Further studies have shown that the inclusion of Bi in Pb-free alloys can stabilize the mechanical properties if the alloy is aged above its solvus
. This stabilization is due to the Bi particles dissolving into the Sn matrix when heated above its solvus
, and then precipitating out uniformly when cooled.
Rapid decompressive and nearly homothermal conditions make this supercritical fluid intersect its solvus
. Thus, immiscibility can occur, yielding a 40 wt.% NaCl equivalent hypersaline fluid and a 5 wt.% NaCl equivalent low-salinity fluid (the blue path in Figure 14).
At temperatures below the solvus
curve, a solid solution is no longer structurally stable but tends to reject solute atoms from its own lattice.
1200[degrees]C is a temperature higher than the solvus
temperature of the [gamma]' precipitates.
The Mn7C3 solvus
in the liquid Cu-Mn-C alloy increases from 2 at% (0.4%) C at about 1173K (900C) to 3 at% (0.6%) C at about 1248K (975C), above which a second liquid solution, a little richer in carbon (L2), becomes the saturation phase.
DHC testing is sensitive to the temperature history, the maximum value is attained by cooling from a temperature higher than the solvus
temperature of hydrogen in the specimen, and therefore a temperature cycle was applied to all specimens before testing.
Rising Na contents indicate rising temperatures according to the known muscovite-paragonite solvus
(e.g., Chatterjee and Flux, 1986) especially since higher Na contents were observed in Si richer micas.
Tantalum, dissolving in [gamma]'-phase, increases temperature of full dissolution (solvus
) of the latter and limit temperature of the alloy serviceability.
La zona de solucion alcanza una temperatura maxima entre la temperatura eutectica y la temperatura de solvus
de la aleacion.
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