Method of designing a mold with porous cooling
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A description is given of the design of a roll-type mold for the production of metal strip. The mold is cooled through the use of an evaporation-condensation cycle. The method described for the design of the structural elements of the mold is based on ensuring the required transport of the working fluid to the thermally loaded zone. The characteristics of strips of aluminum alloys cast on the mold are given.
KeywordsAluminum Statistical Physic Mold Aluminum Alloy Metal Strip
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