Rajat Vishwakarma
University Institute of Technology RGPV (UIT - RGPV), Bhopal
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

buoyant force on vertical cores
Buoyant Force=[g]*(0.25*pi*((Diameter of core print^2)-(Diameter of cylinder^2))*Height of core print*Density of metal-(Volume of the core*Density of core)) GO
Choke area using Bernoulli's equation
Area at choke section=Mass of casting/(Density of metal*Pouring time*Efficiency factor of gating system*sqrt(2*[g]*Effective metal head)) GO
Metallostatic forces acting on the Moulding Flasks
Metallostatic force=[g]*Density of metal*projected area of the casting in the parting plane*Head of molten metal GO
buoyant force on cylindrical cores placed horizontally
Buoyant Force=[g]*0.25*pi*(Diameter of cylinder^2)*Cylinder Height*(Density of metal-Density of core) GO
Density of core material
Density of core=Density of metal-(Buoyant Force/(Volume of the core*9.81)) GO
Density of molten metal
Density of metal=(Buoyant Force/(Volume of the core*9.81))+Density of core GO
Buoyant force on cores
Buoyant Force=9.81*Volume of the core*(Density of metal-Density of core) GO
Density of fluid in falling sphere resistance method
density of fluid=Buoyant Force/((pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*[g]) GO
Chaplet area
Chaplet area=29*(Buoyant Force-Empirical constant*Core print area) GO
Unsupported load for cores
Unsupported load=Buoyant Force-Empirical constant*Core print area GO
Empirical relation for minimum core print area
Core print area=Buoyant Force/Empirical constant GO

Volume of core Formula

Volume of the core=Buoyant Force/(9.81*(Density of metal-Density of core))
V=Fb/(9.81*(δ-d))
More formulas
Grain Fineness Number (GFN) GO
Permeability Number GO
Buoyant force on cores GO
Density of core material GO
Density of molten metal GO
buoyant force on cylindrical cores placed horizontally GO
buoyant force on vertical cores GO
Empirical relation for minimum core print area GO
Empirical relation for max. permissible buoyancy force on given core print area GO
Composition factor for gray cast iron GO
Fluidity spiral length GO
Composition factor from fluidity spiral length GO
Unsupported load for cores GO
Chaplet area GO
Buoyant force on cores from chaplet area GO
Chaplet area from unsupported load GO
Metallostatic forces acting on the Moulding Flasks GO
Area at top section of sprue GO
Area at choke section of sprue GO
Metal head at top section of sprue GO
Metal head at choke section of sprue GO
Casting yield GO
Casting yield in percentage GO
Actual casting mass from casting yield GO
Total mass of metal poured in mould from casting yield GO
Ranginess factor GO
Effective metal head for bottom gate GO
Effective metal head for parting gate GO
Choke area using Bernoulli's equation GO
Pouring time using Bernoulli's equation GO
Casting mass using Bernoulli's equation GO
Density of molten metal using Bernoulli's equation GO

What to consider while designing cores for molding?

The design of core prints is such as to take care of the weight of the core before pouring and the upward metallostatic pressure of the molten metal after pouring. The core prints should also ensure that the core is not shifted during the entry of the metal into the mould cavity.

How to Calculate Volume of core?

Volume of core calculator uses Volume of the core=Buoyant Force/(9.81*(Density of metal-Density of core)) to calculate the Volume of the core, The Volume of core can be defined as the space occupied by the cores in mold during casting process. Volume of the core and is denoted by V symbol.

How to calculate Volume of core using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Volume of core, enter Buoyant Force (Fb), Density of metal (δ) and Density of core (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Volume of core calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.203874 = 10/(9.81*(10000000-5000000)).

FAQ

What is Volume of core?
The Volume of core can be defined as the space occupied by the cores in mold during casting process and is represented as V=Fb/(9.81*(δ-d)) or Volume of the core=Buoyant Force/(9.81*(Density of metal-Density of core)). Buoyant Force is the upward force exerted by any fluid upon a body placed in it, Density of metal is the mass per unit volume of the given metal and Density of core is the given density of core material.
How to calculate Volume of core?
The Volume of core can be defined as the space occupied by the cores in mold during casting process is calculated using Volume of the core=Buoyant Force/(9.81*(Density of metal-Density of core)). To calculate Volume of core, you need Buoyant Force (Fb), Density of metal (δ) and Density of core (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Buoyant Force, Density of metal and Density of core and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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