By Richard Budynas
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This change in composition results in segregation. When large areas of the casting show differences in composition from the nominal composition of the alloy that was poured to make the casting, macrosegregation results. However, segregation also occurs between the dendrite arms (microsegregation), where solidification is taking place. Segregation has a number of effects. During solidification, segregation causes the composition to change locally through the casting. This local change in composition may result in the formation of different phases or compounds, such as carbides or intermetallic phases, which would not otherwise be stable at the nominal composition of the alloy.
In a universal mill, all faces are rolled at the same time. In other mills, only two sides of the 34 / Metals Fabrication—Understanding the Basics steel are rolled at any one time, the piece of steel being turned over to allow the other two sides to be rolled. Cooling Beds and Runout Tables. Following hot rolling, the steel is generally cooled down to room temperature. For plates and bars this is carried out on cooling beds. For strip it is carried out on runout tables and during holding, which follows coiling.
Chapter 2: Casting / 49 Casting Alloys Alloys used for casting may have the same composition as wrought alloys. However, many casting alloys have been developed expressly for casting and do not have wrought alloy counterparts. They are only used in the cast form, because their performance depends on their unique metallurgical structure produced during solidification. In addition, many of the alloys that do exist in both the cast and wrought form often have slight variations in chemistry to facilitate the casting process.
Advanced strength and Applied Stress Analysis by Richard Budynas