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Russian Metallurgy (Metally)

, Volume 2013, Issue 12, pp 964–968 | Cite as

Model for the interaction of the melt components of metals and slag systems that takes into account their cluster structure

Simulation of Metallurgical Processes
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Abstract

The cluster structure of liquid metals and slag systems is thermodynamically described at the electronic level of unit elements. A model developed on this basis is used to study the dependence of the nitrogen solubility in steel and to calculate the dynamic viscosity and electrical conductivity of manganese ferroalloy systems.

Keywords

RUSSIAN Metallurgy Cluster Structure Liquid Steel Nitrogen Solubility Slag System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Metallurgical Academy of UkraineDnepropetrovskUkraine

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