The Effects of Zirconium in Cast Iron
C. M. OFFENHAUER; J. F. COLLINS
Zirconium markedly affects the formation of graphite in cast iron and may promote the formation of normal flake gaphite, fine flakes of eutectiform graphite, or spheroid nodular graphite, according to the composition of the iron and the amount of the zirconium addition. Usually, it is employed in the form of a complex addition agent in order to facilitate its introduction and to guide its effect.
Additions, Alloys, Bars, Cast iron, Cast Iron Research Association, graphite, grey iron, magnesium, zirconium, formation, Graphite, Iron, Magnesium, Structure, Zirconium