Category Archives: Salt Core

Fabrication and Characterization of High-strength Water-soluble Composite Salt Cores via Layered Extrusion Forming

Fabrication and Characterization of High-strength Water-soluble Composite Salt Cores via Layered Extrusion Forming

Zheng Chen,  Suo Fan,  Lei Peng,  Yincheng Wang,  Xiaolong Gong,  Xinwang Liu &  Zitian Fan  International Journal of Metalcasting (2022)Cite this article 67 Accesses Metricsdetails Abstract This paper presents a novel process for preparing high-strength water-soluble salt cores with complex structure via layered extrusion forming using K2SO4 and KCl as the base salt materials, which is suitable for manufacturing

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Fabrication of high-strength salt cores for manufacturing hollow aluminum alloy die castings

Fabrication of high-strength salt cores for manufacturing hollow aluminum alloy die castings

Xiaolong Gong, Xiongjie Xiao, Xinwang Liu & Zitian Fan Received 03 Apr 2022, Accepted 21 Apr 2022, Published online: 13 May 2022 Download citation https://doi.org/10.1080/10426914.2022.2072887 CrossMark ABSTRACT In this work, the high-strength composite salt cores reinforced by corundum powder were successfully prepared using 30 mol% Na2SO4 +70 mol% NaCl as the matrix materials, which can be used to fabricate

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Fig. 12. Stress condition on salt core surface immediately after the first impact of the semi solid melt. The flow velocity before impact is 4.55 m/s. The maximum stress on the lower core side is approximately 2.3 MPa.

About the impact on gravity cast salt cores in high pressure die casting and rheocasting

Author links open overlay panelAndreasSchillingDanielSchmidtJakobGlückNiklasSchwenkeHusamSharabiMartinFehlbierShow moreAdd to MendeleyShareCite https://doi.org/10.1016/j.simpat.2022.102585Get rights and content Under a Creative Commons license Open access Abstract In this work, a simulations study on the impact on gravity cast salt cores was carried out for the different casting parameters in high pressure die casting as well as in rheocasting. To compare the simulation results, salt cores were

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First-Principles Calculation and Mechanical Properties of NaCl–Na2SO4 Composite Water-Soluble Salt Core

First-Principles Calculation and Mechanical Properties of NaCl–Na2SO4 Composite Water-Soluble Salt Core

Xue-ting Wang,  Wei-hua Liu,  Xuan-yu Liu &  Lai Song  International Journal of Metalcasting (2022)Cite this article 84 Accesses 1 Citations Metricsdetails Abstract In this paper, the interfacial energy of various inorganic salts was calculated using the first principle. Finally, NaCl and Na2SO4 were determined as the core materials. A high-strength composite salt core was prepared by optimizing the distribution ratio

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Figure 10.2. Salt core produced in high temperature and long time

Development of Salt Core Use as an Alternative in Aluminum Alloy Castings.

Tülay Hançerlioğlu 1*1 R&D Department Nemak İzmir Döküm San.A.Ş. tulay.hancerlioglu@nemak.com Orcid: 0000-0003-2373-4405Received: 6 December 2021Accepted: 1 June 2022DOI: 10.18466/cbayarfbe.1033177 Abstract For creating complex geometric shapes in the cast part, salt was used to produce core instead of sandwhich is thermo-chemical or chemical process using resin as a binder. In salt core casting, the efficiencywill be

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Figure 4. Water-soluble experiments of the KNO3-based salt core strengthened by 30 wt.% glass fiber (size = 25 lm) in 80 C water: (a) 0 min; (b) 6 min; (c) 12 min; (d) 18 min

Effects of glass fiber size and content on microstructures and properties of KNO3-based water-soluble salt core for high pressure die casting

Xiaolong Gong, Wenming Jiang , Fuchu Liu, Zhiyuan Yang, Feng Guan, and Zitian FanState Key Laboratory of Materials Processing and Die and Mould Technology, Huazhong University of Science andTechnology, Wuhan 430074, China Copyright 2020 American Foundry Societyhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s40962-020-00480-9 Abstract The water-soluble salt core with higher bending strength and toughness is necessary to withstand the high pressure

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In-Mold Coating in Pressing of Natural-Fiber-Reinforced Salt Cores for High-Pressure Die-Casting Applications

In-Mold Coating in Pressing of Natural-Fiber-Reinforced Salt Cores for High-Pressure Die-Casting Applications

Patricia Erhard, Dominik Boos & Daniel Günther Proceedings of the Munich Symposium on Lightweight Design 2021 pp 35–43Cite as In-Mold Coating in Pressing of Natural-Fiber-Reinforced Salt Cores for High-Pressure Die-Casting Applications Patricia Erhard,  Dominik Boos &  Daniel Günther  Conference paper First Online: 06 August 2022 14 Accesses Abstract High-pressure die-casting (HPDC) is known as a highly productive manufacturing process for light metals.

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FIGURE 3 Soot deposition on throttle valve (Configuration-1), left: CFD results showing cycle averaged EGR fraction contours on throttle valve, right: sample of throttle valve in test

Hot Spot on Plastic Duct & Soot Deposition on Throttle Valve Using CFD Simulation

CFD 시뮬레이션을 사용하여 플라스틱 덕트의 열 핫스팟 및 스로틀 밸브의 그을음 침착을 최소화하기 위한 EGR 믹서 최적화 In recent time, with inception of BS VI emission regulation with more focus on fuel economy and emission, many engine parts which were conventionally made from metal are getting replaced with plastic components for reducing weight to attain

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Fig. 3 Photographs of specimens at ambient temperature. (a) KCl–30 mol%NaCl. (b) K2CO3–50 mol% Na2CO3.

Strength of Salt Core Composed of Alkali Carbonate and Alkali Chloride Mixtures Made by Casting Technique

Jun Yaokawa, Daisuke Miura, Koichi Anzai, Youji Yamada, Hiroshi Yoshii Abstract The strength of four binary systems NaCl–Na2CO3, KCl–K2CO3, KCl–NaCl and K2CO3–Na2CO3 was investigated in order to develop expendable salt core for high pressure die casting processes. Four point bending test was conducted to determine the strength of specimens made from molten salts by using the permanent mold casting technique.

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Mesh resolution consideration for the viability prediction of lost salt cores in the high pressure die casting process

Mesh resolution consideration for the viability prediction of lost salt cores in the high pressure die casting process

B. Fuchs and C. KörnerPublished Online:February 10, 2014pp 24-30 Abstract High pressure die casting is limited in its geometry since a lost core technology as with sand or low pressure casting is not state-of-the art. Using lost cores made from sodium chloride may be a solution for high pressure die casting. Due to the high dynamical forces

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