RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2

RA ROBERTS RA, LOPER, David R Poirier

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Abstract

An effective riser must solidify after that portion of the casting it is intended to feed, and provide adequate feed metal to the casting. From these principles and experimental results, an engineering method is presented for design o risers. Examples of riser design curves are presented which can be used by determining effective volume to surface area ratio of the feeding path, volume of the casting to be fed by the riser, and geometrical considerations of the particular casting-riser system.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAm Foundrymen's Soc-Trans
Pages387-397
Number of pages11
Volume77
StatePublished - May 5 1969
Externally publishedYes

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ROBERTS RA, RA., LOPER, & Poirier, D. R. (1969). RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2. In Am Foundrymen's Soc-Trans (Vol. 77, pp. 387-397)

RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2. / ROBERTS RA, RA; LOPER, ; Poirier, David R.

Am Foundrymen's Soc-Trans. Vol. 77 1969. p. 387-397.

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ROBERTS RA, RA, LOPER, & Poirier, DR 1969, RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2. in Am Foundrymen's Soc-Trans. vol. 77, pp. 387-397.
ROBERTS RA RA, LOPER , Poirier DR. RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2. In Am Foundrymen's Soc-Trans. Vol. 77. 1969. p. 387-397
ROBERTS RA, RA ; LOPER, ; Poirier, David R. / RISER DESIGN AND FEEDING DISTANCE OF MANGANESE BRONZE CASTINGS -2. Am Foundrymen's Soc-Trans. Vol. 77 1969. pp. 387-397
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