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Die Casting Engineering : A Hydraulic, Thermal, and Mechanical Process

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Title: Die Casting Engineering : A Hydraulic, Thermal, and Mechanical Process
Author: William Andresen
ISBN: 0824759354 / 9780824759353
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 400
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Year: 2010
Availability: Out of Stock
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A frequently misunderstood technology, die casting is considered the shortest route between raw material and near net shape. For many decades, high pressure die casting was viewed as an art based upon "seat of the pant" strategies. However, many of these crude reactions actually worked because the fundamental process is quite forgiving of eccentricities. Exploring these reactions with scientific logic, Die Casting Engineering presents a broad study of each procedure in the die casting process and clearly outlines its basic science and principles.

In 15 generously illustrated chapters, this reference studies the evolution and latest developments in die casting machines extensively explains methods for strategic temperature management showcases the interrelationship between product design and processing for improved quality and productivity in high pressure die casting operations includes strategies to minimize costs in die casting facilities presents the criteria for premium grade die materials contains methods to properly design feed and thermal systems.

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Chapter 1 : Terms Used in Die Casting
Chapter 2 : Product Design
Chapter 3 : The Die Casting Machine
Chapter 4 : Casting Metallurgy
Chapter 5 : Metal Handling
Chapter 6 : Concepts of Cavity Fill
Chapter 7 : Metal Feed System
Chapter 8 : Process Control
Chapter 9 : A Thermal Process
Chapter 10 : Designing the Value Stream
Chapter 11 : Die Materials
Chapter 12 : Mechanical Die Design
Chapter 13 : Die Set Up Techniques
Chapter 14 : Die and Plunger Lubrication
Chapter 15 : Safety


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