbon and stainless steel samples will be presented.
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