Metallurgy of Cast Iron

Sinha, S K (1994) Metallurgy of Cast Iron. In: Workshop for Small Scale Foundries as a part of Skill-Cum- Technology Upgradation Programme, December 26-27, 1994, NML, Jamshedpur.



Cast iron is essentially an alloy of iron-carbon (carbon > 2%) containing other important elements such as Si, Mn, S&P. It also contain trace elements (<0.1%) and alloying elements (.0.1%) which modify the structure and properties of the resulting alloy markedly. The alloy is used in the as cast condition or after heat-treatment.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:machinable; ferrite; pearlite; spheroidal graphite; ductile iron
Divisions:Metal Extraction and Forming
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