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Cast Iron Defects: Solidification Shrinkage in Gray Cast Iron

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$100.00
  • In this e-Learning module, the focus will be on the factors that affect solidification shrinkage in gray iron. Topics that will be discussed: the differences between pure iron and graphitic cast irons; the unique characteristics of gray irons; the range of behavior for gray irons over the normal range of carbon equivalent (C.E.); the effects of solidification shrinkage on casting quality and defect appearances; and some steps and considerations to reduce the risk of solidification shrinkage defects. By the end of this module, you will be able to identify two control measures to reducing solidification shrinkage in gray cast irons. (0.1 CEU)