quench temperature

quench temperature

[′kwench ‚tem·prə·chər]
(engineering)
The temperature of the medium used for quenching.
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On the other hand, foaming time and quench temperature are supporting parameters for foam growth.
A thermocouple was installed to measure quench temperature, but several factors eliminated that approach for rod-end temperature.
Output of the two IR thermometers, quench temperature, and track speed are all recorded for future analysis.
For comparison the difference between initial quench temperature and [T.
4 times slower than that for a PB/SBR binary blend, even after taking the change in diffusivity as a function of quench temperature into account.
ADI's tensile strength ultimately depends upon quench temperature.
q] is the quench temperature, and h is the heat transfer coefficient between the sample and the quench medium.
With the exception of HH444, for each quench temperature the relative degree of crystallinity increased as molecular weight increased.
If low quench temperatures are used, then a small amount of martensite may be present with the ausferrite.