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7.7 Summary

In this chapter it has been shown that the ``common'' diagram is not valid and produces unrealistic trends therefore has no value what so ever24. The reformed diagram was introduced. The mathematical theory/presentation based on established scientific principles was introduced. The effects of various important parameters was discussed. The method of designing the die casting process was discussed. The plunger diameter has a value for which the gate velocity has a maximum. For gate velocity, when the same happen . Thus, this maximum gate velocity determines whether an increase in the plunger diameter will result in an increase in the gate velocity or not. An alternative way has been proposed to determine the plunger diameter.


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