(Here's a free video highlight from NADCA by Charles Monroe, PhD, Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. We're sharing it from the NADCA Newsletter that was published this morning.)
This is the information on the first slide.
• How is the spray actually applied?
• Model for spray
- Heat transfer coefficient
• How to validate?
- Temperature validation
- What is required?
From Alex Monroe: 15% Heat removed by spray + 20% Heat in shot sleeve + 40% from cooling lines + 10% radiation + 15% in process variation (time in waiting, etc.)
The material presented in this video are some highlights from NADCA’s online webinar - Are Spray Models Adequate or Not? - presented by Charles Monroe, Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
For information on purchasing a downloadable copy of this webinar in its entirety, please visit: diecasting.org/store
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