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a technique of casting ingots, bars, etc., in which the metal is poured into an open-ended mold, being withdrawn as it solidifies so that the solid portion of the piece retains the fluid portion within the mold.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Another finishing route, which is not used as frequently as
, is ingot casting.
Semi-finished product is then produced using
or ingot casting.
Applications include secondary cooling of
strands, roll cooling and plate cooling.
The manufacturing process involves the use of
The invention comprises a
and crystallization method for manufacturing grain-oriented magnetostrictive bodies.
Technological developments, such as
and computer controlled rolling operations, will limit employment growth.
The molten steel is cast into billets by a
The liquid steel is cast in a
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