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Casting of steel from the tundish of a continuous caster with a sliding gate
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The continuous casting of steel in a section continuous caster with a three-plate sliding gate placed in the tundish is considered. The main causes of casting-channel clogging in casting are shown to be related to the displacement of the central plate with respect to the two other plates and to high heat removal through the tundish nozzle walls. The results obtained are used to find the rational displacement of the central plate and to correct the casting channel diameter.
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Original Russian Text © A.N. Smirnov, A.S. Khobta, E.N. Smirnov, A.I. Serov, A.P. Verzilov, 2011, published in Elektrometallurgiya, 2011, No. 12, pp. 9–14.
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