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D.I. TECHNIQUES

Suggestions for
Ductile Iron Production


 

# TITLE AUTHOR
116

THE USE OF ADI AS PATTERN TOOLING MATERIAL

Eugene C. Muratore
115

INOCULATION OF DUCTILE IRON: WHY AND WHEN?

Pierre-Marie Cabanne & Martin Gagné
114

THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR MAGNESIUM TREATMENT VARIES : 
CHECK THE FOLLOWING POINTS!

Pierre-Marie Cabanne
113

HIGH PURITY IRON VS MAN'S PIG IRON

Eugene C. Muratore
112

NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE STEELS:
A RISKY CHARGE MATERIAL FOR DUCTILE IRON FOUNDRIES

Hans Roedter 
& Andreas Gödde
111

ADVANCES IN WELDING DUCTILE IRON TO STEEL

Martin Gagné
110

"POWERFUL" DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS FOR WING ENERGY APPLICATIONS

Hans Roedter
109

MAGNESIUM CORED WIRE TREATMENT ADVANTAGES AND
DISADVANTAGES VIS-À-VIS OTHER PROCESSES

Pierre-Marie Cabanne
108

YOU PRODUCED “SOFT” DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS?
CHECK THE BORON CONTENT OF THE IRON!

Martin Gagné 
& Chantal Labrecque
107

MANGANESE
ANOTHER LOOK AT SEGREGATION

Eugene C. Muratore
106

“ THE SORELMETAL BOOK OF DUCTILE IRON “
A NEW RIO TINTO PUBLICATION TO SUPPORT THE DUCTILE IRON INDUSTRY

Martin Gagné
105

RECARBURIZATION OF DUCTILE IRON

Hans Roedter
104

THIN-WALL DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS:
A REALITY FOR LIGHT WEIGHT AUTOMOTIVE PARTS

Martin Gagné
103

THERMAL ANALYSIS :
A USEFUL TECHNIQUE FOR THE FOUNDRYMAN

Pierre-Marie Cabanne
102

4 – 6 % SILICON DUCTILE IRONS
FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE SERVICE

Hans Roedter
101 COMPOSITE DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS WITH “CAST IN”
HIGH CHROME WEAR RESISTANT INSERTS

Reginald D. Forrest
100 CASTING SHAKE-OUT OR “IS IT COLD ENOUGH YET”?
James D. Mullins
99 USE OF SILICON CARBIDE IN THE INDUCTION FURNACE
Pierre-Marie Cabanne
98 DROSS IN DUCTILE IRON
Hans Roedter
97 RIO TINTO IRON & TITANIUM UPDATES ANOTHER BOOK:
“DUCTILE IRON THE ESSENTIALS OF GATING AND RISERING SYSTEM DESIGN”
and A FEW PRACTICAL NOTES ON RISERING PROBLEMS

James D. Mullins
96 PROBLEMS TO DUCTILE IRON FOUNDRIES WHEN
USING MICRO ALLOYED AND/OR COATED STEEL SCRAP

Reginald D. Forrest
95 WHAT IS THE OPTIMUM BASE SULPHUR
CONTENT PRIOR TO NODULATISATION?

Reginald D. Forrest
94 REDUCING OXIDATION PROBLEMS IN MEDIUM
FREQUENCY INDUCTION FURNACES

James D. Mullins
93 CHUNK GRAPHITE DEFECTS IN DUCTILE IRON
James D. Mullins
92 50 YEARS OF DUCTILE IRON, QIT (NOW RIT)
AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

James D. Mullins
91 ADVANTAGES OF SORELMETAL IN YOUR FOUNDRY
SOME PRACTICAL NOTES

James D. Mullins
90 SORELMETAL FOR GGG 40.3 (HIGH IMPACT DUCTILE IRON) AS-CAST PRODUCTION?
THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

Reginald D. Forrest
89 GIVE MORE CONSIDERATION TO USING CHILLS IN THE OVERALL 
DUCTILE IRON RISERING SYSTEM

Hans Roedter
88 THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF DUCTILE IRON PRODUCTION - INOCULATION
James D. Mullins
87 IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF YOUR DUCTILE IRON
Eugene C. Muratore
86 WHAT HAVE WE DONE FOR YOU LATELY?
Reginald D. Forrest
85 BASIC DUCTILE IRON ALLOYING
James D. Mullins
84 CONTROLLING THE CHEMISTRY AND THE CHARGE MAKEUP BASED ON THE TYPE OF IRON AND THE SECTION SIZE IS VERY IMPORTANT
James D. Mullins
83 THE MARKET FOR DUCTILE IRON CASTINGS IS STILL GROWING
James D. Mullins
82 MEETING LOW TEMPERATURE PROPERTY SPECIFICATIONS IN DUCTILE IRON
Reginald D. Forrest
81 WELDING OF DUCTILE IRON
Hans Roedter
80 CONTROLLING THE TRAMP (HARMFUL) ELEMENT CONTENT 
WILL MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER

James D. Mullins

 

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