Impact of Mould Powder on Slab Lubrication / Wpływ Zasypki Krystalizatorowej Na Smarowanie Płaskiego Wlewka Ciągłego

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The paper presents results of industrial experiments with application of mould powders characterized with similar chemical composition, with different density and form: pulverized, granulated and formed. Impact of mould powder form on intensity of lubrication and its consumption is defined on the basis of the results of industrial tests of continuous casting of low carbon steel, 1030×220 mm format.

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