Intensification of the process of hardening long cylindrical steel products
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Cooling by dispersed water, with a wetting density of ∼200 m3/(m2·h), entails a more intense cooling process than cooling by continuous jets; this makes it possible to reduce the cooling zone by one-half to three-quarters and the water flow rate by three-quarters. The cooling intensity is determined principally by the change of the degree of utilization of the water.
KeywordsWater Flow Cool Process Steel Product Water Flow Rate Cool Zone
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