Steel casting is a highly skilled casting that involves various types of steel.  Steel casting are chosen when cast irons fail to deliver enough power or shock resistance.  Examples of items that are steel casting are; gears, machinery applied to mining, turbine wheels run by hydroelectricity, valves and pump bodies and casings of engines.  The general categories of steel casting include carbon steel and alloy steel. 


The processes of casting steel include: The Szekely process in which the molds are masked with paraffin and chalk.  With the Shaw method, metal molds are applied in steel casting.  Use of electric circuit is by joining steel to its edge for melting is entirely relied upon by Slavianoff's electric casting method; and the plate on which casting is to be done is maintained at the other end.  The sand core manufacturing method is where there is a casting of a sand core in the solid block of more or less pure metal, and the process is done as always.  An hypothesis had been given stating that the sand does not cause damage to the material.   when Norton's fluid rolling is used as a way of steel casting, fluid steel is put through circulating rolls that are adjusted with care to reduce the chances of blowholes and minimize the volume scale.


With the use of Bessemer's process, heated semi-solid steel are run between steel roles that are cooled with water.


The speed of the roles is checked in regards to the thickness of the sheet.  Whiteley's process of steel casting employs molten steel run in a revolving cylinder, producing a shell.  Bars, rods and other such materials are made from Pielsticker and Muller's process.  It is done by first directing fluid steel through dies and putting them below a hammer or a rolling.


Bumming is achieved through heating of cast-iron, which brings them together.  When placed in a mold of good shape, and poured in molten metal, it enables filling of the broken part.  Sufficient heat should be supplied to the solid metal by the following means:heating the solid metal with a flame; a process termed casting on method, and burning on method which includes pouring the molten metal in and out until every solid has been completely heated, by which the outlet is closed, and the mold is then left to fill up.  In Wm. Chalk's process, heating is done on the shaft to extreme temperatures, putting it a suitable mold and pouring around it the molten metal.  It is done when bringing together a boss of cast iron and a sleeve 


In Falk's method used to unite the ends of rails; a very hot metal is poured into iron mold put at the terminals.




Long alloy steel casting last for a longer duration before wearing out and is used in forming iron, magnesium, aluminum and copper based allows.