Special Applications of Induction Melting and Pouring Technology

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The induction furnace has long and firmly established itself as a competitive technology for melting, holding and pouring key metals. This holds true both for the sphere of cast iron and steel as well as for copper and aluminium alloys.

As for other materials such as magnesium, zinc, silicon, nickel, chromium, silver, etc., induction technology has played a somewhat less prominent but likewise successful role. In addition, the continuous technical development of induction furnace systems – particularly at the level of power converter and circuit technology and novel furnace designs – has opened up new applications for special input materials on the one hand and selective metallurgical tasks on the other.

At the same time, new process technologies for making castings and semi-finished products have given rise to the evolution of specific melting and pouring furnaces. Conversely, induction furnace technology has actually enabled the development and industrial application of new process technologies, e. g., in the case of the horizontal continuous caster for copper materials. 

In summary, the induction furnace has increasingly evolved into a universally applicable melting, melt treatment and pouring resource.
The technical reference book "Special Applications of Inductive Melting and Pouring Technology" focuses on the use of induction furnace technology for special charge materials and metals, as well as on process technologies lying outside the main application realm.

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Titel Special Applications of Induction Melting and Pouring Technology
Untertitel

Applications / Plant Design / Processes

Autoren

Dietmar Trauzeddel

Auflage 1
Erscheinungsdatum 17.06.2019
Seitenzahl 200
Ausgabe Buch
Format Gebunden
Sprache English
Verlag Vulkan-Verlag GmbH
ISBN 978-3-8027-3126-6
EAN 9783802731266
Beschreibung

The induction furnace has long and firmly established itself as a competitive technology for melting, holding and pouring key metals. This holds true both for the sphere of cast iron and steel as well as for copper and aluminium alloys.

As for other materials such as magnesium, zinc, silicon, nickel, chromium, silver, etc., induction technology has played a somewhat less prominent but likewise successful role. In addition, the continuous technical development of induction furnace systems – particularly at the level of power converter and circuit technology and novel furnace designs – has opened up new applications for special input materials on the one hand and selective metallurgical tasks on the other.

At the same time, new process technologies for making castings and semi-finished products have given rise to the evolution of specific melting and pouring furnaces. Conversely, induction furnace technology has actually enabled the development and industrial application of new process technologies, e. g., in the case of the horizontal continuous caster for copper materials. 

In summary, the induction furnace has increasingly evolved into a universally applicable melting, melt treatment and pouring resource.
The technical reference book "Special Applications of Inductive Melting and Pouring Technology" focuses on the use of induction furnace technology for special charge materials and metals, as well as on process technologies lying outside the main application realm.

Auflagenjahr 2019
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