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Defects in the Bearing Elements of the Equipment for High-pressure Die Casting

František Trebuňa, František Šimčák, Miroslav Pástor

American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2016, 4(7), 266-270 doi:10.12691/ajme-4-7-7
  • Figure 1. Moulds from aluminum alloys produced by high pressure casting [1]
  • Figure 2. Principle of high-pressure die casting
  • Figure 3. Die casting machine [2]
  • Figure 4. View of the movable (a) and stationary (b) sections of the die casting mold
  • Figure 5. Fixing the nut of the guide column to the stationary section
  • Figure 6. Stationary plate with a crack
  • Figure 7. Areas of hardness measurement from the side of the casting mold (I and II)
  • Figure 8. Areas of measurement from the exterior side (III and IV)
  • Figure 9. Preparation of areas for hardness measurement
  • Figure 10. Performing hardness measurement
  • Figure 11. Reading of the indentation diameter on the tested plate (area I, point 5) using a digital gauge and a magnifier
  • Figure 12. Standard test bars a) marking 73, areas I, II, IV, b) marking 72, area III
  • Figure 13. Points of hardness measurement in area III – crack neighborhood
  • Figure 14. Points of hardness measurement in area IV
  • Figure 15. Model of the stationary plate with boundary conditions - uniform transfer of forces by individual columns
  • Figure 16. Field of equivalent stresses with the uniform transfer of forces by individual guide columns