Air-Water Mist Cooling Characteristics of an MS Plate in a Laboratory Scale ROT - An Experimental Observation
Applied Mechanics and Materials , Volume 903, pp 45-49; https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.903.45
Abstract: Steels of various grades are ubiquitous in the modern economy. Cooling of steel during the production process is an important deciding factor about its final mechanical properties. This is dependent on the characteristics of the industrial setup and coolant used. Studies have been undertaken for analysis of their influence on the cooling rate, given specific parameters, for suitable industrial use and optimal production. The present study and experiments undertaken highlight the variation of the cooling rate of a Mild Steel Plate in a miniaturized Run Out Table (ROT), using airwater mist spray cooling under different initial plate temperatures and nozzle bank distances.
Keywords: Air-Water Mist Jet / Nozzle Bank / ROT
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