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Dendritic growth of the binary succinonitrile-camphor system
(WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, 2007)
Succinonitrile (SCN)-2wt% Camphor (CAMP) alloy was unidirectionally solidified with a constant temperature gradient (G=3.01 K/mm) at different growth rates (V=6.5- 113 mu m/s) and with a constant growth rate (V=6.5 mu m/s) ...
Dendritic growth in an aluminum-silicon alloy
(ASM INTERNATIONAL, 2007)
Unidirectional solidification experiments have been carried out on an Al-3 wt.% Si alloy as a function of temperature gradient, G and growth rate, V. The samples were solidified under steady-state conditions with a constant ...
Directional solidification and characterization of the Cd-Sn eutectic alloy
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2007)
The Cd-67.8 wt.% Sn eutectic alloy was prepared by melting together appropriate amounts of cadmium and tin (both of 99.99% purity) in a graphite crucible in a vacuum melting furnace. Then, this eutectic alloy was poured ...
Mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties of the directionally solidified Bi-Zn-Al ternary eutectic alloy
A Bi-2.0Zn-0.2Al (wt%) ternary eutectic alloy was prepared using a vacuum melting furnace and a casting furnace. The samples were directionally solidified upwards at a constant growth rate (V = 18.4 mu m/s) under different ...
The Dependence of Lamellar Spacings and Microhardness on the Growth Rate in the Directionally Solidified Bi-43 wt.% Sn Alloy at a Constant Temperature Gradient
(KOREAN INST METALS MATERIALS, 2009)
Bi-43 wt.% Sn eutectic samples were directionally solidified upward with five different growth rates (V = 8.3-164.8 mu m/s) at a constant temperature gradient (G = 3.55 K/mm) in a Bridgman type directional solidification ...
Dependency of Microstructural Parameters and Microindentation Hardness on the Temperature Gradient in the In-Bi-Sn Ternary Alloy with a Low Melting Point
(KOREAN INST METALS MATERIALS, 2008)
The ternary alloy In-21.5 at.% Bi-17.8 at.% Sn, which has a melting point of 60 degrees C, was directionally solidified upward with a constant growth rate (V = 3.2 mu m/s) and different temperature gradients (G = 0.91 K/mm ...