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Sensors, Sampling, and Simulation for Process Control
Many quality problems in continuous-cast steel are related to mold level fluctuations, stickers, deep oscillation marks, and other events at the meniscus. These phenomena may be detected by monitoring temperature signals in the wall of the copper mold. This work applies computational models of transient heat conduction to investigate the potential capabilities of mold thermocouples to detect such phenomena by computing the sensitivity of the detected signal to heat flux variations at thedoi:10.1002/9781118061800.ch14 fatcat:eggef6hihbhkxevpzmbu7rieru