Fine structure of wire of steel 45 melted from sponge iron
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The structure of steel melted from sponge iron is characterized by a smaller quantity of excess ferrite and larger dispersity of the structural components.
The ductility of cementite platelets is higher than in steel melted from ordinary scrap iron, evidently due to the smaller quantity of impurities in the steel.
KeywordsIron Ferrite Ductility Sponge Fine Structure
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