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Continuous hydrogen measurement in liquid copper what can we learn?

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By Ludovic Brodusch and Juan Carlos Sanchez, Société de Coulée Continue de Cuivre, France
2003
 
Hydrogen in molten copper, a major cause of porosity in cast bars, generates surface defects in finished rod. The control of dissolved hydrogen in cast copper is important to ensuring quality improvement. In the last decade, sensors for continuous measurement in liquid copper were developed, based on technologies widely applied in the aluminum industry, that make it possible to continuously measure the hydrogen content in molten copper in industrial conditions. This paper reviews the technology.
  
 
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