Crystallizer's Heat-Transferring Theory Analysis and Thermal Field Simulation
According to the complexity of Crystallizer's heat-transferring in continuous casting engineering, it is very difficult to identify and analyze the Crystallizer's temperature field. Based on classical theory, this paper's aim is to seized the conditions which can portrait the major factor in the problem, then, to establish mathematical and physical models to explore and analysis the mold's heat-transferring phenomenon. According to the actual conditions, we can determine the relevant parameters, and give two different models element simulation analysis. The results can be used by the heat-transferring structure designer and can provide some theoretical basis and reference materials for Crystallizer's monitoring.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2012
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