Published: Jan 1975
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For the determination of the microscopic degree of cleanliness, many charts and evaluation methods are in use internationally.
A summary of the best elements from the established methods used by the experts in West Germany is described. A procedure is given to the metallographer that sufficiently describes the microscopic degree of cleanliness as to shape, frequency, and size of the inclusions. The result is suitable for a statistic evaluation with modern computers.
inclusions, ratings, iron alloys, microscopes, slags
Director, Edelstahlwerk Witten AG, Witten/Ruhr, West Germany