Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 97, Number 3, Mars 2000
|Page(s)||309 - 316|
|Published online||13 January 2017|
Developpement of a process fot producing extremely low carbon steel at Nippon Steel, Yawata Works*
Amélioration du procédé de production d’acier à ultra-bas carbone à Nippon Steel Yawata
Nippon Steel, Yawata Works has developed a process for economically producing on a large scale steels which are almost pure iron in terms of carbon content (a few ppm carbon in the cast slab). These steels have excellent formability, namely more than 55 % in elongation and 2.5 in Lankford value. The key technologies on which this process is based are the development of an innovative degasser and the improvement of the continuous casting process.
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