Heat and mass transfer in a solidfying binary melt under mixed convection with account for turbulence
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A generalized mathematical model has been developed for heat transfer and hydrodymanics with account for turbulence in the stages of pouring and subsequent formation of a steel ingot.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Convection Mathematical Model Mass Transfer Statistical Physic
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