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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Pan American Materials Congress: Steels
Presentation Title The Research on the Relationship between Gas Movement Behaviors and Circulating Flow of the Molten Steel in RH
Author(s) Jialiang Xu, Yanping Bao, Lihua Zhao, Min Wang, Lu Lin, Yadi Li, Xingle Fan
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Jialiang Xu
Abstract Scope Circulating kinetic energy has important influences on process of rapid decarburization rate in RH. A physical model of 300 t RH in 1:6 ratio is established to study the relationship between gas behaviors and circulating kinetic energy in this paper. The studies showed that the circulating kinetic energy of liquid steel has an exponential relationship with the bubble velocity and gas volume fraction (17%~26%) However, the proportion that the circulating kinetic energy accounted for the total energy is less than 1%, when the void fraction in the up leg is lower than 22% or the bubble velocity less than 0.5m/s. Therefore, in order to avoid appearing lowest energy value and take advantage of gas-driven energy, must satisfy threes below requests. Ensuring the void fraction is greater than 22%. The vacuum chamber bubble residence time is around 0.15s. And the bubble rising velocity is not less than 0.5m/s. Satisfying the above conditions can optimize flow effect of molten steel and improve the decarbonization
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PAN-61: Hydrogen Gaseous Embrittlent Effect over Mechanical Properties of a Heat Treated Experimental Microalloyed Steel with Different Cooling Rates
PAN-62: Influence of Oxide Size and Composition on MnS Formation in Continuous Casting Slab of Low Carbon Steel
PAN-63: Kinetic Study of the Austenite Decomposition during Continuous Cooling in a Welding Steel
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PAN-66: Tempering Response of Bainitic and Martensitic Microstructures
PAN-67: Using CCT and TTT Diagrams Obtained by Simulation for Developing AHSS
Study on Adjustment and Optimization of LF Refining Slag of Spring Steel 55SiCrA
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The Effect of Deoxidation Practice on Quality Characteristics of Converter Refined AISI 1006 Steel
The Effect of Particle Speed and Impact Angle on the Erosion of Newly Developed API X120 Pipeline Steel
The Influence of Hydrogen on Tensile Properties of TRIP-aided Bainitic Ferrite Steels with Carbon/Manganese Variations
The Research on the Relationship between Gas Movement Behaviors and Circulating Flow of the Molten Steel in RH

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