Entrainment defect

Entrainment defect

An entrainment defect is a term used in metallurgy to describe a defect created in a casting by the folding-over of the oxidized surface layer of the molten metal into the bulk liquid.

References

* "Castings" by J. Campbell (Elsevier, 2003) Chapter 2.


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