casting stress

casting stress

[′kast·iŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
Any stress that develops in a casting due to geometry and casting shrinkage.
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Magnesium's excellent dimensional stability, with minimal residual casting stress and consistent predictable shrinkage rates, ensures part-to-part consistency in die cast magnesium alloy components not attainable with aluminum.