日本金属学会誌

J. Japan Inst. Metals, Vol. 17, No. 8 (1953),
pp. 371-374

Considerations on the Super-Heating of Molten Cast Iron

Masao Homma


Abstract:

(1) The elimination of dissolved oxygen by carbon in cast iron melt is of importance in super-heating of cast iron. The decrease of carbon and the increase of silicon content by super-heating are not important to understand the super-heated melting. (2) The super-heated fine graphite structure is caused by super-cooling of melt accompanied by deoxidation, not by solution of graphite nucleus.


(Received 1953/12/12)

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