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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Cast Shop Technology
Presentation Title Full Size Measurement and Simple Prediction on Macro Segregation of Aluminum Alloys Elements in Industrial DC Casting Slab
Author(s) Tatsuya Yamada, Nobuhito Ishikawa, Takashi Kubo, Koichi Takahashi
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Tatsuya Yamada
Abstract Scope In direct chill casting of aluminum alloys, macro segregation can occur at the center of the slab. It is very important to investigate the mechanism because it influences the mechanical and chemical properties of the wrought products. The authors have performed a two-dimensional measurement of the macro segregation by optical emission spectroscopy, and important characteristics of this phenomenon were observed. They are explained qualitatively and quantitatively by our proposed hypothesis, the partially swept solute model. The model assumes that the sump flow penetrating into the mushy zone will sweep out the enriched or diluted liquid solute until the critical solid fraction fs* is reached, when the dendrite arms begin to sufficiently entangle with each other, making it difficult for the sump flow to penetrate into the mushy zone. Then, the ordinary solidification process continues.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Light Metals

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A Study on DC Casting Trough/ Launder Design and Material Selection
Application and Results of Oxipyr Diluted Combustion in Aluminum Furnaces
Automation and Optimization of Sow Casting in Alouette
Case Study of Magnetically-Stirred Casting Furnaces at New Zealand Aluminium Smelters Limited
Circulation of Grains during Ingot Casting
Critical Role of Thermal Management during Cast Start-up of DC Casting Process
Effect of Grain Refiners on Aluminum Twin Roll Casting Process
Effect of Magnesium Content on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Twin-Roll Cast Aluminum Alloys
Effect of Ultrasonic Processing on a Direct Chill Cast AA6082 Aluminium Alloy
Energy Efficiency Status-quo of UK Foundries: The “Small-Is-Beautiful” Project
Full Size Measurement and Simple Prediction on Macro Segregation of Aluminum Alloys Elements in Industrial DC Casting Slab
Grain Refiner Settlement in the Launder System of Twin Roll Casting and Application of Electromagnetic Stirring
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Influence of Process Conditions on Segregation Behavior in Twin-Roll Casting of an AlFeSi Alloy
Influence of Sticking on the Roll Topography at Twin-roll Casting of Aluminum Alloys
Material Surface Roughness Change in Twin Roll Casting of Aluminium as Cast Sheet Product
Minimization of Macrosegregation through Jet Erosion of a Continuously Cast Ingot
Modelling and Analysis of a Horizontal Direct Chill Casting Process
Multi-Component High Pressure Die Casting (M-HPDC): Influencing Factors on the Material Temperature during the Joining of Metal-plastic-hybrids
Operational and Economic Impact of Super Vacuum Die Casting Technologies
Optimization of Recovery Efficiency for Briquetted Aluminum Chips up to Briquetting Parameters
Overpressure Due to a Molten Aluminum and Water Explosion in a Casthouse
Peritectic Coupled Growth Solidification - A Review
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology for the Aluminum Industry
Semi Finished Products Traceability Improvement with Laser Marking
Sequential Gravity Casting in Functionally Graded Aluminum Alloys Development
Shear Induced Grain Refinement of a Continuously Cast Ingot
Structural Integrity Assessment of Pressurized Ladles for Aluminum Smelting
The Evaluation of Hot Dross Processing Systems
Twin-roll Casting of Aluminum-steel Clad Strips: Static and Dynamic Mechanical Properties of the Composite
Ultrasonic Assisted Reduction of Hot-tearing during High-speed DC Casting of 6000 Series Aluminum Alloys
X-Ray Computed Tomographic Investigation of High Pressure Die Castings

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