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Title: Influence of defects on the ductility of liquid 9X2MΦ and 75X3MΦ steel
Authors: Chikova, O. A.
Tsepelev, V. S.
V'yukhin, V. V.
Belonosov, A. V.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Influence of defects on the ductility of liquid 9X2MΦ and 75X3MΦ steel / O. A. Chikova, V. S. Tsepelev, V. V. V'yukhin [et al.] // Steel in Translation. — 2013. — Vol. 43. — № 9. — P. 566-569.
Abstract: Viscosimetric data on liquid 9X2MΦ and 75X3MΦ steel taken from working rollers of a reversible rolling mill with different ultrasonic behavior illustrate the influence of defects recorded in ultrasound monitoring on the temperature and time dependence of the liquid steel's kinematic viscosity. A Krautkremer ultrasonic defectoscope is employed in monitoring. The viscosity of the liquid steel is measured by means of damping torsional oscillations of a crucible with melt in heating and subsequent cooling in the range 1500-1580°C. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc.
Keywords: DEFECTS
STEEL
ULTRASONIC MONITORING
VISCOSITY
LIQUID STEELS
SUBSEQUENT COOLING
TIME DEPENDENCE
TORSIONAL OSCILLATION
ULTRASONIC MONITORING
ULTRASOUND MONITORING
DEFECTS
STEEL
VISCOSITY
LIQUIDS
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/27169
SCOPUS ID: 84891333623
PURE ID: 876968
ISSN: 0967-0912
DOI: 10.3103/S0967091213090040
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