The influence of SPS sintering temperature on microstructure and magnetic properties of the sintering bulk alloy of melt quenching Fe7oCr8Mo2Si5B15 powders by ball milling and MA Fe73.5Cu1Nb3Si13.5Bg and Fe80Co4Nb7B9 nanocrystalline powders was studied.
The efficiency of BNK-40/180 bitumen modification with a blended thermoelastoplast and its components is studied by measuring the kinetics of the stress relaxation in melts.
The behavior of the two opposing brush melts and a single brush monolayer in contact with two mica surfaces was compared.
Molecular mechanisms involved in the rearrangements of brush melts are proposed for both systems.
The size dependence of the specific surface free energy of small droplets of a simple Lennard-Jones fluid, water, and metal melts was studied in the first and second approximations of the perturbation theory.
Two approaches are used to study the adsorption of components from polydisperse polymer melts.
Preparation and characterization of nanotube Li-Ti-O by molten salt method
This research is useful for analyzing the bulging deformation in the continuous casting of a slab under the static pressure of the molten steel and the thermal loading because of the temperature gradient along the solidified shell thickness.
According to the features of the globular-transfer mode, the additional heat energy from molten metal droplets was treated as a plane or volumetric heat source term to correspond to different welding conditions.
Estimation of thermodynamic properties of the ternary molten salt system, LiF-NaF-BeF2, by the modified Peng-Robinson equation
The molten salt reactor (MSR), which is one of the generation IV reactors, can meet the demand of transmutation and breeding.
With the help of a rational choice of dimensionless similitude parameters, a generalized dependence on the intensity of melt flow is obtained for the radial segregation of dopants.
This dependence is invariant with respect to the type of motive power and thermal boundary conditions in the region of very small velocities of melt flow ("creeping" flow), which are characteristic for microgravity conditions.
It is based on the assumption of instantaneous removal of melt, when the melt zone size reaches its critical value.
By the end of the heating period and under the effect of a flux of higher density, the layer of melt formed on the ceramic surface is optically infinite for reflection at all wavelengths, while no optical infinity is attained at a lower flux density.
It is suggested to treat an atomic substitutional solution exhibiting the properties of regular solution as a model of melt of multi-component corium consisting of metals and metalloids.