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Introduction
1.1 The importance of reducing production costs
1.2 Designed/Undesigned Scrap/Cost
1.3. LINKING THE PRODUCTION COST TO THE PRODUCT DESIGN 5
1.3 Linking the Production Cost to the Product Design
1.4 Historical Background
1.5. NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS 7
1.5 Numerical Simulations
1.6. “INTEGRAL” MODELS 9
1.6 “Integral” Models
1.7 Summary
Basic Fluid Mechanics
2.1 Introduction
2.2 What is fluid? Shear stress
2.2.1 What is Fluid?
2.2.2 What is Shear Stress?
2.3 Thermodynamics and mechanics concepts
2.3.1 Thermodynamics
2.3.2 Basic Definitions
2.3.3 Momentum Equation
2.3.4 Compressible flow
2.3.5 Speed of Sound
2.3.6 Choked Flow
Dimensional Analysis
3.0.7 How The Dimensional Analysis Work
3.2 The Die Casting Process Stages
3.2.1 Filling the Shot Sleeve
3.2.2 Plunger Slow Moving Part
3.2.3 Runner system
3.2.4 Die Cavity
3.2.5 Intensification Period
3.3 Special Topics
3.3.1 Is the Flow in Die Casting Turbulent?
3.3.2 Dissipation effect on the temperature rise
3.3.3 Gravity effects
3.4 Estimates of the time scales in die casting
3.4.1 Utilizing semi dimensional analysis for characteristic time
3.4.2 The ratios of various time scales
3.5 Similarity applied to Die cavity
3.5.1 Governing equations
3.6. SUMMARY OF DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS 61
3.5.2 Design of Experiments
3.6 Summary of dimensionless numbers
3.7 Summary
3.8 Questions
Fundamentals of Pipe Flow
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Universality of the loss coefficients
4.3 A simple flow in a straight conduit
4.3.1 Examples of the calculations
4.4 Typical Components in the Runner andVent Systems
4.4.1 bend
4.5. PUTTING IT ALL TO TOGETHER 69
4.4.2 Y connection
4.4.3 Expansion/Contraction
4.5 Putting it all to Together
4.5.1 Series Connection
4.5.2 Parallel Connection
Flow in Open Channels
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Typical diagrams
5.3 Hydraulic Jump
Runner Design
6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 Backward Design
6.1.2 Connecting runner segments
6.1.3 Resistance
Diagram Calculations
7.3.1 Is the “Common” Model Valid?
7.3.2 Are the Trends Reasonable?
7.3.3 Variations of the Gate area, A3
7.4.1 The reform model
7.4.2 Examining the solution
7.7 Summary
Critical Slow Plunger Velocity
8.1 Introduction
8.2 The “common” models
8.2.1 Garber’s model
8.2.2 Brevick’s Model
8.2.3 Brevick’s circular model
8.2.4 Miller’s square model
8.3 The validity of the “common” models
8.3.1 Garber’s model
8.3.2 Brevick’s models
8.3.3 Miller’s model
8.3.4 EKK’s model (numerical model)
8.4 The Reformed Model
8.4.1 The reformed model
8.4.2 Design process
8.5 Summary
Venting System Design
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The “common” models
9.2.1 Early (etc.) model
9.2.2 Miller’s model
9.3 General Discussion
9.4 The Analysis
9.5 Results and Discussion
9.6 Summary
9.7 Questions
Density change effects
Clamping Force Calculations
Analysis of Die Casting Economy
12.1 Introduction
12.2 The “common” model, Miller’s approach
12.3 The validity of Miller’s price model
12.4. THE COMBINED COST OF THE CONTROLLED COMPONENTS 135
12.4 The combined Cost of the Controlled Components
12.5 Die Casting Machine Capital Costs
12.6 Operational Cost of the Die Casting Machine
12.7 Runner Cost (Scrap Cost)
12.8. START–UP AND MOLD MANUFACTURING COST 139
12.8 Start–up and Mold Manufacturing Cost
12.9 Personnel Cost
12.10 Uncontrolled components
12.11 Summary
Fanno Flow
A.1 Introduction
A.2 Fanno Model
A.3. NON–DIMENSIONALIZATION OF THE EQUATIONS 145
A.3 Non–Dimensionalization of the Equations
A.4 The Mechanics and Why the Flow is Choked?
A.5 The Working Equations
A.6 Examples of Fanno Flow
A.7 Supersonic Branch
A.8 Maximum Length for the Supersonic Flow
A.9 Working Conditions
A.9.3 Entrance Mach number, M1, effects
A.10. PRACTICAL EXAMPLES FOR SUBSONIC FLOW 173
A.10.2 Subsonic Fanno Flow for a Given M1 and Pressure Ratio
A.11 The Approximation of the Fanno Flow by Isothermal
A.12. MORE EXAMPLES OF FANNO FLOW 179
A.12 More Examples of Fanno Flow
A.13 The Table for Fanno Flow
A.14 Appendix – Reynolds Number Effects
B.1 Summary of Referee positions
B.2. REFEREE 1 (FROM HAND WRITTEN NOTES) 187
B.2 Referee 1 (from hand written notes)
B.3 Referee 2
B.4 Referee 3
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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