Directional solidification of lead-copper immiscible alloys in a cyclic gravity environment View Full Text


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DATE

1988-11

AUTHORS

S. Shah, R. N. Grugel, B. D. Lichter

ABSTRACT

Hypermonotectic copper-lead alloys were directionally solidified at unit gravity on earth and also in the cyclic gravitational environment attainable during flight of NASA's KC-135 aircraft. In both cases macrosegregation developed that consisted of an initial lead-rich phase above which an aligned composite structure of apparent monotectic composition grew. Differences within these regions are examined, and the suitability of the KC-135 environment for directional solidification of monotectic alloys is discussed. More... »

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2677-2680

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  • 1981-04. Alloy solidification in systems containing a liquid miscibility gap in METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A
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