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Or download it without the extra bother from post 14 above http: Added to foundgyman Hall of Fame. Chapter 1 Tables and general data. Scribd is not responding for me. It has a very high useful information density.

Chapter 9 Pressure diecasting of aluminium alloys. And the price is right. Table of Contents Note the British spelling of Aluminum!

That book almost deseves a “sticky”! That is probably quite true, but they along with many other countries pronounce it that way. Chapter 14 Sodium silicate bonded sand. Does anyone know of another link to a free copy? Michael Moore cool – are you the filmmaker?

Chapter 17 Feeding systems. Individual chapters cover the casting of all types of non-ferrous metals. Foseco Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook. Chapter 8 Filtration of aluminium alloy castings.


Chapter 12 Sands and sand bonding systems. I only skimmed it, but this looks like a really good reference. For each group of alloys, specifications, and typical applications are described, together with details of melting practice, metal treatment and casting practice.

Chapter 15 Magnesium casting. Thanks guys for the education. International SI units are used throughout, but in almost all cases conversions to the more familiar Metric and Imperial units are given Here, you go, 2. You can watch the gas levels drop as you degas and basically degas to a fixed end point. Chapter 7 Running gating and feeding aluminium castings. As another Canadian, I don’t know about schizo, but I do agree to a point – “aluminium” is probably the technically correct international way to spell it.

I think you mean the standard international name for the element, or the correct name for the element, whichever you prefer. You don’t actually need to subscribe; just register, upload some other document and scribd will grant you one free download.

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Foseco Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook

Contents Chapter 1 Tables and general data. Oh and BTW I downloaded a copy and am delighted with the result! My library Help Hndbook Book Search. I have a pdf, it is about 3 Meg. And “aluminium” is certainly not not the British spelling If someone wants to email me a copy I’ll stick it on my website so it will be available.


Foseco Non-Ferrous Foundryman’s Handbook – John Brown – Google Books

I am not saying i knew it but that i could understand what was said. Selected pages Title Fetrous. Aluminium, Aluminum, Ally as we call it here in NZ or whatever! Wherever possible, Casting Alloy Specifications include equivalent specifications for several countries as well as international specifications. Thanks to Joe for sharing it. I think that is the result of reading this forum for almost two years.

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