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Buying the Liberty & Unity Silver Bar Privately minted silver bullion bars are the perfect way to buy pure physical silver at lower cost than government minted silver coins. Silver bars are easily bought, sold, stacked, stored and counted. These authentic, ten troy ounce fine silver ingots are brand new, still sealed in plastic mint packaging. Quantities of 10 silver bars are shipped in uncut mint sheets.




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Think you're skilled in the ways of the Force? Versed in the Mandalorian Way? (Okay, maybe you just pretend in the mirror.) Either way, you'll want to check out Seagate's $129.99 FireCuda Beskar Ingot External Hard Drive. This 2TB desktop drive is crafted to resemble an ingot of the virtually indestructible metal prized by the Mandalorians and decorated with important elements from the clan's symbology. The Beskar Ingot is a solid performer among external hard drives, though, as you'd expect, its connection to the Disney+ Star Wars spinoff carries a price premium. (And we're a bit puzzled by the lack of USB-C connectivity of any kind.)


While the Seagate FireCuda Beskar Ingot PCIe 4 SSD has a similar Mandalorian-themed design, the Beskar Ingot External Hard Drive takes the concept further. For one thing, it's larger, with more room for decoration; at 0.4 by 2.1 by 4.1 inches (HWD), it's closer to the dimensions of the Beskar ingots depicted in the show, though neither the internal nor external drive attempts to imitate the ingots' metallic sheen.


While the hard drive's top bears the Imperial stamp seen in the show (plus another symbol unidentifiable to me), on the bottom are Mandalorian symbols. The first is the insignia of Clan Mudhorn, the two-person clan comprising the title character plus Grogu (a.k.a. the Child, a.k.a. Baby Yoda), who combine to defeat a mudhorn, an ornery denizen of the planet Arvala-7, in an early episode. Second, as you'd expect if you're even a casual fan of show, is "This Is the Way" in Mandalorian runes, the oft-recited phrase related to the culture's unity and code of honor.


FIGURE 10. (A) Steel ingot melting using electric arc with dynamic moving electrode. (B) Comparison of steel ingot melting efficiency with and without dynamic moving electrode.


FIGURE 11. (A) Axial temperature and velocity distribution at 0.0005 m above the ingot top surface with the dynamic moving electrode. (B) Axial temperature and velocity distribution at 0.0005 m above the ingot top surface without the dynamic moving electrode.


So to find out this resource, all you need to do is go to these locations and explore the gold markers on your compass. The AC Valhalla Tungsten locations will be marked with an ingot icon. Make sure you know that you cannot purchase this resource like the Nikel Ingots after you found your first one as the process is different.


Three dual alloy ingots were processed by electroslag remelting with 1500 A, 1800 A and 2100 A. The compositions and inclusions of ingots were analyzed by means of various analytical techniques. The results show that the segregation becomes severer with the increase of current. With the current increasing, the proportion of inclusions with large size, the T.[O] and sulfur content in the ingot increase, showing a worse cleanliness due to the severer electrode surface oxidation and shorter interaction time between slag pool and film of molten steel at the electrode tip. The single (Mn,Cr)S inclusion can precipitate in transition zone of each ingot and NiCrMoV zone of ingot with 1800 A and 2100 A due to higher sulfur content and the solute segregation during solidification. The ingot processed by ESR with 1500 A performed a balanced quality.


With the combined cycle power generation technology being used more and more widely, the basic structure of the steam turbine has been changed to single cylinder structure instead of previous dual cylinder structure dueto lower cost. It is a challenge to manufacture the high-quality dual alloy shaft used in the single cylinder steam turbine. At present, such dual alloy shaft can been manufactured by ESR [1, 2, 3]. Two bars with distinct alloy composition are connected by jointing, and then the single bar is remelted with ESR. It is significant for high quality dual alloy ingot to obtain the stable chemical composition and control the inclusions. Inclusions have a vital influence on the performance of steel, and micro-voids and cracks are easily formed at the interface between inclusions and steel [4]. MnS inclusions are typical precipitates in the ESR ingot. The accumulation of molecular hydrogen that can cause the hydrogen induced cracking is easily formed from the absorbed atomic hydrogen in the incoherent interface between MnS inclusions and the steel matrix [5]. Furthermore, MnS inclusions also have a fatal effect on the corrosion resistance of steel, which can cause pitting due to the Cr depleted zone in vicinity of the MnS [6, 7, 8]. In order to ensure the excellent performance of dual alloy shaft, the high cleanliness of the ESR ingot is required.


Therefore, in this paper, the effect of current on distribution of chemical composition and inclusions characteristics (size, number, area ratio and composition) of different zones in dual alloy ingot processed by ESR was experimentally explored and studied by the thermodynamic calculation. This work is designed to provide a parameter election reference for the manufacture of the high quality dual alloy rotor used in steam turbines.


The distributions of Cr concentration along the transverse radius in ingots with different currents are shown in Figure 2. It indicates that Cr content is higher at the center of all ingots than the edge. And the segregation becomes severer with the increase of the current, which is mainly affected by the solute transport [2]. The flows in molten metal pool have a dominant influence on the solute transport [2, 15].


Table 2 shows the statistical results of inclusions in electrode and ingots. It can be seen that the number of inclusions observed in electrode is far more than that in each ingot, and the maximum size of inclusion in Elec. NiCrMoV and Elec. CrMoV is 12.01 μm and 6.68 μm, respectively, which is larger than that of ingots. The ratio of total area of inclusions to total area of observed view fields, Sa, is also an essential index. The value of Sa is larger in electrode, implies that an improved cleanliness is obtained in ingots. As seen in Table 2, the number of inclusions and Sa in NiCrMoV zone of each ingot is larger than that in CrMoV zone, implies that cleanliness of ingot is closely related to the electrode. It is interesting that the inclusion size and Sa in transition zone are smaller than that in NiCrMoV zone when the current is 1800 A or 2100 A, whereas, the larger inclusion size and Sa are found in transition zone when the current is 1500 A. The inclusion size has a close relationship with the type of inclusion, which will be discussed in detail later. With the increase of current, the number of inclusions, Sa and total oxygen (T.[O]) content (Table 2) in every zone of ingot increases, indicating a worse cleanliness with higher current.


Statistical results of inclusions and the chemical composition of electrode and dual alloy ingots: N- Number of observed inclusions, Sa- ratio of total area of inclusions to total area of observed view fields.


Figure 4 shows the size distribution of inclusions observed in consumable electrode and ingots. It indicates that size of inclusion in the ingot is finer and more uniform than that in electrode (Figures 4(a-c)). It can be seen from Figures 4(d-f) that the size of inclusions in NiCrMoV zone, transition zone and CrMoV zone of ingot distribute more evenly with a lower current. The proportion of the inclusions with large size (>3 μm) increases with the current increasing, implying that more inclusions with large size exist in the ingot processed by the larger current, which is detrimental to the performance of ingot.


There are two reasons for the deterioration of cleanliness of ingot processed by larger current. One is the electrode surface oxidation, and the other is the remelting rate. With the increase of current, the temperature of the electrode surface is higher and severer electrode surface oxidation occurs due to the faster mass transfer of oxidation reaction. The products of electrode surface oxidation enter into molten slag to increases the FeO content of slag. The FeO in slag can be decomposed into [Fe] and [O] in liquid steel at the steelmaking temperature, resulting in the increase of oxygen content in ingot during ESR. Furthermore, the surface of electrode inserted into the slag pool is liquid, which is a film of molten steel; it will flow downward along electrode surface to form the droplet at electrode tip. The removal of inclusions from steel mainly occurs during this process [14]. Then the droplet will be detached from the electrode tip when the droplet reaches a certain mass. The faster remelting rate makes the formation time of the droplet shorter, namely, the interaction time between slag pool and film of molten steel at the electrode tip is shorter, which is detrimental to the removal of inclusions. Moreover, more droplets drip almost simultaneously just likes rain under the faster remelting rate with a larger current, the size of droplets is larger than that for low current. The contact between the droplets and slag pool is not very abundant for a large current condition, which is also detrimental to the removal of inclusions and harmful elements (sulfur element). To quantitatively analyze the effect of current on the removal of inclusion, the inclusion removal rate was roughly calculated according to the Sa of inclusions in Table 2. With the current increasing from 1500 A to 1800 A and 2100 A, the remelting rate increases from 32 to 39 kg/h and 44 kg/h, the inclusion removal rate in NiCrMoV zone decreases from 85.4% to 56.7% and 39.2%, that in CrMoV zone decreases from 77.8% to 74.3% and 56.1%. 041b061a72


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