eutectic system


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eutectic system

[yü′tek·tik ′sis·təm]
(physical chemistry)
The particular composition and temperature of materials at the eutectic point. Also known as eutectic mixture.
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Usually it is required that the eutectic system was able to perform pull-down at 35[degrees]C ambient temperature for 'north' and at 38[degrees]C for 'south' applications.
Further the applicability of general charge reduction strategies for refrigerating plant with eutectic system is analyzed together with some aspects specific to low temperature systems.
In this sense the eutectic system is similar to household refrigerator, but the evaporation temperature in case of eutectic system is varying in much wider range.
Figure 2 shows the phase diagram of the Ni-C eutectic as a typical example of a metal-carbon eutectic system.
Therefore, according to an agreement among the temperature community and based on the highest reproducibility found for the inflection point of a melting curve, the corresponding emf of the inflection point of the melting curve is used to define the melting temperature of the eutectic system.
Manel Rodrigo, Marketing Manager, Direct Drive, comments: "The eutectic system offers an ideal, economical and environmentally friendly solution for a niche market, in particular daytime deliveries of frozen goods in urban areas.
Previously, Thermo King's eutectic systems comprised a nose- or undermounted condenser unit that was compatible with any truck body design and eutectic plate or beam system.
To achieve the right temperature configuration, a Frigoblock Eutectic system has been fitted in the rear compartment and a DL280 fan kit in the front compartment.
The majority of the traditional aluminum casting alloys are based on the aluminum-silicon eutectic system because of its excellent casting characteristics, including good fluidity and resistance to hot tearing.
Alternatives to the Al-Si Eutectic System in Aluminum Casting Alloys (15-089)
Therefore it is the most promising of the eutectic systems for high temperature applications.
The 53 selected and peer-reviewed papers consider the use of the materials in the industry from such perspectives as complete benzene oxidation over colloidal gold catalysts supported on nanostructure zinc oxide, effects of wastewater from dyeing and printing on the combustion of coal powder, inactivating Escherichia coli on titanium dioxide photocatalysis nanoparticles, preparing and characterizing aluminum-pillared rectorite, preparing phase-change building materials, surface physicochemical properties of easy-cleaning ceramic, evaluating healthy living water, predicting the melting of organic phase-change materials for energy storage with simple low eutectic systems, and research and university education in ecological environment functional materials in China.