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Journal of Korea Foundry Society
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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2002
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2002
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2002
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2002
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Apr 2002
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 2002
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Effect of Die Casting Condition on the Mechanical Properties of AZ91HP Mg Alloy
Ahn, Yong-Sik ; Klein, F. ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 155~159
Magnesium alloys have high strength to weight ratio and are extremely attractive for applications in transport industry. Most of structural magnesium alloys are manufactured by die casting process. The tensile properties of AZ91HP magnesium alloy were investigated after die casting under various die casting conditions. After die casting by using cold chamber machine, the volume porosity of specimens was examined with density method. With the increase of the volume porosity of specimens, both the tensile strength and elongation were significantly decreased, however the 0.2% offset strength was almost independent of the amount of porosity. With the increase of crystal pressure from 500 to 900 bar during die casting, the volume porosity was decreased, which resulted in the increase of the tensile strength. The mould temperature within the range of
has not influenced the microstructure with the eutectic phase and tensile properties of specimens. The tensile strength was the highest at 90m/sec of gate speed.
Structure and Properties of Fe-29Ni-17Co Alloy Manufactured by Air Induction Melting and Electro-Slag Remelting
Lee, Jeong-Keun ; Kim, Moon-Hyun ; Joo, Dae-Heon ; Kim, Myung-Ho ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 160~166
The structure and properties of Fe-29Ni-17Co alloy which had been melted using induction furnace in air atmosphere and than electroslag-remelted were investigated. The oxygen content was reduced to 0.03% when the ingot was refined from
of that air melted. The amounts of spheroidal oxides inclusions and gas porosities of ingot were markedly reduced by the ESR process. CTE of ESR ingot contained small amount of oxides and porosities was found to be lower than that of AIM ingot, and tensile properties of ESR ingot and plate were found to be superior than that of AIM ingot and plate.
Hydrogen Gas Pick-Up of Al-alloy Melt During Lost Foam Casting
Shin, Seung-Ryoul ; Choi, Hyun-Jin ; Lee, Kyong-Whoan ; Lee, Zin-Hyoung ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 167~173
The hydrogen gas pick-up problem that can occur during Lost Foam Casting was investigated by reduced pressure test and practical Lost Foam Casting. The proper test pressure of reduced pressure test was determined by experiments not to use polystyrene and gas contents of the melt were calculated from density measurement results. The results showed that the hydrogen pick-up increased with the increased amount of polystyrene that was replaced by melt. The hydrogen pick-up was larger in the case of no degassed melt than that of degassed melt. So the hydrogen pick-up depended on the initial hydrogen content of the melt and the contact time of the melt with the decomposed gas phase. The mold evacuation decreased the hydrogen pick-up and increased the flow length of melt during Lost Foam Casting. And the error of calculated hydrogen pick-up was calculated by numerical method.
A Stud on the Fabrication and Characteristics of Al-Sn Alloy Strips by Twin-Roll Process
Lee, Jeong-Keun ; Joo, Dae-Heon ; Kim, Myung-Ho ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 174~183
Twin-roll process is a relatively new continuous casting process which can produce high-quality strip products directly, and solidification rate can reach
K/s, leading to fine and uniform microstructures with enhanced mechanical properties. The strip casting condition for producing fine Al-Sn alloy strip was obtained experimentally, and defects appearing on the strip was examined. Crack formation and surface quality of the strip was found to depend mainly on process parameters such as melt temperature, roller gap and rolling speed. Sn structure of network type was observed in Al-20Sn and Al-40Sn alloy strips, and cell spacing of Al-40Sn alloy was smaller than that of Al-20Sn. Banding strength of the heat treated specimens increased with increasing of soaking time and temperature, and bonding strength of Al-20Sn alloy was more superior than that of Al-40Sn alloy. However wear resistance of Al-40Sn alloy contained large amount of soft Sn which possess good anti-friction characteristics was superior than that of Al-20Sn alloy.
Wear Characteristics of Al/SiCp Composites
Kim, Sug-Won ; Park, Jin-Sung ; Ogi, K. ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 184~191
This study aims to investigate on the effects of alloying elements and heat treatment on the microstructures, wear and heat resistance of Al-Si-Cu-Mg-(Ni)/SiCp prepared by the duplex process developed in previous study, which consists of squeeze infiltration (1st process) and squeeze casting (2nd process). The hardness of composite increased with decrease in SiCp size and Ni addition in both the heat exposured composite and the as-cast one. And the heat and wear resisting properties was improved by the SiCp reinforcement and the Ni addition. The wear amount of Al/SiCp composite decreased with decreasing in the size of silicon carbide particle.
Application of Commercial FEM Code to Coupled Analysis of Casting Deformation
Kim, Ki-Young ; Kim, Jung-Tae ; Choi, Jung-Gil ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 192~199
Dimensional defects of castings are mainly due to the stresses and strains caused by a nonuniform temperature distribution and phase transformation during solidification and cooling, and by mechanical constraint between the mold and casting. It is, however, nearly impossible to trace movements of the casting and mold during solidification and cooling by experimental measurements for castings with complex shape. Two and three dimensional deformation analyses of the casting and the mold were performed using commercial finite element code, MARC. It was possible to calculate deformation and temperature distribution in the casting and mold simultaneously. Cooling curves of the casting obtained by calculation were close to that measured in the field since it was possible to treat latent heat evolution of the casting which could be divided into two parts, primary and eutectic parts. Mold bent inward just after pouring due to the temperature gradient across the mold thickness, and mold returned to its previous position with time. Plastic deformation occurred at the part of the casting where solidification was slow.
Microstructural Defects of Cast Irons and Their Causes
Kwon, Hae-Wook ;
Journal of Korea Foundry Society, volume 22, issue 4, 2002, Pages 200~215