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Interactions Between Dry Vibratable Tundish Linings & Steel

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Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Jessica Mortimer,jmortimer@aist.org or +1.724.814.3070

AIST Webinar: 3:00 PM ET -3:45 PM ET

Interactions between a tundish working lining and molten steel were investigated using industrial samples and laboratory testing. A periclase-based dry vibrational lining containing 30 wt.% olivine was sampled from a production facility and examined. Cathodoluminescence imaging, secondary electron microscopy, energy-dispersive spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction analysis were performed to characterize the interactions. An experiment was developed to replicate the conditions found in a production tundish on the laboratory scale. Results comparing interactions observed in the laboratory lining tests and commercial samples for the lining material are presented and discussed.

Mr. Michael W. Anderson
Vice President and Director of Research
Magneco/Metrel, Inc.
Michael Anderson is vice president and director of research for Magneco/Metrel Inc. He graduated from University of Illinois in 1987 with a B.S. in ceramic engineering and an M.S. in 1989. He joined Magneco/Metrel Inc. in 1989. His contributions have helped to advance the technology of colloidal silica-bonded refractories to its current status as an internationally used refractory system in a wide range of industrial applications.

Mr. Tyler M. Richards
Missouri Univ of Science & Technology

AIST's Refractory Systems Technology Committee.




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