Inverse algorithm for heat transfer coefficient of squeeze casting die interface

The inverse algorithm is the most commonly used method to solve the heat transfer coefficient of the casting die interface. Its central idea is to minimize the difference between the measured and calculated temperature at a specific position.

Beck The inverse algorithm is to measure the temperature change of liquid metal and mold directly through experiments, and assume that the heat flux or the heat transfer coefficient of casting mold interface is constant or that these parameters change linearly in a certain period of time. On this basis, the temperature field is solved, and the least square method is used to make the temperature difference between the measured temperature and the calculated temperature In order to obtain the heat transfer coefficient of the interface, the difference between the heat transfer coefficient and the heat transfer coefficient is minimized. In the early research of interface heat transfer in casting process, Ho and pehlke used Beck inverse algorithm to study the interface heat transfer between casting and die.

Liu Baicheng, Xiong Shoumei and others are the early domestic scholars who used Beck algorithm to calculate the heat transfer coefficient of the casting mold interface. They studied the heat transfer behavior of the interface between the casting and the mold in the metal mold casting process, and elaborated the influence of the solidification process of the interface on the heat transfer behavior of the interface. After that, a large number of scholars used Beck inverse algorithm to study the interface heat transfer behavior of EPC, directional solidification, squeeze casting, die casting and continuous casting.

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