Alloying and Casting

Almost all metals are used as alloys because these have properties superior to pure metals. Alloying is done for many reasons, typically to increase strength, increase corrosion resistance, or reduce costs. Casting consists of pouring molten metal into a mold, where it solidifies into the shape of the mold. The process was well established in the Bronze Age (beginning c. 3000 BC) when it was used to form most of the bronze pieces now found in museums. It is particularly valuable for the economical production of complex shapes, ranging from mass-produced parts for automobiles to one-of-a-kind production of statues, jewelry, or massive machinery.

  • Alloying Processes and Metallurgy
  • Sand casting
  • Investment casting
  • Centrifugal and continuous casting
  • Metal molds
  • Grain size
  • Segregation
  • Porosity

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