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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Critical Review On Pull-In Of Aluminium In Continuous Casting

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AUTHOR(S)

R. S. Fegade, Dr. R. G. Tated, Dr. R. S. Nehete,

 

KEYWORDS

Aluminium Rolling Ingot, Continuous Aluminium Casting, Pull In, Rolling Ingot defect, shell zone , solidification

 

ABSTRACT

This study offers a comprehensive review of the research articles related to the continuous casting for a selected grade of Aluminium alloys. Data were obtained from various articles between the years of 1976 to 2018 in journals and conference proceedings. Five categories have been distinguished based upon the studies of casting surface defects, casting speed effects, mould parameters, thermal and heat flow and other continuous casting survey. The most important defect produced is Pull-in of the casting which results due to improper control over solidification parameters. Many researchers discussed the issues of steel casting and rolling ingot defects such as crack, cold shut, run out, filter puncture and drag marks. Rare research work was found on the Pull-in problem in the rolling ingot of aluminum casting. Researchers attempted to solve this problem by CFD approach or by Finite element analysis approach for steel casting, but there is ample scope for modeling to be developed for many casting grades of aluminum alloys. So there is need to develop model for selected aluminum alloys continuous casting.

 

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