The Foseco foundryman's handbook: facts, figures, and formulae

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Pergamon Press, Jul 1, 1986 - Science - 435 pages
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Provides practical guidance, suggestions and recommendations on making castings by all common casting methods. Aided by clear diagrams and comprehensive physical data tables, the text defines technical terms, details the procedures used in good foundry practice, describes the industrial plant used and gives lucid explanations of casting phenomena with helpful advice on overcoming problems encountered in casting processes. Thoroughly updated, the revisions for this edition include important new sections covering metal filtration, computer applications, resin-bonded sand, self-setting processes, mould and core coatings and feeding aids. Essential reading for anyone with an interest in foundry practice.

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Contents

Sand test data which have proved satisfactory for various castings
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Moulding and core sand mixtures for steel castings
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Resinbonded sand
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