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The measured solidification range for the bismuth-containing alloy was approximately 90[degrees]F (50[degrees]C) greater than the leaded alloy solidification range and approximately 81[degrees]F (45[degrees]C) smaller than the lead/bismuth free alloy The liquidus of the bismuth containing alloys was lower than both the leaded and lead/bismuth free alloys.
The solidification process of casting explosives in artillery shells is used to produce high-explosive ammunitions (HE ammunitions).
During the solidification of hypoeutectic gray cast iron, two main events can be differentiated, the precipitation of the primary phase and the eutectic phase.
Further understanding of the recalescence stage for undercooled liquid, in terms of dynamics and structure, could possibly unveil a strong influence of this stage on solidification of static or spreading drops.
to compare the shapes of the probability density distribution functions P(L) obtained at different solidification temperatures.
Paton Electric Welding Institute has developed and subsequently improved the mathematical model of solidification of cylindrical ingots in electron beam melting in an intermediate container (EBMIC) which makes it possible to determine the distribution of temperatures in the cylindrical ingot at any moment of time and, consequently, the configuration of the liquid pool and of the zone of the solid-liquid state of the metal in relation to the technological parameters of the electron beam melting (process productivity, periodicity of pouring in the melt into the solidification mould and the power of electron beam heating) (3).
The complete elimination of shrinkheads from parts require the utilization of feeders as well as ensuring solidification of the liquid alloy oriented towards these.
of British Columbia, Canada) present 80 papers from the June 2009 International Conference on Modeling Casting, Welding and Advanced Solidification Processes.
Because the PITDRY solidification system works by absorbing free liquids contained in the drill spoils, the higher the solids content of the material to be disposed, the lower the dosage of the PITDRY reagent required for disposal (clear water requires a dosage of approximately 2 percent PITDRY by weight).
This means that during final solidification of the solder joint, a "soup" forms of molten solder and solidified particles that have a different grain structure than the last solidifying alloy elements.
The key factor in producing a frozen droplet with a sharp point is the difference between the angle that the solid makes with the solidification front during freezing and the angle that the liquid makes with the front.
Solidification structures - faceted, dendritic, eutectic and peritectic