liquidus


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liq·ui·dus

 (lĭk′wĭ-dəs)
n.
The minimum temperature at which all components of a mixture, such as an alloy, can be in a liquid state.

liquidus

(ˈlɪkwɪdəs)
n
(General Physics) thermodynamics the line on a graph of temperature versus composition, above which a substance is in liquid form
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The points on the line are the liquidus of the samples 2, 3, 4 and 5 from right to left.
One representative cooling curve from a bismuth-containing alloy and an integration of that curve were used to determine the liquidus and solidus temperatures, Table 1 shows the experimentally determined liquidus and solidus temperatures measured for bismuth-containing alloys and the database values for the leaded and lead/bismuth-free alloy compositions.
Reducing soak time will reduce solder oxidation before reflow time (time above liquidus temperature) and cause less flux to be exhausted.
Recycled aluminum pieces were charged in to graphite crucible, and the furnace temperature was raised up to liquidus temperature (750[degrees]C).
Thermo-Calc predicts solidus temperature of 525[degrees]C, liquidus temperature of 627[degrees]C, and, for expected 60% solid fraction, processing temperature of 584[degrees]C.
The increased liquidus temperature of lead-free solders has driven processing temperatures into areas where sensitive components have significant body temperature and time limitations.
Andrew Stead is back in his traditional Fairy role this time, no doubt living up to his bubbly title of Fairy Liquidus.
Es imprescindible evitar que la temperatura del acero liquido caiga por debajo de la temperatura liquidus (es decir, la temperatura en la que el acero comienza a solidificarse).
The car business has been good for Liquidus, which streams to about 22,000 dealer sites.