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fluxing

[′fləks·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
The development of the liquid phase in a ceramic body under heat treatment by the melting of low-fusion components; used in steel manufacture, metal smelting, and assaying.
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Then 480 g of a slag (579 g in case of slag D) is formed on top of the liquid steel to which then 120 g of the fluxing materials (21 g in case of Ca[F.
Under the revisions, facilities can seek approval for alternative monitoring that fully demonstrates compliance for fluxing and lime injection operations without regard to the technical or economic feasibility of the procedure specified in the rule.
During a four-year period, degassing and fluxing trials and evaluations of molten metal cleanliness were conducted in green and nobake sand, low pressure, semi-permanent and permanent mold casting facilities.
In selecting a spray fluxing system, one must consider the complexity of the circuit boards being processed in a lead-free environment.
Fluxing is a critical parameter in the wave soldering process, and with the introduction of Pb-free soldering, flux can determine whether the process is sucessful.
Detailed are the melt operations of two aluminum casting facilities, including charging, fluxing and degassing.
First, Pb-free solder wetting is poorer, and non-wetting often occurs with no-flow fluxing chemistry, particularly in the case of OSP finishes.
Powder and granular fluxing techniques are presented, providing details on flux chemistry and composition.
Spray fluxing applications are not immune from problems during Pb-free solder processing.
Wave soldering has a number of sub-processes, which include fluxing, preheating, soldering and cooling.
This slag also contains fluxing material and increases the danger of flux attack.