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Black The crack condition of the steel mainly depends on the magnitude of the stress and the hardness of the steel, which are generally identified by the tensile stress and the absolute hardness. Cracks are harmful as they promote the corrosion of iron and lead to rusting. The phenomenon of rusting is a major concern in the manufacturing industries, which have adverse effects on the corrosion rate, on the mechanical properties of the steel, as well as on the production cost. Cracks are often observed on ingots and bars of various types of steel produced by cast-, continuous-, and induction-heating processes. Cracks that are frequently observed on cast steel bars include single and multiple cracks along the bar face, on the bar end, on the mill finish, and on the mill rim. The most common cracks found on continuous heated steel are in the form of parallel or concentric cracks on the bar face and end. The occurrence of cracks during casting is attributed to stress concentration and the shrinkage of the steel. In addition, the defects in the steel during casting are often in the form of pores and interstitial elements, which are the major causes of cracks on the cast bar. Cast defects may be present due to a number of factors such as loss of alloying elements, nonuniform shrinkage, nonuniform heating, etc. Cracks are also caused by the injection of air or water into the mold, or the breakage of an air bubble, which may be seen in continuous cast steel bars. These defects have a direct effect on the mechanical properties and quality of the steel product. On the other hand, these defects may be easily detected during the casting process using ultrasonic techniques, X-ray methods, etc. The effect of casting defects on the mechanical properties of cast steel is more significant in low-carbon steels. The crack length and the crack density are two major factors influencing the strength of a cast steel product. In addition, the cracking of steel can significantly increase the material cost. In some cases, the cracking of steel can also lead to loss of production. In the case of cast steel bars, a two-stage process is commonly used to produce defects, mainly consisting of air-inclusions, bubbles, gas porosity, shrinkage cracks, and scale cracks. The cause of these defects during the first stage of production (before the annealing stage) is the loss of alloying elements. When there is a slow loss of alloying elements during the casting process, which is more




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