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Investment Casting



Due to the nature of investment casting, products using heat-resistant alloys are often produced, and heat-resistant alloys have a higher pouring temperature than other alloys. Since shell molds also undergo a preheating process, the heat generated during pouring/solidification is quite high.
The heat dissipated outside the shell mold affects the air temperature around the mold, and the solidification process of the melt in the mold is also affected by the ambient air temperature which rises rapidly.
This is called radiation and AnyCasting uses a logical heat transfer coefficient setting method to consider radiation during analysis.

  • Considers the preheating temperature of the mold and the air temperature rising due to high pouring temperature
  • Depending on the casting plan, the shape of the inner and outer air layers are required
  • Heat transfer coefficient set through a logical method