Indian Foundry Journal | Vol. 60 | No. 3 | March 2014

The issue of IFJ focuses on Non-ferrous Metals that has an optimistic future in India with growing demand in global and domestic market. The demand for non-ferrous metals like Aluminium, Copper, Lead, Nickel, and Zinc are growing increasingly. People throughout the world get immensely benefitted from the huge selection of usage of non-ferrous metals in their daily lives. Some of the most common examples of such commodities are electrical wiring made of copper, soft drink cans made of aluminium, coins made of copper, nickel and zinc, and batteries used in automobiles made of lead. Aluminium is used for making light weight cars and zinc to protect cars against corrosion.

The technical papers published in this issue are Shrinkage Porosity Estimation of Cylindrical Shape Cast Aluminium Alloys, High Strength Aluminium-Silicon Carbide Composite Casting, How to Improve Small and Medium Aluminium Foundries Using 4D and 5S Principles, Aluminium Metal Treatment, and Copper Alloy Foundries – Present & Future. The papers are contributed by S. Santhi, S. B. Sakri, D. Hanumantha Rao, S.Sundarrajan, Md.Tanwir Alam, Akhter Husain Ansari, M. Thirugnanam, Anant Bam, and P. Sriram.

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