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Advanced Computational Methods and Experiments in Heat Transfer XIII
The non-uniform heat transfer through mold flux film induces breakout during continuous casting and surface defects on final casting steel products. It is significantly desirable to control the heat transfer rate from steel strand to copper mold during the casting process. Among the various modes of heat transfer through mold flux film, thermal radiation is believed to be dominant during initial solidification near meniscus. However, no systematic investigations have been carried out todoi:10.2495/ht140051 fatcat:udkq75dcjfcmnkc2ntxf2htpii