Improving rail-steel production
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A new production technology for vacuum-treated rail steel has been developed, with reduced carbon content (0.10%) at discharge from the furnace and the addition of carbon-bearing materials on ladle intake. This technology reduces the total oxygen content of the steel and the content of brittle-fracturing oxide inclusions in the rail, without impairing the physicomechanical properties.
- Gel’d, P.V. and Ryabov, R.A., Vodorod v metallakh i splavakh (Hydrogen in Metals and Alloys), Moscow: Metallurgiya, 1974.
- Improving rail-steel production
Steel in Translation
Volume 43, Issue 2 , pp 69-72
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