Sekhar, K C and Agarwal, Anup (1994) Instrumental Techniques for Chemical Analysis of Ferro-Alloys. In: 4th Refresher Course on Ferro Alloys, January 12-14, 1994, Jamedepur.
Ferro-alloys are metallic addition agents used in iron and steel making to incorporate an alloying element into the molten material or to refine steel, for example by removal of oxygen and sulphur, in which case the alloying element is only to a minor extent incorporated in the steel. These additions are made to the ladle before the pouting into moulds. Most ferro-alloys are alloys of the main element (usually, 15-85%), with iron, hence the name. Sometimes ferro-alloy contain two or three alloying elements which act in different ways and there are also complex boron alloys in which titanium and aluminum can fix the oxygen and nitrogen in the steel bath so, that the boron may enter Solution and exert a metallurgical influence.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||molten material; analytical control; chemical composition; melting processes|
|Divisions:||Metal Extraction and Forming|
|Deposited By:||Sahu A K|
|Deposited On:||13 Jul 2012 10:25|
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