Definition of Liquidus. Meaning of Liquidus. Synonyms of Liquidus

Definition of Liquidus. Meaning of Liquidus. Synonyms of Liquidus

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- alloys and rocks. Above the liquidus temperature the material is homogeneous and liquid at equilibrium. Below the liquidus temperature, more and more crystals...
- the liquidus. The solidus is always less than or equal to the liquidus, but they need not coincide. If a gap exists between the solidus and liquidus it...
- The wetting time ideally stays below 60 seconds above liquidus. Additional time above liquidus may cause excessive intermetallic growth, which can lead...
- 802°C (1475°F) and a liquidus flow point of 899°C (1650°F). Argentium 935 silver has a solidus of 803°C (1477°F) and a liquidus of 903°C (1657°F), while...
- magma. Gabbro may have a liquidus temperature near 1,200 °C, and the derivative granite-composition melt may have a liquidus temperature as low as about...
- Temperature ranges for solidus and liquidus (the boundaries of the mushy state) are listed as solidus/liquidus.In the Sn-Pb alloys, tensile strength...
- avoid constitutional supercooling. Supercooled zones are observed when the liquidus temperature gradient at the interface is larger than the temperature gradient...
- is predominantly observed in alloys having a marked difference between liquidus and solidus temperatures. It is often being removed by subsequent annealing...
- 60% yields reduced strength and liquidus above 900 °C. Silver content above 85% yields reduced strength, high liquidus and high cost. Copper-rich alloys...
- 35 50 60 80 100 Solidus point (°C) 1538 1200 1203 1212 1207 1207 1414 Liquidus point (°C) 1538 1212 1410 1220 1230 1360 1414 Density (g/cm3) 7.87 6...
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