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Nonmetallic oxide inclusions and oxygen in the vacuum-jet refining of steel

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The behavior of nonmetallic oxide inclusions and oxygen in the vacuum-jet refining of steel is investigated.

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    Knuppel, H., Desoxydation und Vakuumbehandlung von Stahlschmelzen, Dusseldorf: Verlag Stahleisen, 1970.

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    Narita, K., Theory of Vacuum Refining of Liquid Steel, Tetsu to Hagane, 1971, vol. 57, no. 14, pp. 2253–2272.

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Correspondence to V. S. Gulyakov.

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Original Russian Text © V.S. Gulyakov, A.S. Vusikhis, D.Z. Kudinov, 2012, published in “Stal’,” 2012, No. 11, pp. 28–30.

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Gulyakov, V.S., Vusikhis, A.S. & Kudinov, D.Z. Nonmetallic oxide inclusions and oxygen in the vacuum-jet refining of steel. Steel Transl. 42, 781–783 (2012) doi:10.3103/S0967091212110034

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Keywords

  • Manganese Oxide
  • Liquid Steel
  • Chromon
  • Vacuum Treatment
  • Total Oxygen Content