Paper Title
A Review Of Rheocasting Technique On Al/Mg Alloys

The problem of casting Aluminium or Magnesium alloys is a big deal for researchers since molten alloys while casting causes the occurrence of various defects. The defects arise when grain particles are settling down during normal solidification by irregular arrangement and leading to dendrite forming structure along with solidification shrinkage and hot tearing. In 1970, it is found that semi solid metal casting can sort out the above mentioned defects which utilize the thixotropic behavior of the Aluminium and Magnesium alloys. In this paper, an attempt has been made to review the properties of the Aluminium and Magnesium alloys, the SSR technique and DCRC process for the aluminium and magnesium alloys.