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GIESSEREI 92, 2005, no. 12
STUTZ, F.: Focus on Asia*. Pp. 14-16.
TODTE, M.: Virtual development concepts for cylinder heads*. Pp. 18-28.
REEK, R.: Design and optimization of core boxes by 3D simulation of the flow
processes*. Pp. 30-35.
SCHÜTT, K.-H.: Annual review – history of technology, art casting, handicraft (part
7)*. Pp. 36-43.
DAMBIETZ, H.-P., e. a.: Extremely loaded cast components for gas-insulated
switchboard plants*. Pp. 44-46.
MORGENSCHWEIS, C.: Die castings – automatically shot blast*. Pp. 48-49.
KLAWITTER, T.: Automatic inspection of cooling slots in brake disks*. Pp. 50-53.
BEYERER, J.: Automatic visual inspection*. Pp. 54-55.
KOLL, M.: Outsourcing of maintenance*. Pp. 56-59.
FRANKEN, M.: The “market makers” from the Palatinate – Foundry Gebr. Gienanth-
Eisenberg GmbH*. Pp. 60-63.

GIESSEREI 93, 2006, no. 1
GÄDKE, A., e. a.: Thermal analysis as a control process for the determination of
grain refinement in Al casting alloys*. Pp. 18-25.
DENIS, J.-M., e. a.: Advanced polyurethane cold box binders for aluminium casting
with improved thermal decomposition and lower environmental load*. Pp. 26-31.
RICHTER, J.: Annual review – equipment and processes for finishing raw castings
(part 41)*. Pp. 32-39.
DIEFENBACH, S.: Electrotinning of cast iron*. Pp. 40-45.
BÄHR, R.: Al-CAST “aluminium castings made in the Harz Region”*. Pp. 46-49.
FRANKEN, M.: The path is the goal – die casting plant Druckguss Heidenau*. Pp.

The magazine for the operational management

GIESSEREI-Erfahrungsaustausch 2005, no. 12
HESS, M.: Vision for the future – Optical systems for cost reduction and quality
optimization*. Pp. 2-3.
BAUM, J.: Preventive maintenance for transformers*. Pp. 4-5.
LI, H., e. a.: Influence of composition and microstructure on the machinability of
ductile iron*. Pp. 6-11.
STELLER, I.: Inoculation of cast iron*. Pp. 12-15.
REGLER, J.: Light-gauge design in lost foam*. Pp. 16-16.
KRUMMENAUER, E.: Engineering of special machines for the foundry industry. Pp.
KLEINE, A.: Development tools for the production of Al cylinder crankcases*. Pp. 22-
VIERTLER, A.: Removal of residual core sand and cleaning of castings by high-
pressure water jets*. Pp. 24-25.
DÜRKES, M., e. a.: New moulding sand preparation plant installed in a record time*.
Pp. 26-27.

Foundry Research

DINNIS, C., e. a.: Porosity formation in Al-Si-foundry alloys containing iron and
manganese. Pp. 2-10.
KRETZ, R., e. a.: Grain refinement of magnesium alloy AZ 31. Pp. 12-17.
FRIEBE, G., e. a.: Method for calculating the heat transfer between a casting die and
its surroundings. Pp. 18-25.
SONSINO, M.: Chassis components made of EN-GJS-400-15 and EN-GJS-800-8
(ADI) under quasi-static, impact and cyclic service loads*. Pp. 26-32.
VERDU, C.: Contribution of dual phase (, G, B) heat treatment to the fatigue
properties of SG cast irons. Pp. 34-41.


RECHSTEINER, A.: High-performance brake disks – tailor-made quality from the
foundry*. Pp. 435-439.
KNIRSCH, S., e. a.: All-the-way-through data flows as the key to efficient product and
process development*. Pp. 439-446.
DÖPP, R., e. a.: Vacuum moulding processes using steel sand – a step towards
permanent mould casting*. Pp. 446-451.
UYMA, F., e. a.: In-situ reaction material of the Al/Mg2Si type*. Pp. 451-457.

GIESSEREI-PRAXIS 2006, no. 1/2
POLZIN, H.: Emission-reduced binders in core and mould making, a conference
paper*. Pp. 13-17.
GLASS, H.: Waterglass-ester moulding material for iron castings*. Pp. 18-22.
MUELLER, M.: Variation of the moulding material values of bentonite-bonded
moulding materials*. Pp. 23-30.
HOLTZER, M., e. a.: Possibilities of reuse of dusts from the regeneration of furan
resin moulding materials*. Pp. 31-37.


GIESSEREI-Rundschau 52, 2005, no. 11/12
DONSBACH, F., e. a.: Successfull modernization of older induction melting plants – a
contribution to energy saving and efficiency improvement*. Pp. 273-276.
BECKER, S.: Expansion of the product mix at Fritz Winter in Stadtallendorf by means
of a SEIATSU EFA-SD 6 moulding plant*. Pp. 277-278.
GERST, T.: Automatic finishing of castings*. Pp. 279-283.
WINTGENS, R.: Pressure curves in a core shooting machine*. Pp. 284-287.

konstruieren + giessen

konstruieren + giessen 30, 2005, no. 4
AMBOS, E., e. a.: Key components of passenger car engines viewed in the light of
competing materials and techniques – cylinder crankcases*. Pp. 2-9.
CASPERS, K.-H.: The Diesel engine – technological and material-related aspects of
its more than a century history*. Pp. 10-15.
LAMPIC, M., e. a.: Innovative iron casting materials for automotive parts – “Six
Sigma” compatible*. Pp. 16-22.
UNGERBÜHLER, F.: Virtual technologies in the development of cylinder crankcases
made of cast iron*. Pp. 23-27.
TODTE, M., e. a.: Forecast of the influence of microstructural features and residual
stress conditions on the static and dynamic strength properties of cast engine
components*. Pp. 28-34.


CP+T Casting Plant + Technology International 21, 2005, no. 4
DENIS, J., e. a.: Advanced polyurethane coldbox binders for aluminium castings with
improved breakdown and reduced environmental impact. Pp. 2-7.
SCHMIDT, F., e. a.: New special binder stands test of practical application. Pp. 8-13.
SMITH, C., e. a.: CT inspection of castings with improved calibration. Pp. 14-19.
MARSCHALL, N., e. a.: Monitoring and optimization of cooling circuits by
thermography. Pp. 20-26.


FOUNDRY TRADE JOURNAL 179, 2005, October
Benefits of organic sand binders in the core making process. Pp. 238-239.
Getting to the core of the problem. P. 240.
Odurless cold-box cores. P. 241.
A core machine for every occasion. Pp. 242-243.
Cost effective, mineral based core making. P. 244.
Talking the inorganic route. P. 245.
Technical advances in core making. P. 246.
High volume core production. Pp. 248-253.
Campbellogy for Ferrari. P. 254.
How the casting industry should look in the future – consideration based on the
present situation and trends in Japan. Pp. 258-259.

FOUNDRY TRADE JOURNAL 179, 2005, December
Sand mixing & reclamation. Pp. 300-305.
Working with the environment – the latest on European environmental legislation and
how to meet its requirements. Pp. 309-317.
HARTMANN, D., e. a.: Future trends in the development of metallurgy and process
technology for cast iron. Pp. 318-319.

FOUNDRY TRADE JOURNAL 180, 2006, January/February
Give me a solution, not another problem! – software solutions. P. 10.
Managing data intelligently. P. 11.
New adaptive machining methods. Pp. 12-13.
Modelling the high-pressure diecasting process. Pp. 14-16.
Recall with P. 17.
KLEIMANN, W.: Use of bentonites and lustrous carbon producers in modern
moulding sands. Pp. 24-25.
Moulding sand management system success. Pp. 26-27.
Properties and experiences of an inorganic binder. Pp. 28-30.
Greensand control: a new method of the online determination of the molding sand
moisture with infra-red-spectrum. Pp. 37-38.

International Journal of Cast Metals Research
Science and engineering of cast metals, solidification and casting processes

International Journal of Cast Metals Research 19, 2006, no. 1
DISPANAR, D., e. a.: Use of bifilm index as an assessment of liquid metal quality.
Pp. 5-17.
GABELIN, J.-C., e. a.: “Designing-in” controlled filling using numerical simulations for
gravity sand casting of aluminium alloys. Pp. 18-25.
BERRY, J., e. a.: Connection between filling, feeding and applied pressure in cast
aluminium alloys. Pp. 26-31.
NIELSEN, O., e. a.: Experiment for quantification of feedability and permeability in
industrieal aluminium alloys. Pp. 32-37.
HSU, F.-Y., e. a.: Vortex-gate design for gravity casting. Pp. 38-44.
BAHREINIAN, F., e. a.: Critical gate velocity for magnesium casting alloy (ZK51A).
Pp. 45-51.
COMBEE, V.: Campbellology for Ferrari. Pp. 52-58.
DAVIDSON, C., e. a.: Observation of crack initiation during hot tearing. Pp. 59-65.
KAMG, X., e. a.: Development of cast steel back-up roll. Pp. 66-71.

FOUNDRY Management & Technology

FOUNDRY Management & Technology 113, 2005, no. 11
Using fluidizized-bed technology to clean aluminium castings. P. 13.
Pouring systems – vision vs. laser control. Pp. 18-20.
Applying pressure – over the riser reduces porosity. Pp. 21-22.
“Performance” is the standard for corrosion protection. Pp. 23-25.

FOUNDRY Management & Technology 113, 2005, no. 12
An inside view of the mold. S. 14.
Better defect detection for aerospace castings? P. 20.

MODERN CASTING 95, 2005, no. 10
SPADA, A. T.: Charting a course for ourselves. P. 7.
SCHULTZ, B., e. a.: Domestic competitiveness: Investigating U.S. casting costs. P.
STAHL, L., e. a.: Selecting resin the GM way. P. 25.
CRANDELL, G., e. a.: Would your additives pass an emission test. P. 30.
SCHIFO, J.: Know your HAPs. P. 33.
STROHBEHN, P., e. a.: Want cleaner air. P. 36.
HRYN, J., e. a.: Charting a course for magnesium. P. 39.
MARCUS, D.: CEO Journal – a bridge over troubled water. P. 44.

MODERN CASTING 95, 2005, no. 11
Domestic business: What are our operational costs? P. 37.
Surveys reveal wage, salary increases. P. 43.
O´SHAUGHNESSY, K.: Do your qualify? P. 47.

MODERN CASTING 95, 2005, no. 12
SCHULTZ, B., e. a.: Global competentiveness: Identifying challenges. P. 21.
BAST, J., e. a.: Optimizing green sand compaction. P. 31.
O´SHAUGHNESS: Increasing profit with machining. P. 36.
JOHNSTON, M.: Cashing on lost foam improvements. P. 39.

MODERN CASTING 96, 2006, no. 1
KIRGIN, K.: Casting sales forecast to grow 15 % by ´08. Pp. 20-25.
SPADA, A. T.: Intercast partners for growth. Pp. 27-32.
BISHOP, B., e. a.: Consolidating your cleaning room. Pp. 33-36.
GOODRICH, T. G., e. a.: How do manganese, sulfer levels affect gray iron
properties. Pp. 42-44.


Fonderie, Fondeur d’aujourd’hui 2005, no. 248 (Oct.)
BOUVET, P.: Evolutions technologiques dans le domaine des Essais Non
Destructifs. Pp. 11-14.
HAIRY, P., e. a.: New gating system design methodology in high pressure die
casting. Pp. 15-25.
STUCKY, M., e. a.: Influence of oxide skins on the fatigue strength of aluminium
alloys. Pp. 28-36.
DUQUET, B., e. a.: Caractérisation et écotoxité des sables usés à prise chimique.
Pp. 38-43.
Succés pour la formation CTIF à la fonderie Norfond. P. 44.
Analyse des marchés clients de la fonderie et des indicateurs économiques. P. 45.
LAVALETTE, G.: La fonderie francaise, vers une nouvelle dynamique stratégique.
Pp. 49-52.
Fonderie, Fondeur d’aujourd’hui 2005, no. 249 (Nov.)
TORRALBA, B.: Mise en conformité avec la réglementation des émissions de COV.
Accompagnement des entreprises en Champagne-Ardenne. Pp. 7-8.
REYNAUD, A.: Les Technologies-clés 2010. Pp. 9-10.
CHIESA, F., e. a.: Modelling of sand casting: reliability studa on an automobile
component and comparision with experimental tests. Pp. 13-23.
DAIRON, J., e. a.: Vacuum decarburization: a solution within reach of small foundries
(part two). Pp. 26-38.
WITTEKOPF, D.: Synthése bibliographique annuelle sur l´acier moulé. Pp. 41-47.
PRETET, M.: L´utilisation du prototypage rapide dans la fonderie de précision
européenne. Pp. 49-52.
LAVALETTE, G.: La fonderie, appareil industriel capitalistique, ou entreprise créatrice
de valeur ? Pp. 53-56.

Fonderie, Fondeur d’aujourd’hui 2005, no. 250 (Dec.)
GAILLARD, Y., e. a.: Les mousses d´aluminium CTIF par voie de fonderie. P. 13.
HUCK, N.: Les huiles essentielles apportent-elles une solution pour lutter contre les
odeurs d´amines générées au noyautage polyuréthanne á prise par gazage? P. 13.
COLBAUT, A., e. a.: Abreuvage de piéces massives en fonte coulées en sable á
prise chimique. P. 38.
REYNAUD, A.: Cinquiémes rencontres internationales de la propriété industrielle. P.

Fonderie, Fondeur d’aujourd’hui 2006, no. 251 (Jan.)
GUINY, M.: L´actualité en fonderie présente au Midest 2005. P. 7.
GODINOT, P.: 10ème rencontre internationale sur les cubilots modernes. Pp. 8-10.
Le développement optimisé de piéces de fonderie. P. 11.
HECHT, M., e. a.: The formation of pinholes by reaction between lamellar graphite
cast iron and green sand (part one). Pp. 12-32.
DUQUET, M.: Identification of volatile organic compounds in gases pouring
emissions. Pp. 34-43.
STUCKY, M.: L´affinage du grain des alliages cuivreux. Pp. 45-53.
LAVALETTE, G.: L´Afrique, un marché à terme pour les fonderies francaises. Pp. 58-

Revue de l’association Technique de Fonderie

Hommes et Fonderie 2005, no. 359 (Nov.)
MUTER, S.: Total quality management in aluminium foundries. Pp. 12-21.
SAILLARD, M.: La simulation des procédés de fonderie pour une meilleure
compétitivité. Pp. 23-29.
V. SILLÉN, R.: Process control methods for production of castings in compacted
graphite iron. Pp. 31-42.
SNECMA, I.: Maitrîse des processus et éléments statistiques. Pp. 44-45.

KOHÁSZAT, 2005, no. 5
European Steel-Technology Platform. Pp. 1-4.
DÉNES, E. e. a.: Replacement of drawn boiler tubes by longitudinally welded
enamelable tubes, Pp. 5-10.
REMPORT, Z.: Roll trains in Korompa before the World War I. Pp 11-13.
FEGYVERNEKI, G.: Effect of intermetallic phases on the crack sensitivity of cylinder
heads. Pp. 19-23.
SYVERTSEN, C.: The Czech foundries expect the market enlargement from the
Unicast Company. Pp. 23-28.
MORANDINI-HARRACH, A.: Falun a part of the world heritage. Pp. 29-32.
SZABLYÁR, P.: Oecotax or environment’s impact fee. Pp. 32-34.
DOBRÁNSZKY, I., e. a.: Magnesium the metal very light, but have been found to be
important. Pp. 35-40.
VERES, Z.; ROÓSZ, A.: Single crystal growing in multizone crystallizator. Pp. 41-45.

– Foundry, Technology, Equipment

GINI, E. C., e. a.: The 75th Anniversary of the Foundry Technology Department at the
Moscow N.E. Bauman State Technical University. Pp. 2-3.
GINI, E. C.: Gennadiy Fedorovich Balandin (1926-1999). Pp. 4-7.
STEPANOV, V. S.: What a foundry engineer should know and be able to do. Pp. 8-9.
ROZHNOV, S. P.: New trends in the cooperation of higher school and branch
science with the Industry. Pp. 10-11.
TIMCHENKO, S. L., e. a.: Effect of electric current on the crystallization of an
aluminium alloy. Pp. 12-13.
POKLAD, V. A., e. a.: Production of cast housing parts for hydraulic, pneumatic and
oil units by directorial solidification. Pp. 14-15.
SEMYONOV, V. I., e. a.: Controlling castings formation in squeeze casting. Pp. 16-
POMERANTSEV, G. V., e. a.: Metalcasting in stomatology. Pp. 20-22.
MEDENNIKOV, Y. M.: Investigating the operation of die casting die vents. P. 23.
BELIKOV, O. A., e. a.: Automatic regulation of casting cooling duration in the mold on
flexible automatic molding lines. Pp. 24-19.
YELISEYEV, Y. S., e. a.: Upgrading the vacuum melting unit with bottom discharge.
Pp. 30-32.
VASILYEV, V. A., e. a.: Peculiarities of building virtual patterns for the methods of
rapid prototyping. Pp. 33-35.
MOROZOV, V. V., e. a.: Use of patterns made by the laser stereolithography
methods in the tekcast process. Pp. 36-38.
ZARUBINA, O. A.: Studying the effect of the rapid prototyping method on the
dimensional accuracy of pattern making. P. 39.
SALYAKOV, D. A., e. a.: Benzene gas evolution during thermal destruction of cores
made by hotbox and amine coldbox processes. P. 40.
LAPSHINA, N. A.: Whether the „Tsar-Cannon” in the Kremlin could-shoot without the
risk of destroying the barrel. Pp. 4-42.
PAVLICHENKO, Y. S.: What the bell ringing depends on. Pp. 42-43.
Supplement 2005, no. 9:
ZARUBIN, A. M., e. a.: About the mathematical simulation of casting machine
operation processes. Pp. 2-6.
VERBITSKY, V. I., e. a.: Simulation of the barrel mixer operation process. Pp. 7-12.

FEDOROV, G. E., e. a.: Influence of structure on the mechanical and operating
descriptions chromium-aluminium coating steel. Pp. 7-9.
YAMSHINSKIY, M. M., e. a.: Influence of technological factors on structure and
properties of heat-resistant chromium-aluminium steel. Pp. 10-12.
FESENKO, M. A.: Optimization of the composition of the additive for graphitizing
modification cast iron in foundry form. Pp. 13-15.
CHAYKOVSKIY, A. A.: Modification at casting on gasifiable model. Pp. 15-16.
FEDOROV, N. N., e. a.: Physico-mechanical activation bentonite clays. Pp. 17-19.
MAKAREVICH, A. P., e. a.: Ceramic forms for litho melted off a surface of model with
low-model ZHS. Pp. 20-22.
SAMARAI, V. P., e. a.: Computerized working place for optimization of the foundry
molds compaction and its information retrieval system. Pp. 23-26.
YELISEYEV, Y. S., e. a.: Production of large-size gas-turbine plant parts in the UVP-
5 vacuum unit. Pp. 27-30.

Journal of the Russian Foundrymen´s Society

SHVETSOV, V. I., e. a.: The zinc ingots chill mould hardness increasing. Pp. 4-7.
FILIPPENKOV, A. A.: The quality increasing and reduced cost as the main factor in
competitiveness for still castings production in Russia. Pp. 7-9.
BUDANOV, E. N.: Production of armature castings (valves, fittings, gates). Pp. 11-18.
KOROLEV, S. P., e. a.: The problems and practice of hypereutectic silumin
modification for piston alloys. Pp. 19-22.
NURADINOV, A. S., e. a.: The influence of vibration on the structure and
characteristics of aluminium alloy AK5M2. Pp. 23-25.
KIDALOV, N. A.; OSIPOVA, N. A.: Resource saving technologies for mould and core
production. Pp. 25-28.
DAVYDOV, N. I.: The Application of electrocorundum powder as release agent. Pp.
SAVELYEV, J. N., e. a.: The practice of molten quartz application for lost wax
process casting. Pp. 31-33.
Modern DISA technological solutions for aluminium and iron casting cleaning. Pp. 33-
ZHEREBTSOV, S. N.: The ZHS6-KP alloy ESHL technology application for turbine
blades Cutto-Lenght selections. Pp. 36-37.
KOSHKIN, A. A.; SKACHKOV, S. B.: ZAO „United ferroalloys systems” – the first
„Ferroalloys supermarket” in action. Pp. 38-39.
NEUSTRUEV, A. A., e. a.: The general method of application programs development
and calculated methods for technical process automatic modelling system castings.
Pp. 40-44.
VORONIN, J. F.: Firm technological modes for casting producing. Pp. 46-48.
Information. P. 48.

The Official organ of press of Belarussian Association of Foundrymen and

HRUSTALEV, B. M.: Belorussian national technical university BNTU – the leading
scientific-innovation establishment of education of the Republic of Belarus. Pp. 7-11.
IVANITSKIJ, N. I.: Mechanical-technological faculty of BNTU – the centre of training
of specialists of metallurgical profile. Pp. 12-13.
ADRIANOV, N. V.: Economic organising mechanism of strategically control of human
resource and efficiency of the export – directed enterprise (at the example of RUP
“BMZ”). Pp. 14-24.
KUKUJ, D. M.: The department “Machines and technology of foundry”. Pp. 25-27.
CHICHKO, A. N., e. a.: Numerical simulation of hydrodynamics of steels mixing in
steel-smelting bowl at different time regimes of the argon input. Pp. 28-31.
SOBOLEV, V. F., e. a.: Thermodynamic estimation of MgO dissolution in slags of
steelmaking. Pp. 32-34.
CHICHKO, A. N.: Algoritmization of computer designing of foundry details with the
help of CAD-systems. Pp. 35-37.
KRUTILIN, A. N.: Analysis of the factors influencing on forming of defects of shrinking
origin at casting of thin-walled ingots. Pp. 38-43.
KUKUJ, D. M., e. a.: Technology of the compound production. Pp. 44-46.
KRUTILIN, A. N., e. a.: Cast iron with vermicular graphite for articles of the engines,
working in terms of heat-changes. Pp. 47-50.
NEVAR, N. F.; FASEVICH, J. N.: Research of casting characteristics of boron-
containing alloys. Pp. 51-53.
FEDULOV, V. N.: Scientific-methodical prerequisites for development of the steel
compositions for increase of resistance of high-loaded stamps of cold deformation.
Pp. 54-58.
TRUSOVA, I. A.: Creative way of the department “Metallurgical technologies”. Pp.
SAMOJLOVICH, J. A., e. a.: Research of thermo-gravity connective processes in
liquid nucleus at hardening of steel ingots. Pp. 63-67.
TIMOSHPOLSKIJ, V. I., e. a.: Research of the tilting processes of the cylinder ingots
in annular furnace. Massage 2. Pp. 68-72.
SAMOJLOVICH, J. A.: Axial chemical heterogenity of continuously casted steel
ingots. P. 73-80.
VEDENEEV, A. V.; PANIZOVICH, V. S.: Modern tendencies of equipment for spit of
metal cord. Pp. 81-85.
ROZHKOV, A. I.: Modern state and perspectives of capacity increase of blast steel-
making furnace. P. 86.
BONDARENKO, I. A., e. a.: Periclase plates for sliding shutters of casting ladles. P.
RJABTSEV, O. A.; VEDENEEV, A. V.: Dependence of bending inflexibility and
stretching module of metal cord on its technical characteristics. Pp. 88-89.
KOTYLKOV, G. N.; ZINOVENKO, A. V.: Steel high-strength brass wire of big
diameter for sleeves of high pressure. Pp. 90-91.
MAJOROV, F. I., e. a.: Decrease of the level of defects on slag impurities and
increase of resistibility of lining at using of pearlite rock. P. 92.
NEMENENOK, B. M.: “The department Metallurgy of casting alloys” and its
contribution into development of foundry-metallurgical production of CIS. Pp. 96-99.
GALUSHKO, A. M., e. a.: The possible technological variants of melting of zinc alloys
out of secondary raw materials. Pp. 100-103.
MIHALTSOV, A. M., e. a.: Water-emulsion lubricants for press-modes of casting
under pressure. Pp. 104-105.
NEMENENOK, B. M., e. a.: Influence of sulfur on the structure and characteristics of
aluminium alloys. Pp. 106-108.
DOVNAR, G. V.; ANDRITS, A. A.: Research of the factors determining metallurgical
output at melting of disperse aluminium materials. Pp. 109-112.
RAFALSKIJ, I. V., e. a.: Thermal analysis of the modified magnesium-containing
silumins with different type of modifier. Pp. 113-115.
SLUTSKIJ, I. V., e. a.: Ways of increase of qualitative characteristics of castings of
high manganese steel. Pp. 116-118.
DOBROVOLSKIJ, I. G.: We are blacksmiths. Pp. 119-121.
ISAJEVICH, L. A., e. a.: The way of production of the teeth of the cutting
mechanisms of grain and feed-harvesting technique segments by plastic deforming.
Pp. 122-128.
ALIFANOV, A. V., e. a.: The peculiarities of the point tool hot extrusion. Pp. 129-131.
PYZHIK, V. I., e. a.: Modern computer technologies – for high schools of Belarus. Pp.
PUCHKOV, E. P.: The history of information and development of the department
“Science of materials in machine-building”. Pp. 137-139.
SITKEVICH, M. V.: Increase of resistibility of deforming accessory, cutting
instrument, details of equipment and machines in the result of borosilicating and
borocarbonitriding in power mixtures coatings without using of special equipment. Pp.
PROTASEVICH, V. F.: Some peculiarities of microhardness and microfragility of
boride layers. Pp. 145-147.
PROTASEVICH, G. F.: Solving of multiple-factor metallurgical problems by means of
mathematical planning of experiment. Pp. 148-150.
KOVALEVSKIJ, V. N.: 50-th anniversary and perspectives of development “Power
metallurgy, welding and technology of materials”. Pp. 151-153.
KOVALEVSKIJ, V. N.: Deformation-thermal strengthening of steel 40X using blast
energy. Pp. 154-156.
ROMAN, O. V., e. a.: Development of carbide and nitride ceramics of increased
resistibility. Pp. 157-162.
ALIFANOV, A. V., e. a.: Production of blade wood-cutting instrument of hot-deformed
alloyed white irons. Pp. 163-166.
LAZARENKOV, A. M.: Department “Protection of labour” and its contribution to
training of specialists for industry of the Republic of Belarus. Pp. 167-168.
ALEXEEV, J. G.: Under the aegis of BNTU to success and creation. Pp. 169-174.
HOMICH, N. S.: Grinding, clearance, polishing – the magnetic field works. Pp. 175-
ROVIN, S. L.: Operative embedding of the latest scientific-technical developments
into production is our most important task. P. 178-179.
ALEXEEV, J. G., e. a.: The complex technology of production of the medical
technique articles, based on plastic deformation and physical-technical methods. Pp.
ALEXEEV, J. G., e. a.: Peculiarities of the processes of the metal articles
dimensional processing by electrolit-plasma way. Pp. 188-195.
GORANSKIJ, G. G.: About thermo-power parameters of compacting at hot pressing
of activated by blast powders SiC. Pp. 196-204.
TOLSTJAK, E. N.: Development of the technology of gas-plasma putting of wear-
resistant coverings on the details of metallurgical production equipment. Pp. 205-208.
JUDIN, I. I.: Development of foundry at BSZ ZAO “Atlant”. Pp. 209-212.

The official organ of press of the Polish Foundrymen´s Association
Foundry Rewiev

PATAJ, S.: Instalation for production of the non-leaden bronze powder set up by
Prodlew sp. z o.o. Warsaw in the factory Federal-Mogul Bimet SA in Gdańsk-Oliwa.
P. 454.
GAWLIK, J.: Relations of the science to the industry. P. 462.
HOLTZER, M.: Possibilities of formation of dioxins and furans as well as methods of
reducing it. Pp. 474.
APONIUK, E.: PEDMO S.A. – with a rich past into the safe future. P. 486.
LYBACKI, W.: international trade fair in Poznan – Innovations-Technologies-
Machines ITM Poland. P. 490.
Information of the Polish Foundrymen’s Association. P. 500.
Home news. P. 504.
News from abroad. P. 508.
Current foreign foundry literature. P. 512.

BARYLA, L.; DZIALOWSKA, B.; SADOWSKA, B., e. a.: Effects of the implementation
of the program Magmasoft in the Iron Foundry Zawiercie SA. P. 568.
DUKALA, M.; DZIEGIEL, J.; SKOCZYLAS, R.: Implementation of the system
Magmasoft in Zetkama S.A.. P. 572.
TARGOWSKI, W.; KRAWCZYK, S.: Magmasoft usage for optimisation of aluminium
disc brake clipper production. P. 578.
SKOCZYLAS, R.; CIEPLAK, M.: Integration of the results of casting simulation with
the programs for engineering analysis. P. 586.
Information of the Polish Foundrymen’s Association. P. 598.
Home news. P. 600.
News from abroad. P. 604.
Current foreign foundry literature. P. 606.

STRANSKY, K.; LEVICEK, P.; SENBERGER, J., e. a.: Oxygen blowing to the re-
melts of the high-alloy steels for castings – Hatfield steel and Cr13Ni1. P. 636.
STRADOMSKI, Z.: Effectiveness evaluation of the explosion strengthening and
temperature stability of the structure of Hadfield-steel castings. P. 644.
ASLANOWICZ, A.; OSCILOWSKI, L.; PYSZ, S., e. a.: Application of the ceramic
filters in the gating systems for cast steel. P. 652.
BOGACZ, T.; GLOWNIA, J.: Technical and economical aspects of argonation of the
Hadfield-cast steel. P. 660.
KRAWIARZ, J.; MAGALAS, L.: Modificated Hadfield-cast steel with increased wear
resistance. P. 666.
SOBULA, S.; SIERANT, Z.; MLYNSKI, M.: oxidation rate of carbon, manganese and
chromium during remelting of the Hadfield – steel scarp and blowing oxygen through
the melt. P. 674.
Information of the Polish Foundrymen’s Association. P. 678.
Home news. P. 684.
News from abroad. P. 688.
Current foreign foundry literature. P. 690.

SCHWART, H.: New release agent free from wax and siloxane. P. 712.
SCHWART, H.: Parting problems in pressure die-casting? P. 714.
ZYREK, A.; JURASZ, J.; BURATOWSKI, J.: Quality as the development drive of a
firm. P. 720.
KROLIKOWSKI, T: Ferrex ... after 16 years.... P. 722.
DZIK, S.: The first in Poland integrated permission for the Iron Foundry WSK
Rzeszow sp. z o.o.
DANKO, J.; JASINSKA, M.; KIELBIK, M.: Meeting of editors of technical journals
dealing with the foundry sector. P. 726.
GLOWKA, J.: Stanislaw Staszic in the collective memory of the polish society. P.
Information of the Polish Foundrymen’s Association. S. 740.
Home news. P. 743.
News from abroad. P. 747.
Current foreign foundry literature. P. 750.

WOJCIK, J.; SOLINSKI, W.; STEFANOWICZ, M., e. a.: Impact-Squeeze Moulding
Machine FIP-108. P. 774.
ZYCH, J.: Optimisation of the moulding technology based on the water-glass sands
hardened by esters. P. 782.
HOLTZER, M.: May the coal dust be eliminated from the classical moulding sand? P.
ZAPALSKA-NOWAK, K.; KROKOSZ, J.: Stanislaw Staszic against the background of
the enlightenment. P. 800.
Home news. P. 806.
News from abroad. P. 814.
Current foreign foundry literature. P. 822.

Journal of Romanian Foundry Technical Association

REVISTA DE TURNĂTORIE 11, 2005, no. 9-10
CIOBANU, I.: Researches regarding the influence of the location of the feeders
related to the runner on the retention of inclusions inside the pouring gates. P. 2-6.
HOLLY, A.: Filters filter? S. 7-9.
CIOBANU, I., e. a.: The real solidification module computation in the case of using
external coolers or thermo insulated materials inside the moulds. Pp. 10-15.
DRAGOI, F.; RUSU, C.: The aspects regarding the preparation of the green sand for
high density forming. P. 15-20.
MARGINEAN, I., e. a.: Investigate techniques of aluminium recycling industry by-
products. Pp. 21-25.
RUSU, T.; AVRAM, S. E.: The developments of the metal casting departament of the
Technical University of Cluj Napoca on the environmental safety. Pp. 25-27.
ZIRBO, G.; VARVARA, D. A.: The contribution of the electric arc furnace at the
pollution in steel foundry. Pp. 27-30.
STAVARACHE, S.: The wear of the cast copper alloy journal bearings. Pp. 31-34.
SOFRONI, L.; SERACHITOPOL, M.: Trends and achievements in the production of
castings. Pp. 35-47.
From ATTR Activity. Pp. 47-50.
SOFRONI, L.; SERACHITOPOL, M.: The review of the foundry magazines. Pp. 51-

REVISTA DE TURNATORIE 11, 2005, no. 11-12
POPESCU, V. I.: The omogenization structure mechanism and quaternary carbides
forming in ledeburitic steels. P. 3-7.
RIPOSAN, I.: CAEF – Integration perspectives of the Romanian casters. Pp. 7-9.
MAGINEAN, I., e. a.: Aluminium recycling industry by-products testing to use them
like mixture moulding filler or in building materials industry. Pp. 9-11.
CIOBANU, I., e. a.: Aspects about the real solidification conditions of castings. Pp.
DRAGOI, F.; RUSU, C.: The aspects regardings the preparation of the green sand
for high density forming. Pp. 16-22.
FLOREA, G. H., e. a.: Ornamentaly cast objects. Pp. 23-26.
SOFRONI, L.: Trends and achievements in the production of castings. Pp. 26-28.
SOFRONI, L.; SERACHITOPOL, M.: The review of the foundry magazines. Pp. 28-
WFO-Informations. P. 39.


SLÉVÁRENSTVI 93, 2005, no. 10
SZELA, P.: Castings degreasing – hard-to-degrease materials. Pp. 441-445.
KUBICEK, J.: Thermal spraying of coatings on the castings. Pp. 445-452.
HLAVAK, V.: Modern surface treatment by zinc and aluminium flakes also suitable for
castings. Pp. 453-456.
PROUZA, V.: Fluoropolymer coatings in practice. Pp. 456-459.
BENESOVA, J.; PARAKOVA, M.: Polysiloxane coatings applied on hot dip
galvanised surface. Pp. 456-464.
KAFKA, V., e. a.: Possibilities of application of the artificial intelligence at control
steelmaking in an electric arc furnace – 2nd part. Pp. 465-470.
SLÉVÁRENSTVI 93, 2005, no. 11-12
BROWN, A.: Graded coal. Pp. 513-515.
BARTA, J.: Two-stage tempering of martensitic stainless steels for H2S service. Pp.
SZARVASY, P., e. a.: Use of iron correctors for improving properties of silumin
castings. Pp. 521-524.
KANAK, D., e. a.: Centrifugally cast parts for generators of wind-power plants. Pp.
KOVALSKY, V.: A question for top manager: What management system would you
choose? Pp. 530-533.

Journal of the Slovenian Foundrymen’s Society

LIVARSKI VESTNIK 52, 2005, Nr. 3
LOJEN, G., e. a.: Microstructure of fast cast ribbons from shape memory alloys Cu-
Al-Ni. Pp. 98-123.
EICHLSEDER, W., e. a.: Optimisation of cast components regarding fatigue strength.
Pp. 124-136.
Interest for the International Foundry Conference in Portoroz is growing. Pp. 137-143.

LIVARSKI VESTNIK 52, 2005, no. 4
MRVAR, P., e. a.: Nonmetallic inclusions and intermetal compounds in Alloy AM60,
Pp. 146-159.
KAINER, K. U.; HORT, N.: Recent developments in magnesium die casting. Pp. 160-
PRISTAVEC, J.; TERCIC, M.: Computer simulation of the thermal loads in aluminium
pressure die casting process. Pp. 172-178.
UNKIC, F., e. a.: Microstructural characteristics of nodular cast iron grade EN-GJS-
350-22-LT. Pp. 179-187.

Journal of the Research Institute in Cracow

BIALOBRZESKI, A.; WILK, J.: A versatile method of modelling heat flows for quick
simulation of the solidification and cooling of thixotropic castings. P. 3.
MOUQUET, O.: Criticality of foundry imperfections. P. 9.
A list of the chosen scientific and research works of the Foundry Research Institute
completed in the year 2004. Part 1. P. 20.
KAPLON, P.: Method of technological foresight is an answer to the needs of
rebuilding the production level and competitive development of foundry industry in
Poland. General statements. P. 23.
Foundry practice – an industrial sector of key importance for the stale economy. P.
A system of production control and a BSC (Balanced Scorecard) management in
foundries. Part 1. Principles protective instruments for the small and medium
enterprises. P. 28.
Imposing a definite anti-dumping duty on imports of certain castings of coverings
underground chamber originating from the People 's Republic of China. P. 29.
Management of the waste green moulding sands and sand compositions. P. 31.
Information sources ensuring the conditions of industrial safety in production process.
P. 34.
KROKOSZ, J.; PRZYBYLSKI, J.: Models made in the RPS-LOM technique and
utilised to real visualisation of their prototypes. P. 37.
HOLTZER, M.: Comparison of the cast iron melting process in a cupola, induction
furnace and rotary furnace. P. 41.
Chairs in the square of the Ghetto Heroes in Cracow. An interview with the President
of the Board of Directors of Metalodlew S.A.. P. 41.
Information on standard. P. 51.
Summaries of the chosen foreign articles. P. 54.
Reference to articles from the latest foreign journals. P. 62.
Choice of information from scientific and technical journals. P. 65.
Patents – protective laws – patent applications. P. 76.
Training organised by the foundry research institute in the second half of the year
2005. P. 78.

PYTEL, A.: Chosen tests of chromium cast iron for milling elements for coal. P. 4.
Kluska-Nawarecka, S.; Nawarecki, E.; Polcik, H., e. a.: The information and decision
system aiding the elaborating of scientific works as well as works for industry. P. 10.
A list of the chosen scientific and research works of the Foundry Research Institute
completed in the year 2004. Part 2. P. 8.
A Foundry on the way to internationalisation. P. 21.
Desindustrialisation of France or rather a crisis of badly managed transformations
(reprint). P. 23.
Globalization – a chance or menace to the French foundries (reprint). P. 27.
Office for Product Certification at the Foundry Research Institute in Cracow. P. 30.
Environmental management in the light of PN-EN ISO 14000:2005. P. 33.
GWIZDZ, A.; WIERZCHOWSKI, W.: An attempt to improve the properties of
chromium cast iron used for elements for milling of ceramic materials and copper ore.
P. 34.
KROKOSZ, J.; PRZYBYLSKI, J.: "Reverse engineering" in foundry practice. An
attempt to use the 3D scanner for making patterns in RPS-LOM technique. P. 41.
Senberger, J.; Buchal, A.; Filipek, J., e. a.: Application of heat treated SG iron for
abrasion-resisting cast parts of agricultural machines (reprint). P. 48.
Added value through technical development. P. 53.
Information on standards. P. 55.
Summary of the chosen foreign articles. P. 59.
Reference to articles from the latest foreign journals. P. 66.
Choice of information from scientific and technical journals. P. 68.
11th International Fair of Technologies for Foundry "METAL", Kielce, 28-30 Sep.
2005. P. 76.
International Exhibition dedicated to plants, machines and technologies in the
aluminium industry, 17-20 May 2006, fair centre in Montichiari, Brescia, Italy. P. 82.
Publications useful to the work of enterprises. P. 83.

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