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|Title:||Development of the manufacturing technique of crucibles to melt aluminum and improve its physical and mechanical properties by microwave oven|
|Authors:||Perez Rangel, N.Y.|
Florez Solano, E.
Espinel Blanco, E.
|Keywords:||Derretir, aluminio, mejorar, físico, mecánico. Propiedades, horno microondas.|
|Citation:||N Y Perez-Rangel et al 2020 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 1708 012015|
|Abstract:||There are several techniques that are used to melt metal materials, among which we have conventional casting, by agitation, by compression and by molding. It is currently being studied in a technique based on electromagnetic radiation with the implementation of conventional microwave oven, thus improving the results in terms of time in the casting process; to carry out this electromagnetic casting process, a high-frequency wave-receiving medium is required to reach the melting temperature of the material on which it is being worked. In the case of aluminum, a working temperature of approximately 700 °C is required to achieve phase change of the material. This project produces a fine-grained silicon carbide-based crucible, taking into account that it is a semiconductor and refractory material capable of capturing electromagnetic waves, for the purpose of allowing the use of a microwave oven in the aluminum smelting process; presenting in this way a new casting technique that promises a significant saving in the execution time and saving the implementation process in recycling and reuse of aluminum and improving its physical and mechanical properties by means of irradiation casting electromagnetic.|
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