castability


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castability

(ˌkɑːstəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Chemistry) the ability of materials to set in a mould when mixed with water and a bonding agent
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* Learn "castability geometry"--the mold cavity shape that a chosen alloy will "like."
The use of weighted hooks or jig heads should be determined by three factors: first is castability. Often you'll need to make long, accurate casts to reach swimming tarpon and the weight of the lure rig should be determined by what weight your rod and reel outfit can best cast.
I mounted this new reel on a heavy action rod because that is how I evaluate its castability (that might just be a new a word I just made up).
Being fit and healthy as a singer has many other benefits that present on a much more fundamental level than castability and whether a coloratura soprano can do physical acrobatics while simultaneously doing vocal acrobatics.
With new technology improving the strength, vis-a-vis diameter, came advancements in castability, abrasion resistance, visibility, spool memory, and knot strength."
Traditionally, in combustion engine applications, metallic materials have been widely employed due to their properties: castability and machinability with accurate dimensional tolerances, good mechanical strength even at high temperatures, wear resistance, and affordable price.
Spheroidal graphite cast iron is used as a matrix material in bearings, camshafts, pistons, and cylinders of machine tools due to its castability, workability, and good mechanical properties.
Improvement in castability of an impression material after plasma treatment was noticed.20
The considered weight fractions of filler were the highest ones that did not cause a loss of mixture castability.
Magnesium and its alloys have potential applications in automobile and aerospace industries due to their low density, high specific strength, and good castability [1, 2].
Aluminum alloys attract the industries because of their attributes such as low density, high specific strength, good castability, and excellent thermal conductivity.