Main processes in steel production with continuously cast method

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Continuous casting, initially introduced in 1840, is an attractive method in mass producing semi-finished metal shapes (slabs, blooms, and billets) from molten metal. More than 50% of current world’s steel production is produced by continuous casting. Today, annually 750 million tons of steel in the steel-making operation, 20 million tons of aluminium and many tons of other alloys are directly cast from molten metal by continuously casting method. This paper presents a
short review over the processes in consciously cast steel.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages5
Specialist publicationSteel Grips: Journal of Steel and Related Materials
Publication statusPublished - 6 May 2015


  • steel production
  • continuously cast method
  • solidification process
  • Kawasaki steel caster
  • secondary cooling
  • solidification of steel
  • cast steel
  • process technology


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