Solidification of cast iron resulting in white structure. If the solidification below the eutectic temperature of the metastable system (figure 1) remains, the structure of a typically white cast iron (figure 2) is received. The whole carbon in bound shape is happens. The name white solidification recorded the cracked surface which has a bright, radially appearance because it is solidified free of graphite. In opposite to this is faced by grey solidification.
Flake graphite cast iron
Nodular graphite cast iron
Eutectic graphite quantity
Structure formation of cast iron