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In this paper, in order to improve the performance of the ZL205A castings, continuous ultrasonic and pulsed ultrasonic treatments were applied to the melted alloy to study the effect of ultrasound propagation distance on microstructure and microhardness. The results indicated that ZL205A grains were significantly refined by ultrasonic vibration, but the refinement effect became weak gradually with the increase of sampling depth. The minimum grain sizes were 103.2 μm and 122.5 μm respectively indoi:10.3390/ma13194240 pmid:32977612 fatcat:3cns2a4bdbclzbkcrxkcvq4rxu