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Often, different cooling rates of thin and heavy sections result in uneven contraction. When mixed with water, it forms a plastic mass which can be molded, shaped, or cast.

Get a 4-terabyte USB 3. As originally designed, the tubular section had a heavier wall than the plate. The formation of graphite compensates for a part of the shrinkage of the iron. If, however, a change in solidification rate is required for the production of a good casting, the foundryman is usually limited to methods that result in little or no change in the shape of the casting.

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Manuap cross section of the same casting is shown in figure 30 as it was redesigned to eliminate the heavy section and make the casting more adaptable to directional solidification.

Rammer used for test specimen preparation. The permeability of the coarse sand is very high. Gas defects in castings are not always caused by gas that is dissolved in the molten metal. The permeabilities are shown for moisture contents of 2 and 4 percent.


Larger core prints provide better core location and support in the mold. Within a few seconds after pouring, a thin layer of metal next to the mold wall is cool enough for solidification to begin. It must be remembered that in many cases, these rules cannot be followed to the letter. This is shown in figure 12a. Find the office and computer equipment manual you need at ManualsOnline. Briefly, a fine sand will have a higher strength and lower permeability, for a given moisture and binder fouhdry, than will a coarse sand.

Wheat-flour, on the other hand, contributes very little to green strength, but improves the collapsibility of a sand. The second section, chapters 14 through 21, contains information on specific types of alloys, such as “Copper-Base Alloys,” “Aluminum-Base Alloys,” “Cast Iron,” and “Steel.

Most of the metal mixtures used in the foundry do not have cooling curves as simple as those shown in figures 4a and 4b. See glossary, Synthetic Sand. It is caused by inability to feed metal into the spaces between the arms of the individual crystals or grains of metal.

The permeability decreases because of the increase in fines in the sand. As a result, the green strength of the sand becomes lower and the permeability decreases as the sand is reused. The glass cylinder is then removed from the base of the jar so as to leave the sand in the base.

This type of shrinkage, which is illustrated in figure 3d, is most often found in metals having a long solidification temperature range. During the cooling of molten metal from its pouring temperature to room temperature, contraction occurs in three definite steps corresponding to the three steps of cooling.


The actual draft to be used is usually determined by consultation between the patternmaker and the molder. The branching of the dendrite arms at right angles can manal seen in this photograph.

A hot tear in a casting is an indication of too high a hot strength, and also a lack of collapsibility.

Unsoundness caused by core gases not fw24 out. Thank you to Carrol Johnson for supplying the missing page The smaller the size of the sand grains in a given amount of molding sand, the greater will be the area of contact between the many grains.

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The sand mixes given in the preceding tables are given only as a guide. Casting defects which can occur if the freezing characteristics of metals are not taken into account are as follows: This would indicate that the dry strength might possibly be too high. A three-dimensional sketch of crystal growth is shown in figure 8.

Of the three steps in contraction, the first liquid contraction causes least trouble to the foundryman because it is so small in amount. The permeabilities of four typical foundry sands, ranging from coarse to fine, are shown in figure As a general rule, a metal has lower strength per square inch of cross section when cast in thick sections than it does in thin sections.

The tube with the pedestal is then placed under the rammer, as shown in figure