Metal Casting: Techniques, Materials, and Product Design-AFS
Metal Casting: Techniques, Materials, and Product Design-AFS, Get certified by the American Foundry Society (AFS) to advance your career in metal casting as professionalist.
Metal casting is a critical process that has been used for centuries to create metal parts and objects. Today, it is an essential part of the manufacturing industry, and understanding the process is crucial for engineers, designers, and manufacturers.
If you are looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of metal casting, look no further than this in-depth video course. You will learn the fundamentals of metal casting, including the different types of metal casting, such as ingot casting and shape casting. You will also gain a deep understanding of the various types of molds used in metal casting, including open, closed, expandable, and permanent molds.
Heating the metal for pouring into molds is a crucial aspect of metal casting, and in this course, you will learn about the analysis of pouring molten metals into molds, including pouring temperature, pouring rate, and turbulence. You will also learn about the Bernoulli & Continuity Law and how fluidity affects the pouring of molten metal.
The behavior of molten metals and alloys during solidification and cooling is also an important concept to understand. In this course, you will learn about the shrinkage and contraction of molten metals during the cooling process.
This course covers various casting methods like sand casting, permanent mold casting, and die casting for metals, along with casting defects and their solutions, inspection methods for metal casting, metals used for the metal casting process, and product design considerations for metal casting.
Enrolling in this course is perfect for anyone looking to gain a deeper understanding of metal casting and its importance in the manufacturing industry. With our engaging and informative content, you will feel confident that you are getting the maximum knowledge available on this topic.
Reference book for this course:
- “Fundamentals of Metal Casting” by By Prof. Karl B. Rundman”