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Prediction and Alleviation of Core Gas Defects
Posted Tue March 23, 2010 @09:31AM
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Announcements Flow Science will host Prediction and Alleviation of Core Gas Defects using FLOW-3D on Wednesday April 7, 2010 at 1 PM EDT.

In the live online seminar, Flow Science sales engineers will discuss successful foundry projects using FLOW-3D, a highly-accurate CFD simulation tool.

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The demonstration covers simulations of T and saddle cores from Graham-White Manufacturing Co. and an engine block water jacket core from GM Powertrain. FLOW-3D was used to analyze core gas flows to eliminate defects due to binder gas blowing into metal.

Highlights include:

  • Simulations analyzing core gas flow and venting design
  • Core design comparison and validation
  • Analyzing gas venting path: print, cavity and metal
  • Q & A session after the presentation

Register now.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Flow Science at or call 1.505.982.0088.

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