Here is the listing of Best reference books on Modelling of Metallurgical Processes.
|1. “Engineering Process Metallurgy” by R. I. L. Guthrie
Book Review: This book covers the concepts of heat transfer, mass transfer, fluid flow, chemical reaction, and many different processes that happen in engineering equipment, living organisms and environment. The book makes use of simple algebra and elementary calculus and also provides many numerical methods for examining the processes that are based on physical considerations. The book also helps the readers to understand the physical aspects of heat transfer and fluid flow and rectify their analysis and interpret the results correctly.
|2. “Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow” by Patankar S. V
Book Review: This book demonstrates the advantages that the steelmaking industry and its customers have got in the past few years. The book also demonstrates the techniques that minimize impurities, nonmetallic inclusions and optimizes the casting temperature, alloy element content and homogeneity. The book demonstrates the techniques of diverse refinement processes and secondary steelmaking that are used to achieve the desired results.
|3. “Secondary Steel Making – Principles and Applications” by A. Ghosh
Book Review: This book examines the scientific basics and illustrates many unit processes that are connected to secondary steelmaking. The book also carries out synthesis of science, technology and also investigates the associated actions and its phenomena and presents a clear picture of clean steel manufacture and also provides information on the mathematical modeling that is of great importance to the field of process research.
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