Measurement Techniques

, Volume 25, Issue 8, pp 639–641 | Cite as

Method of determining the solidified shell thickness in continuous casting

  • A. S. Oganesov
Linear and Angular Measurements
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Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Continuous Casting Shell Thickness Solidify Shell Thickness 

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