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Viscosity, Density and Surface Energy of Molten Alloys of Iron and Silicon
AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
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Investigations of heat and volume effects in mixing, heats of fusion and a number of other characteristics of molten alloys of silicon with fourth period transition metals indicates a high energy of interaction of dissimilar atoms and their severe microheterogeneity. Results of determining viscosity, surface energy and density of Fe-Si alloys are discussed. Kinematic viscosity was calculated according to the decrement of damping of a cylindrical crucible with the melt. Surface energy and density were determined by the large drop method.
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