ショット充てん消失模型鋳造法における鋳型の冷却性能に及ぼす塗型膜の影響 [in Japanese] Effects of Coat on Cooling Capacity of Mold in Evaporative Pattern Casting Process Using Steel Shot as Packing [in Japanese]
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The effects of the coat on the heat absorption of molds in the evaporative pattern casting process using steel shot as packing was investigated theoretically and experimentally. Analysis of one-dimensional heat conduction from the casting surface to the packed bed of steel shot through the coat was carried out and it was found that heat flux at casting surface was immediately depressed by the coat after pouring but that this effect was in significant after some time. The plate casting of aluminum alloy was casted by using steel shot in the evaporative pattern casting process. The experimental data showed solidification times of casting was slightIy increased as the thickness of coat increased.
- THE JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY
THE JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY 68(4), 307-312, 1996-04-25
Japan Foundry Engineering Society