volume 22, issue 6, P29-35 1970
DOI: 10.1007/bf03355644
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Abstract: There are at least two contemporary philosophies r'egarding the tundish: one is to give it short measure from the standpoints of design, planning, and expense and to expect operating trouble. The second is to expand large amounts of time and funds in planning, testing, engineering, and equipment and to expect that it will work. Jones & Laughlin chose the latter approach in its trials and we are confident that our system will be satisfactory when placed in operation, although we realize some modifications may …

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