オーリチィックの生成とはく離に及ぼす生型材料の影響 Effects of Green Sand Materials on Oolitics Formation and Peeling

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The oolitics formation of green sand is a significant composition which effects the sand property greatly. However the oolitics mechanism has not yet been clarified. Therefore in this study, we made green sand, burnt it to 1473K, peeled off the oolitics which had adhered using a rammer, and observed the mechanism of oolitics formation. The results showed that oolitics adhered at 873K are easy to peel off and those over 1073K are difficult. The results also showed that the CO2 process core sand increases oolitics and the core sand using organic binder decreases the formation of oolitics.日本鋳造工学会(http://www.jfs.or.jp/)

  The oolitics formation of green sand is a significant composition which effects the sand property greatly. However the oolitics mechanism has not yet been clarified. Therefore in this study, we made green sand, burnt it to 1473K, peeled off the oolitics which had adhered using a rammer, and observed the mechanism of oolitics formation. The results showed that oolitics adhered at 873K are easy to peel off and those over 1073K are difficult. The results also showed that the CO<sub>2</sub> process core sand increases oolitics and the core sand using organic binder decreases the formation of oolitics.

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  • 鋳造工学 = Journal of Japan Foundry Engineering Society  

    鋳造工学 = Journal of Japan Foundry Engineering Society 70(11), 800-805, 1998-11 

    日本鋳造工学会

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