casting temperature


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cast·ing tem·per·a·ture

(kasting tempĕr-ă-chŭr)
The degree of heating required to make a metal fluid so it can be introduced into a refractory cast.
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When there is a sharper difference between the casting temperature of pure titanium (1,720[degrees]C) and the mold temperature, there is a very quick solidification of the molten titanium.
New technology of casting is developed on their basis, in which soaking of the metal takes place at low temperature, and overheating of the melt up to the casting temperature is performed directly at the time of its feeding into the metal receivers.
5) we conclude that to achieve a good dimensional accuracy and low contraction of the wax pattern, it is recommended a casting temperature as close to the melting point temperature and also a mould preheating temperature as low.
Figure 4 shows that at 16% cerium, the mold did not fill completely at a mold temperature of 797F (425C) and a casting temperature of l,427F.The arrow shows the extent of the fill on the riser which is usually filled to the top of the mold, in-line with the top of the sprue.
Wax heat quantity depends from wax mass, temperature change (wax casting temperature is 80[degrees]C and end temperature of wax core is 35[degrees]C)
Cool strength requirements but from casting temperature and require high dimensional artificially age or stabilize stability are annealed.
Zinc diecastings can be made with wall thicknesses to 0.02 in., and the wear and tear of the alloy on the diecasting tool is less than that of other alloys due to its lower heat content per unit volume and its lower casting temperature.
The maximum casting temperature measured reached a steady state after 15 cycles (Fig.
It was found that when the casting temperature was lower than required in one of the billet induction coils, "knit" lines subsequently occurred in the cast component, resulting in low impact strength.
Cool from casting temperature and artificially age or stabilize (without prior solution treatment).
Although the degree of surface wrinkling for any given casting temperature was not always consistent, deposits of shiny, silvery-black carbon always were present when low pouring temperatures were used in the casting tests.