Prediction of Properties of Microwave- Hardened Sandmixes Containing Water- Glass with Use of Neural Networks

Journal title

Archives of Foundry Engineering




No 2



Foundry engineering ; artificial neural networks ; Loose self-hardening moulding sand ; Water-glass ; microwaves

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Techniczne


The Katowice Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences


2015[2015.01.01 AD - 2015.12.31 AD]


Artykuły / Articles


DOI: 10.1515/afe-2015-0047 ; ISSN 2299-2944


Archives of Foundry Engineering; 2015; No 2


Stachowicz (2013), Effect of hardening methods of moulding sands with water glass on structure of bonding bridges of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 10, 123. ; Stachowicz (2014), Possibilities of reclamation of microwave - hardened molding sands with water glass of Metallurgy and Materials, Archives, 59, 757. ; Stachowicz (2013), Dielectric hardening method of sandmixes containing hydrated sodium silicate, Metalurgija, 52, 169. ; Jakubski (2011), Active binder content as a factor of the control system of the moulding sand quality of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 11, 49. ; Granat (2007), The influence of microwave curing time and water glass kind on the properties of molding sands of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 7, 79. ; Jakubski (2010), Selected parameters of moulding sands for designing quality control systems of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 10, 11. ; Jakubski (2010), The usage of data mining tools for green moulding sands quality control of Metallurgy and Materials, Archives, 55, 843. ; Granat (2009), Determination of application possibilities of microwave heating in the curing process of water glass molding sands with fluid esters Part of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 9, 45. ; Samsonowicz (1974), Reasonable hardening of sandmixes containing water - glass blown - through with carbon dioxide Foundry in Polish, Review, 24, 309. ; Małachowska (2012), Innovative microwave hardening of water - glass containing sandmixes in technical - economic approach of Foundry Engineering, Archives, 12, 75. ; Stachowicz (2010), Studies on the possibility of more effective use of water glass thanks to application of selected methods of hardening of Foundry Engineering spec iss, Archives, 10, 135. ; Wang Jina (2009), Properties of sodium silicate sand hardened by microwave heating, China Foundry, 6, 191.