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Metals, Volume 9, Issue 4 (April 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Tundish filling operations are physically and mathematically simulated using three types of [...] Read more. Tundish filling operations are physically and mathematically simulated using three types of turbulence inhibitors TI1, TI2 and TI3. The first is the original in this caster, the second is an attempt to improve the flow but it slows down the liquid steel that it is frozen once the strand is reached. The TI3 is a compromise between the other two inhibitors. Physical and mathematical models are used to simulate the performance of the three inhibitors. The mathematical model tracks very well the interfaces between the liquid and the surrounding air. This approach proved as the best to design flow control systems. View this paper.