Monotectic Alloy Solidification - Determination of the Liquidus Surface in the System Succinnonitrile-Ethanol-Glycerol View Full Text


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1982

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Richard N. Grugel, A. Hellawell

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT The microstructure of alloys undergoing a monotectic reaction, Liquid I ⇆ Solid I + Liquid II, is related to the height of the liquid miscibility gap, upper consolute temperature, T C , relative to that of the monotectic horizontal at T M . It has been shown in the system Cu-Pb-Al that a transition in microstructure occurs as the temperature interval, T c -T M , changes with composition. In order to observe the structural change directly in a transparent material, it has been necessary to determine the liquidus surface for the system succinnonitrile(S)-ethanol(E)-glycerol(G). In this system monotectic reactions in the binary S-E and S-G systems are joined by a monovariant valley and a structural transition occurs at approximately 85.6 wt. % S, 7.5 wt. % E, 6.9 wt. % G, at a ratio of 48:52 = G:E. More... »

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417

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1979-01. Monotectic composite growth in METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A
  • 1982-03. The occurrence of aligned microstructures in directionally solidified aluminum-bismuth alloys in METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A
  • 1981-04. Alloy solidification in systems containing a liquid miscibility gap in METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A
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