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By V I Lakomskii

Within the monograph, the writer summarises the implications bought in learn and investigations of the gas-liquid steel approach at temperatures ordinary of electrical arc welding and electrometallurgy procedures. particular consciousness is given to the issues of sorption of diatomic homonuclear gases, particularly nitrogen from electrical arc plasma, by means of steel melts. it's proven that once the steel absorbs the gasoline from plasma the method doesn't succeed in the thermodynamic equilibrium country. Investigations have been performed into procedures happening within the gas-plasma layer bordering with the steel. those procedures make sure the gasoline content material of liquid metal.

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Thus, having achieved equilibrium in the gas-liquid metal system in the range of two-three temperature indexes, and measuring the partial gas pressure in the gas phase and its concentration in metal at these temperatures, one can easily determine the magnitudes of relative partial enthalpy, entropy and Gibbs' energy. Index 's' (the initial letter of the word 'solution') is used to designate relative partial molar values. In conformity with the definition, relative partial Gibbs' energy at the isothermal dissolving of a diatomic gas in metal in accordance with the reaction (2) calculating for 1 g·atom is equal to The relative partial enthalpy is and the relative partial entropy is respectively.

In 1992, Professor Lakomsky was elected a Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, and in 1998 he received the title: Honoured Activits in Science and Technology in Ukraine. Professor Lakomsky has published five monographs and more than 300 scientific articles. This is his sixth book. fractions ng - mole number of gas dissolved in metal PS - gas mixture pressure, arm or Pa Pg2 -partial gas pressure in gas phase, atm or Pa Pg - Prandtl number - heat of evaporation of metal, kJ/mol - parameter of the third order of gas interaction with element i in metal solution - parameter of the second order of gas interaction with element i in metal solution R - universal gas constant, J/(g·mole) Re - Reynolds number r - radius of gas bubble in liquid metal, cm S - total area of gas interaction with liquid metal, cm2 Sa - liquid metal area heated by gas plasma flow through which gas is absorbed, cm2 Sd - liquid metal area heated by gas plasma flow through which a gas evolves from metal bath, cm2 Sc - Schmidt number Sg - partial entropy of a gas in metal solution, J/(g·atom·K) - molar entropy of a gas in gas phase, J/(g·atom·K) - relative partial entropy of a gas in a metal solution, J/(g·atom·K) - standard partial enthalpy of a gas in metal solution, J/(g·atom·K) St - Stanton number T - temperature, K t - time of gas interaction with metal, s Ua - voltage of electric arc, V V - volume of metal bath, cm3 a - coefficient of mass transfer through the boundary layer in gas phase, cm/s b - coefficient of mass transfer of a gas dissolved in metal through the diffusion boundary layer, cm/s g - density of liquid metal, g/cm3 da, dD, dv, - thickness of, respectively, temperature, diffusion and viscosity boundary layer in liquid metal, cm h - dynamic viscosity, Pa·s - chemical potential of a gas in gas phase, J/g·mole Page ix mg - chemical potential of a gas in metal solution, J/g·atom - standard chemical potential of a gas in gas phase, J/g·mole - standard chemical potential of a gas dissolved in metal, J/g·atom n - kinematic viscosity of liquid and gas, cm2/s tR - characteristic reaction time, s tD - characteristic diffusion time, s Note: The partial and general pressure of gas unlike any observables representation in S I system are given in atmospheres in order not to infringe the harmony of concept " standard state of gas "assumed in physical chemistry.

1. The variation of gas potential due to temperature for metallic solution and for gas phase. Page 3 the gas in solution and in the gas phase without regard to whether an exoergic or endoergic system is described. The different slopes of curves are indicative of different gas entropy in the two phases discussed. The gas content in metals is usually not high and consists of the ten thousandth fractions of per cent (by mass)* of hydrogen as an impurity and up to 1-2 percent of nitrogen if it is used as an alloying element in steel.

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