Thermal Analysis—Theory and Applications in Metalcasting

@article{Stefanescu2015ThermalAA,
  title={Thermal Analysis—Theory and Applications in Metalcasting},
  author={D. Stefanescu},
  journal={International Journal of Metalcasting},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={7-22}
}
Monitoring and adjusting the chemical composition and the nucleation potential of casting alloys melts is critical to the production of castings of consistent high quality. While other methods such as fractured test samples (e.g., the wedge test for gray iron) and spectrographic chemical analysis deliver useful information, thermal analysis (TA) (also called cooling curve analysis, CCA) can provide a more complete insight in the dynamic changes occurring upon melting and during melt treatment… CONTINUE READING

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