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Viscosity Characteristics of Liquid Iron,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Viscosity was determined on a high-temperature viscometer via the method of torsional oscillations of a crucible. The measurements were conducted in a purified helium atmosphere, and the process of heating and cooling the melt spanned a temperature range from the melting point to 1,700-1750 degrees C with measurements at 10-16 temperature levels. It was possible to obtain a series of measurements for liquid iron in the supercooled state. Author
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