Modelling of shrinkage formation in casting by the phase field method
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Most commercial softwares simulating casting process use a scalar field to quantify the shrinkage on final parts. The repartition of this scalar is used to localize shrinkage in the part. In this work, the objective is to use a new approach to predict morphological information about size and shape of shrinkage: the phase field method. This method is based on a parameter order defining the alternating zones metal/gas. Starting with a uniform unit value of this scalar, the phase field equation is modified with a nucleation process predicting the growth of the air phase into the metal one still liquid. The coupling with the Navier-Stokes equation brings up some interesting non-dimensional parameters that affect shrinkage morphology. This is what we have tried to analyse after proposing the modified phase fields formalism. Even if we are not yet in the predictive stage, we present in the end of this paper a numerical/experimental comparison showing the potentiality of the developed approach.
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