Solution of reverse and inverse problems of thermal processes in metallurgy by electrical simulation
Methods of electrical simulation of problems of solidification within a temperature range are presented. Unique features in solutions of reverse and inverse problems are noted. Certain thermophysical properties of the crystallizing “steel ingot-gray iron mold” system are obtained.
KeywordsIron Statistical Physic Mold Inverse Problem Unique Feature
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