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27]. 28]. 29]. Free-jet chill-block melt spinning and melt-extraction be used to generate a flake product directly if continuity is interrupted by a series of regularly spaced notches on the chillblock. 30]. 3 mm across. These provide a more suitable feedstock for consolidation by powder metallurgy than continuous ribbon, for example, which exhibits a much lower packing density. As for other rapid solidification methods, minimum cross-sectional dimension and the operative heat transfer coefficient h at surfaces are important in determining the structure and properties of products of spinning.
Cu 60 70 80 90 100 Cu Fig. 14. Phase diagram of Cu-Ti showing To lines of various phases as well as the regions in which metastable amorphous and fcc phases are formed 18 1 Introduction and Background shown for the terminal fcc Cu-phase as well as for the hcp (X-Ti and bcc P-Ti terminal phases. In addition, the To line is shown for the intermetallic compound Ti 2 Cu. 24]. 24]. At very high cooling rates (::::: 106 K/s), a glassy phase is produced over the central portion ofthe phase diagram, as indicated in the figure.
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