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|dc.identifier.citation||한국주조공학회지, v.32, no.6, pp.261 - 268||-|
|dc.description.abstract||The effects of thickness, base element and additive to inoculant on the number of eutectic cells and chill depth of thin-section gray cast iron were investigated. Meanwhile the number of eutectic cells increased by inoculation, chill depth decreased. The former decreased and the latter increased by holding the melt at the temperature range between 1,450 and 1,500oC. The former was more for the thinner casting with the thickness of 5 mm than the other. The result of thermal analysis coincided well with the change of macrostructure. The former increased and the latter decreased with the increased contents of carbon, silicon and the silicon content by inoculation. The former decreased and the latter increased with increased manganese content. The number of eutectic cells decreased as the amounts of rare earth and the bismuth added to this inoculant increased. With the addition of sulfur of 0.10 wt% of the weight of this inoculant, the maximum number of eutectic cells was obtained.||-|
|dc.subject||Gray cast iron||-|
|dc.title||박육주철의 공정 셀 수와 칠 깊이에 미치는 두께, 기본 원소 및 접종제 첨가 원소의 영향||-|
|dc.title.alternative||Effects of Thickness, Base Element and Additive to Inoculant on the Number of Eutectic Cells and Chill Depth of Thin-Section Gray Cast Iron||-|
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