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HELLO,
i am looking for book recommendation regarding valves casting & dies(book which talks in detail regarding optimization of valves casting, pattern,dies in process point of view as well as dimensional point of view).

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It really depends which angle you’re coming from I think having seen what is available.

Unfortunately it’s all interlinked, process understanding informs design choices which drives dimension selection which is what’re your casting comes from...

I know a recent colleague of mine self-published a book following this approach; but equally you could get a copy of Pearson and some of the older handbooks about valves and with a lot of work get somewhere near an understanding??

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Thank you so much for these recommendations!

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Thanks for the information. I would advise you to read the Passing short story. Passing is a novel by the American writer Nella Larsen, first published in 1929. You can read more about this book here https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/the-ending-of-passing-making-sense-of-chaos/ The novel takes place mainly in the Harlem area of New York in the 1920s. The plot focuses on the reunion of two childhood friends - Claire Kendry and Irene Redfield - and their growing charm. with each other's lives.

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