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    STP1195

    Advances in the Production of Bearing Steels by Modern Secondary Metallurgy and Continuous Casting

    Published: 01 January 1993


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    Abstract

    Advanced production routes for billets, bars, and wire-rods for bearing application are discussed. The influence of modern secondary metallurgy, continuous casting, heating, rolling and heat-treatment on the critical product properties, especially non-metallic inclusions and microstructure, is presented.

    Never-ending process improvement is the key to ensuring high consistency, reliability, and profitability.

    Keywords:

    production route for bearing steel products, secondary metallurgy, continuous casting, rolling and heat-treatment, nonmetallic inclusions, microstructure


    Author Information:

    Kremer, K-J
    Krupp Stahl AG, Siegen,

    Jung, H-P
    Krupp Stahl AG, Siegen,

    Peschke, G
    Krupp Stahl AG, Siegen,

    Rakoski, F
    Krupp Stahl AG, Siegen,


    Committee/Subcommittee: A01.28

    DOI: 10.1520/STP24840S