댓글 0건 조회 159회 작성일 2023-07-26 16:51
Due to the importance of the surface on the final slab quality, it is essential to maintain a smooth segment roll surface that is in touch with the thin solid shell during solidification. In this paper, the surface of the used continuous casting guide roll was analyzed to realize the mechanism of its surface deterioration. Surface analysis has revealed severe corrosion in two distinct areas leading to deep roughness occurring on the guide roll. Firstly, the severe corrosion follows prior austenite grain boundary due to exposure with acidic environment. Also, in heat affected zone (HAZ) where two cladding beads overlap, more severe corrosion takes place. The overheat input results in local ferritization without full melting which increases retained δ-ferrite content almost 10 times higher than surrounding area. Corrosion was observed to happen at the δ-γ interface where Cr depletion takes place.
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