Tundish

The word tundish originates from a shallow wooden dish with an outlet channel, fitting into the bunghole of a tun or cask and forming a kind of funnel for filling it. These were originally used in brewing. == Plumbing == The term is still used today in plumbing, where a funnel or hopper is filled by an outlet pipe above it. This is often provided ...
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tundish

(from the article `steel`) The key control parameter of continuous casting is matching the flow of liquid steel into the mold with the withdrawal speed of the strand out of the ...
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