Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-A.1922.214.171.1247
Title & Authors
On the Measurement of Residual Stresses in Aluminum Alloy Parts Fabricated by Precision Metal Mold Casting Kim, Chae-Hwan; Mun, Su-Dong; Gang, Sin-Il;
One of the main causes of unwanted dimensional changes in precision metal mold casting parts is excessive and irregular residual stresses induced by temperature gradients and plastic deformation in the solidifying shell. Residual stresses can also cause stress cracking, and lower the fatigue life and fracture strength of the casting parts. In the present study, aluminum alloy casting system with metal mold equipped with electrical heating elements and water cooling units was designed and the casting specimens were produced to quantify the effects of different cooling conditions on the development of residual stresses. The layer removal method was used to measure the biaxial residual stresses in casting specimens produced from the experiments. The experimental results agreed with Tien-Richmond's theoretical model for thermal stress development for the solidifying metal plate.
Metal Mold Casting;Residual Stresses;Layer Removal Technique;Aluminum Alloy Casting;
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