By Wolfgang Schneider
The continual Casting 2000 symposium keeps the culture proven in 1976 of preserving normal occasions. This millennium occasion, although, is the 1st overseas assembly of the sequence. the purpose is to focus on the significance of constant casting - of aluminum, copper and magnesium - to the foreign fabricating undefined, concentrating on technological advances in all of the sectors which are very important for the manufacture of top of the range non-stop forged items.
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33. 06 % mean) within the whole experiments validating the confidence of the present study. 4 Conclusions The present study has applied the Taguchi method to investigate the factors affecting the microporosity formation in an A360 aluminum alloys. The conclusion of this study can be summarized as follows. 1. An A360 aluminum alloy was sand cast under five different design parameters with two level variations to evaluate microporosity formation within the cast part sections. 72 % within the castings.
Ai stands for the sum of the total ith level of the factor A, nAi is the number of samples for ith level of factor A. T is the sum of total (S/N) ratio of the experiments, Qtotal is the degrees of freedom, Vfactor is the variance of the factor, SSfactor represents the sum of squares of the factor and Ffactor is the F ratio of the factor. 2 Materials The casting model is shown in Figure 1 which is consisted of four different section thickness increased consecutively to obtain higher solidification times from the bottom to the top.
Numerical simulation which is to predict distortion and stress are carried out based on the above semi-solid tensile test data below 3004 solidus temperature. 1 3D Numerical Simulation for Cracking In advance of three dimensional (3D) simulation, unknown boundary conditions such as heat transfer coefficient between a mold and melt interface were fit into actual experimental data with two dimensional simulation. Then the boundary conditions are applied to 3D simulation in order to predict a thermal and stress histories.