The MURC Process
Ferro-Alloy Production: Part One
Laser Beam Welding: Part Two
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The MURC process separates and therefore provides opportunities for optimization in the four principle steel refining processes and in addition specific focus on the converter-type methodology.
Ferro-alloys can basically by split into two groups including bulk ferro-alloys (large quantities) and special ferro-alloys (typically smaller quantities but special importance).
Through achievement of a consistently identical temperature between die and workpiece a uniform deformation can be achieved throughout the material.
One relatively new area for laser beam welding is in the welding of magnesium alloys. So far indications are positive with deep penetration welds in cast magnesium being possible with relatively low laser power.