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The Reaction of Refractory Carbides with Molten Steels and Cast Irons

  • G. V. Samsonov
  • G. K. Kozina
  • A. D. Panasyuk
  • S. N. Bondarchuk
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)

Abstract

A study has been made of the reaction between the refractory carbides of metals of groups IV to VI and molten carbon and alloy steels and cast irons containing various forms of graphite. The reaction was determined from the nature and degree of wetting of carbide plates by the molten alloys. The sessile-drop method was used in the experiments. It was found that the carbides of group-IV metals are the most resistant to molten steels and cast irons, the resistance decreasing on passing to the carbides of metals of groups V and VI. The contact angle of wetting of the carbides decreases with rise in the carbon content of commercially pure alloys, beginning at a carbon content of 0.8%.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. V. Samsonov
  • G. K. Kozina
  • A. D. Panasyuk
  • S. N. Bondarchuk

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