Determination of solidus and liquidus temperatures in the low carbon steel using three devices for high-temperature thermal analysis and specialized programs January 2014 Authors: 0000288927 00000 n Elevated tundish temperatures greater than 25oC above Determination of solidus and liquidus temperatures in the low carbon steel using three devices for high-temperature thermal analysis and specialized programs January 2014 Authors: Solution heat treatment times, C. Journeau, P. Piluso, in Comprehensive Nuclear Materials, 2012. This causes tensile stresses at the centerline and in addition to the shrinkage of the phase transformations may lead to centerline cracking. Liquidus-solidus of typical core–concrete mixtures; curve 1, SiO2; curve 2, siliceous; curve 3, limestone–sand; curve 4, limestone; curve 5, lime. II.11.6 for the ACE L7. 41a. In chemistry, materials science, and physics, the solidus is the locus of temperatures (a curve on a phase diagram) below which a given substance is completely solid (crystallized). liquidus and solidus temperatures, the temperature of peritectic transformation, etc. They were also calculated by Thermo-calc software and empirical formulae separately. 0000219091 00000 n In the 11thedition of The Making Shaping and Treating of Steel, Steelmaking and Refining Volume there are two formulae to be used for calculating liquidus temperature: For Steel with C < 0.50 %. An example is shown in Fig. 0000000016 00000 n heated in a vacuum furnace from room temperature for both austenite at 950 – 1350 oC [15] and delta-ferrite at 1200-1525 oC [16] at strain rates ranging from 10-5 - 10-2 sec-1. Mid-face cracking takes place typically in the secondary cooling area and cracks closer to the surface are forming in the mold. These temperatures are critical parameters for proper settings of the models (physical or numerical) or in the final stage of an applied research of a real process. 0000288322 00000 n The liquidus and solidus temperatures of FeCrAl stainless steel were determined by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) at different heating rates. Once the solidus temperature has been exceeded, the alloy starts melting and completely liquefies as soon as the liquidus temperature has been reached (or the liquidus line exceeded). For sample 3 was evaluated value of TP 1492 C. Solidus temperature was obtained for three different cooling rates [22] between 1425 and 1460 C. There is significantly less agreement in the temperature of the solidus. Pure metals are fluid, and they melt at a single temperature. Table 3 Solidus temperatures for S34MnV steel grade determined by the formula, Computherm and DSC experiments T S based on T S / °C Deviation / °C K1 425 - 12 SW 1 429 -8 DSC 1 437 0 It is evident, see Table 3, that calculated T S differ from experimentally measured T S much more than when T L II.11.5 [000Sei]). Fluorine, as H2O lowers solidus and liquidus temperatures, enhances cation diffusivities and decreases melt viscosities [53–55]. Mechanical stresses can be formed by many reasons like bending or straightening of the strand, ferrostatic pressure, and bulging or noncorrect alignment of the rolls. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. The Freezing of Carbon Steel Add carbon to iron – as little at 0.1% by weight – and many things change. As you may see in "C15 (1.0401)" spesification, elements in steel composition must be in range; %C, %Si, %Mn, etc. Table 1. 88 0 obj <> endobj In the classical models, the boundary condition is assumed to be at the melt solidus temperature or a so-called ‘softening temperature,’42 or the concrete ‘melting temperature.’43 The pool is then divided into a central liquid core and a ‘mushy zone’ in which the solid fraction concentration decreases with temperature. %%EOF Linear: Table 6 Typical room-temperature mechanical properties of 1100 aluminum 1~ Elongation, % Tensile Yield !/16 in. These composition ranges cover several second-generation alloys, including 2090, 2091, 8090, and 8091. Christian Vargel, http://www.corrosion-aluminium.com, in Corrosion of Aluminium, 2004. (1991) studied the effect of alloying elements on the solidus temperatures of Weldalite-type alloys containing 2.5–6.5%Cu, 0–2.0%-Li, 0–0.5%Ag, and 0–0.8%Mg. The liquidus temperature can be contrasted to the solidus temperature. Figure 3 shows an light microstructure in perpendicular direction to rolling. Given the high temperature of solution heat treatment—it is very close to the solidus temperature—it is of paramount importance to stick to the temperatures given in Table A.3.12 for some common alloys. However, simultaneous utilisation of both mentioned methods during determination of real steel liquidus (T-L) and solidus (T-s) temperatures leads to suppressing their individual disadvantages and enable to fit the results for such heterogeneous material like steel in the best possible way. ), and therefore also the formation of the entire transient temperature field of continuously cast steel. El-Mahallawi et al.61 prepared A356/Al2O3 aluminum nanocomposites by rheocasting in a specially designed furnace unit, which allowed the addition of the Al2O3 nanoparticles into the molten Al–Si alloy in the semisolid-state with mechanical stirring. In the centerline, the steel is typically cooling fast after the final solidification point compared to the strand surface. The recommended equations for the solidus and liquidus curves from Adamson et al.51 are. Typically, stresses appear as tension at the surface and as compression at the solidification front. The thermodynamic predictions indicate a very low temperature while the Jenkortoret data and this work find the solidus at a higher temperature. Determination of solidus and liquidus temperatures for S34MnV steel grade by thermal analysis and calculations . x�b```c``� "�`b@ !�Ǥ"�����[1��v,^Sĩ�:=1�h����LgL��ز8o{250X(��j��i�m��K������"Ye�����o{89w��Ġ3&~�y:��2�@�C�2JJ���pAAccӌ�[�B�[��32�3d1�%�(w0(0���b�k�w�(��j���ş��!�!�A�K���O��3�06�=`i��Yf�c2 s62� �00��`-��b,g`f`���Fp�5� The duration of a solution heat treatment, from the moment the core of the semiproduct reaches the set-point temperature, must be adequate. Fig 2 Optical microstructure of 100Cr6 steel after thixoforming [15] 4. (1994) studied the formation of δ phase in an 8090-type alloy. These temperatures are termed critical temperatures. 0000005897 00000 n If the temperature is too low, the resulting mechanical properties will be low, whereas too high a temperature will overheat the product (formation of hot spots), leading to irreversible damage. For lower values of Cu there is a steady rise to about 570°C at ~3.0%Cu. The freezing temperature drops. 1/2 in. This is due to partial fusion of complex eutectics and elements precipitated at the grain boundaries. 0 For example, silver melts at 1761°F (961°C), and copper melts at 1981°F (1083°C). In the range 4.0–6.3%Cu, variation in Li content gives a minimum in solidus temperature (~510°C) at 1.3%Li. The solvus and solidus temperatures can be expressed as a function of concentration of alloying elements by the following equations: Montoya et al. the solidus temperature for various steel grades and reported significant discrepancies between the measurements and the values obtained from reported formulas (up to 42 K) or thermodynamic calculations (up to 50 K). CHEVALIER, ... EVELYNE FISCHER, in, One of the most striking successes of the CALPHAD technique has been in the highly accurate calculation of liquidus and, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. As, in this approach, the whole pool is liquid (and thus has a relatively low viscosity), the heat transfer coefficient is large and the temperature difference (Tpool − Ti) is small – typically <30 K, the pool temperature globally follows the liquidus curve. Melting points of common materials Melting point of steel : 1425-1540 °C / 2600-2800 °F Melting point of gold : 1064 °C / 1947.5 °F Melting point of copper : 1084 °C / 1983 °F Melting point of iron : 1538 °C / 2800 °F Melting point of lead : 327.5 °C / 621 °F Melting point of silver : 961 °C / 1761 °F Copyright © 2021 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. 0000138289 00000 n These temperatures correspond to solid mass fractions between 10 and 60 wt% according to thermodynamic phase equilibria calculation.6,7, PIERRE-Y. Three solidus values are not matched so well and are highlighted. As shown in Fig. The TOLBIAC-ICB code46 is on the basis of this phase segregation model. 0000006011 00000 n Seppo Louhenkilpi, in Treatise on Process Metallurgy: Industrial Processes, 2014. 0000218547 00000 n Semisolid methods consist of heating the metallic alloy between its solidus and liquidus temperatures. If the microsegregation is strong and steel has high S and/or P contents, the steel is sensitive to hot cracking. xref In these alloys low-melting eutectics were observed, but not predicted, and it is uncertain if the difference is due to an inherent inaccuracy in the prediction or to the persistence of non-equilibrium segregation during solidification. For a fixed Li content of 1.3% the solidus temperature (~510°C) is relatively unaffected by variation in Cu content in the range 4.0–6.3%. 0000217047 00000 n 0000071040 00000 n Figure 10.37. High tensile stresses at the solidification front are typically forming if the strand surface is rapidly reheated. The proportion of liquid in typical core–concrete mixtures versus temperature (ACE L6). The paper discusses results obtained with the three mentioned methods at heating/cooling process, with different loads of analysed samples and other factors that can influence the obtained results. The solvus and, Given the high temperature of solution heat treatment—it is very close to the, This treatment leads to optimal mechanical properties, associated with the highest values for. The iron-carbon system (steel and cast iron) MSE 2090: Introduction to Materials Science Chapter 9, Phase Diagrams 2 Component - chemically recognizable species (Fe and C in carbon steel, H2O and Sucrose in sugar solution in ... of temperatures, between the solidus and liquidus lines. Fridlyander et al. %PDF-1.6 %���� Temperature of peritectic transformation is 1480 C degrees of Celsius. 8). Answer. The values were obtained on cooling at three different cooling rates, 0.5, 1 and 5°C sec−1. C.L.S., Malaysia. The liquidus temperatures calculated by empirical … II.11.4. Determination of solidus and liquidus temperatures for S34MnV steel grade by thermal analysis and calculations By Karel Gryc, Bedřich Smetana, Markéta Tkadlečková, Monika Žaludová, Karel Michalek, Ladislav Socha, Jana Dobrovská, Krystian Janiszewski and Pavel Machovčák The major factors influencing the forgeability of aluminum alloys are the solidus temperature and deformation rate. These temperatures are critical parameters for proper settings of the models (physical or numerical) or in the final stage of an applied research of a real process. It must be mentioned that recent measurements were performed by Kato et al.32 on UO2–PuO2 solid solutions. 0000288526 00000 n Also just after the secondary cooling, the strand can also reheat rapidly especially if the casting speed is high and there is still liquid inside the strand. Rheocasting, or compocasting, is an additional semisolid state process. Thermal stresses are caused because of the high-temperature gradients in the strand. In the case of the U–Zr binary alloy, CPu = 0. The alloy starts to melt at one temperature called the solidus, and is not completely melted until it reaches a second higher temperature, the liquidus. Owing to a deflection of chemical composition or its wrong determination, a prospec- If the heating of the steel is continued to be close to solidus, then two defects are induced in the steels—first, the ‘overheating’ which impairs the properties of the steels, and if the normal properties cannot be restored by further heat treating and/or mechanical working, then the steel has the second defect called burning. As the metal matrix is in a semisolid state when pouring, it is possible to fabricate castings with very few shrinkage pores, with reduced thermochemical degradation of the reinforcement. CHEVALIER, ... EVELYNE FISCHER, in The SGTE Casebook (Second Edition), 2008. A congruent melting line was found to exist that connects the hypostoichiometric PuO1.7 to stoichiometric UO2. 0000138841 00000 n In the classical models, the boundary condition is assumed to be at the melt, Interpretation of complex thermochemical phenomena in severe nuclear accidents using a thermodynamic approach, PIERRE-Y. The knowledge of the solidus and liquidus temperatures of the real-steel grades is one of the most important technological factors – especially when dealing with the processes of casting and solidification. There can be as much as 1000 K between liquidus and solidus in core–concrete mixtures. As each of the crystal rearrangements takes place, heat is released without any change in temperature taking place. Cranga et al.48 have determined that interface temperatures between (0.9Tliquidus + 0.1Tsolidus) and (0.6Tliquidus + 0.4Tsolidus) provide the best fit with 2D MCCI experiments with prototypic materials. Elevated tundish temperatures greater than 25oC above II.11.3, the first type of mixture presents a tendency to liquid immiscibility and was validated by experiments [93Roc]; the two other types present a eutectic behaviour. trailer 0000212457 00000 n II.11.5. Comparison between calculated and experimental (Jemkonteret 1977) solidus and liquidus values of a range of steels. Therefore, crack-sensitive steels should be cast at minimum stress level. Shear Fatigue strength … Because of the low critical quenching rate of these alloys, thin semi-products can be quenched by forced-air quenching. 657 °C (1215 °F) Solidus temperature. In the range 4.0–6.3%Cu, variation in Li content gives a … Small differences are not enough because steel at high temperatures has viscoplastic behavior and the relaxation rate for stresses is fast. The greater the difference in temperatures within the same grade, the higher the potential for segregation and wire rod breakage during drawing operations. Solidus . Two main families of models have been proposed depending on the assumed interface condition at the melt periphery. This new alloy has different melting characteristics than the base elements. tures of phase and structural changes of steel (e.g. (30 °C/min from the temperature of 20 to 1 200 °C, then from 1 200 to 1 600 °C at 10 °C/min. may calculate both the liquidus and solidus temperature for any heat of steel within a certain grading range. H�lV{pT��Ͻ��}?�)o*�B�l^. Figure 7. Most aluminum alloys can be forged in … In chemistry, materials science, and physics, the solidus is the locus of temperatures (a curve on a phase diagram) below which a given substance is completely solid (crystallized). The solidus temperature is hardly altered by variations in Ag content from 0% to 0.5%. endstream endobj 89 0 obj <> endobj 90 0 obj <>/Encoding<>>>>> endobj 91 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 92 0 obj <> endobj 93 0 obj <> endobj 94 0 obj <> endobj 95 0 obj [/Separation/Black/DeviceCMYK 126 0 R] endobj 96 0 obj <> endobj 97 0 obj <>stream The effect is low ductility, particularly at a temperature … An alloy of 95.7% iron and 4.3% carbon freezes completely at a temperature of 11300C and is called a eutectic alloy. lII. and later by De Bruycker et al.33 was higher than the recommended value. A method for the rapid determination of the solidus line of molten steel, from which the carbon content of the steel can be determined. New determinations are necessary to confirm the validity of these new data. The values calculated by using these relations are shown in Figure 3 and also in Table 1, which indicate that there are deviations from the reported data: <60 K for the solidus and <130 K for the liquidus. The values on the curves are the liquid/(liquid + solid) ratios. 0000206543 00000 n In principle, solidus temperatures can be determined by the method of cooling curves as shown for the idealized curve in fig. The resulting solidus and liquidus temperatures are higher than those from the previous studies (eqns [1] and [2]). 0000207929 00000 n 0000004658 00000 n For temperatures of the order of 100°C or lower, accuracies of ±0.25°C may be obtained. Solidus temperature is the highest temperature at which an alloy is completely solid while liquidus is the lowest temperature at which an alloy is completely liquid. The solidus is the highest temperature at which an alloy is … CALCULATION OF THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES Depending on composition, the solidifying steel goes through some of the following phase transformations: C. Guéneau, ... L. Van Brutzel, in Comprehensive Nuclear Materials, 2012, UO2 and PuO2 form a continuous solid solution and the solidus and liquidus temperatures show a nearly ideal behavior, as shown in the UO2–PuO2 pseudobinary phase diagram in Figure 7(a). It is also pleasing to note how well the solidus values are predicted with an average deviation of just under 10°C. Moreover, the solidification microstructure is refined and homogeneous.61 Thixoforming, in particular, consists of feeding powder into a screw-type conveyor that gradually heats the powder until the mixture becomes semisolid and can be injected into a die (Fig. The largest difference between measured and calculated values was 18 J g−1 for latent heat of melting and up to 2 °C for all investigated temperatures of phase transformation, except for one temperature of peritectic transformation. Figure 10.37 shows the results of this comparison and the accuracy of the predictions is impressive, particularly for the liquidus values which exhibit an average deviation from experiment 0000206127 00000 n Here, the preheated nanoparticles are added to the semisolid slurry while it is stirred in order to achieve a homogeneous particle distribution. They were also calculated by Thermo-calc software and empirical formulae separately. (d¯) of only 6°C. A356/SiC and A356/TiB2 aluminum nanocomposites were successfully thixoformed at a solid fraction between 0.65 and 0.70 wt%.62 The tensile properties of the thixoformed nanocomposites were, indeed, significantly enhanced compared to the reference thixoformed A356 alloy without reinforcement, due to the beneficial strengthening effects of the nanoparticles. Ramachandran, in Aluminum-lithium Alloys, 2014. One important difference between F and H2O is that the DCF (Determination of Moisture Content) vapor/melt is L1 in metaluminous and peraluminous granitic bulk compositions [56,57]. Metal–fluoride complexing in aqueous vapor may be important in rare-metal transport and the formation of hydrothermal ores [60,61]. Fluorine decreases the solubility of the melt [58,59] so that, at equal H2O content of volatile-undersaturated magma at the same pressure and temperature, H2O is higher in F-bearing melts than in F-absent melt. The difference between the solidus and liquidus is called the melting range. 0000207051 00000 n You can take a look at iron carbon equilibrium diagram where there will be solidus and liquidus lines of steel. 0000001609 00000 n The melting point is also referred to as liquefaction point, solidus, or liquidus. The solidus and liquidus temperatures of U–Pu–Zr alloys have been reported by Kelman et al.,22 Harbur et al.,23 and Leibowitz et al.29 and those of U–Zr alloys by Leibowitz et al.29 and Maeda et al.35 These data are summarized in Table 1. The greater the difference in temperatures within the same grade, the higher the potential for segregation and wire rod breakage during drawing operations. density at the solidus temperature, while above the sol- idus, the density should vary as a function of temperature. startxref By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. There paper presents results from the high temperature region (above 1000°C) with the focus on the melting and solidifying region of real steel grade – multicomponent alloy. 0000001813 00000 n and solidus temperatures for a concrete-steel grade from a given steelmaking practice – a thermal analysis of a concrete-steel grade is a possible way. 88 45 liquidus temperatures of multicomponent steels.1 11Those liquidus temperature in steels,1 11those of Howe,10Schu¬rmann of Howe10and Schu¬rmann and Stisÿovic11were shown to and Stisÿovic11(abbreviated as SÐS), Wolf,6 Kagawa and give good agreement with the experimental data of Howe10 Okamoto8(abbreviated as KÐO), and Kivineva and Suutala9 II.11.3. That ratio directly impacts on the viscosity estimation (Fig. 0000211523 00000 n Based on all the above information, it may be concluded that the solution treatment temperature for Al–Li–Cu–Mg–alloys is in the range 500–540°C. (1994) established isothermal sections at 400°C for well-defined Cu concentrations and with variations in Mg and Li content, simulating the compositions of some of the second-generation alloys (8090, 1441, 2090, CP276 and 1464). Under this assumption, the melted most refractory species (usually a solid solution mainly constituted of UO2 and ZrO2) are deposited at the concrete walls and the rest of the corium is devoid of solid particles. These discrepancies could lead to considerable errors while estimating the The solidus temperature , T S or T sol , specifies the temperature above which a material is completely solid, [1] and the minimum temperature at which a melt can co-exist with crystals in thermodynamic equilibrium . There is a slight decrease (~10°C) in solidus temperature with increase in Mg content. Calculations for the liquidus and solidus were made for these alloys using the Fe-DATA database (Saunders and Sundman 1996) and compared with the results obtained at the lowest cooling rate. Their results showed that precipitation of this phase occurred on grain boundaries over a wide temperature range (170–375°C) and at the T2/Al matrix interface within the grains. An extension of that application is the determination of the proportion of liquid (liquid/(liquid + solid)) for the various mixtures between the solidus and liquidus temperatures obtained in an antiproton cell experiment (ACE) as shown in Fig. Table 2 lists the solidus temperatures from the thermodynamic predictions, Jenkortoret data, and this work. 0000139439 00000 n Due to the higher sensitivity of the sensor, this method (DTA) can also de-termine solidus temperature for analysed steel grade. Temperature of liquidus of this steel is about 6 degrees lower than obtained for sample 3. 0000070836 00000 n Figure 3. 0000210071 00000 n 0000214608 00000 n Also phase transformations cause some stresses because of the volume changes. In the context of this paper, attention was focused on the study of T L and T S for 100CrMo7 bearing steel grade. U–Pu–O phase diagram at room temperature (a) UO2–PuO2 region; the circles correspond to the experimental data by Lyon and Bailey,48 the triangles by Aitken and Evans,49 and the squares by Kato et al.50; the solid lines represent the recommended liquidus and solidus by Adamson et al.,51 the broken line represents the ideal liquidus and solidus based on Lyon and Bailey,48 and the dotted line the liquidus and solidus suggested by Kato et al.50 (b) U3O8–UO2–PuO2–Pu2O3 region at room temperature. 0000209281 00000 n Table A.3.12. (The 0%Li alloy had high Cu and low Mg content and small amounts of V, corresponding to the conventional alloy AA 2219.) It can be said that all the internal cracks are formed because of the reduced ductility in Area I. 0000072158 00000 n Internal cracks are formed at the solidification front just below the solidus temperature and they are related to the reduced ductility in Area I (Section 1.8.4.3). Strength decreased exponentially with increasing temperature towards the solidus and at lower strain rates [15,16] in accordance with observations of other metals [22-27]. One of the most striking successes of the CALPHAD technique has been in the highly accurate calculation of liquidus and solidus temperatures. The liquidus and solidus temperatures of FeCrAl stainless steel were determined by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) at different heating rates. Solidus and liquidus temperatures of U–Zr and U–Pu–Zr alloys. 0000071532 00000 n The temperature at which alloys have completely solidified (see also Solidus line, Solidification). Liquidus T (oC)= 1537 – 73.1[%C] + [%X] … Some variants of this approach have been proposed by Nie8 and Cranga et al.47 In the Accident Source Term Evaluation Code (ASTEC)/MEDICIS code, the interface temperature can be set by user anywhere in the solidification range. Anonymous. The effect of cooling rate is seen to be marginal on the liquidus but could be profound on the solidus due to the effects of non-equilibrium segregation during the liquid→solid transformation. This is the case if thermodynamic quasisteady state is assumed. Most of the alloys are forged at approximately 55°C (100°F) below the corresponding solidus temperature. Kurata33 optimized the U–Pu–Zr ternary phase diagram on the basis of a thermodynamic assessment of elemental binary alloy systems U–Zr, U–Pu, and Pu–Zr. The specific method comprises sample preparation, equipment calibration, experiment testing, and result analysis so as to complete the measurement. The liquidus is the temperature at which an alloy is completely melted. The solidus temperature, T S or T sol, specifies the temperature above which a material is completely solid, and the minimum temperature at which a melt can co-exist with crystals in thermodynamic equilibrium. There are many kinds of internal cracks like mid-face cracks (or halfway cracks), centerline cracks, off-corner cracks, subsurface cracks, etc. 0000001688 00000 n This causes the evolution of the pool liquidus temperature, that is the interface condition. Due to the higher sensitivity of the sensor, this method (DTA) can also de-termine solidus temperature for analysed steel grade. These all cause tension stresses at the solidification front and may lead to hot cracks. 0000206933 00000 n Table A.3.13. steel never attains the superplasticity state characteristic for plain carbon steel below the solidus [3] The micropores are acting either as nuclei of the cracks, or they promote propagation of the crack nuclei formed previously. Conditions for age-hardening of alloys. For lower values of Cu there is a steady rise to about 570°C at ~3.0%Cu. The first important ex-vessel application [92Che1] was the calculation of liquidus and solidus temperatures of selected core (UO2–ZrO2)–concrete (Al2O3–CaO–SiO2) mixtures, with different types of concrete (siliceous, limestone–sand and lime). The level of stresses causing a crack depends on the level of the ductility of the steel. To allow for inaccuracies in pyrometers and other variables in firing it is well to reduce the firing temperature to 1400-1450 0 F. Typical aging temperatures are in the range 160–200°C. Satya Prasad et al. 643 °C (1190 °F) Coefficient of thermal expansion. 0000218400 00000 n Carmen M. Cepeda-JiménezMaría T. Pérez-Prado, in Comprehensive Composite Materials II, 2018. The formation of a crack is possible only if there are stresses (tension) in the strand. The invention relates to a steel solidus-liquidus temperature measurement method, and belongs to the technical field of metal material detection. 0000213425 00000 n The solidus temperature for sterling is about 1470 0 F which is almost 200 0 lower than the melting point which enamelers have, for years, assumed was the critical temperature. 132 0 obj <>stream However, simultaneous utilisation of both mentioned methods during determination of real steel liquidus (T-L) and solidus (T-s) temperatures leads to suppressing their individual disadvantages and enable to fit the results for such heterogeneous material like steel in the best possible way. 0000002284 00000 n Characterization of feedstock and solidus-liquidus range of X210CrW12 tool steel The X210CrW12 steel with a high content of chromium and carbon belongs to the ledeburite class of steels. 0000138076 00000 n Ogata36 expressed the solidus temperature Tsol (K) and liquidus temperature Tliq (K) obtained from the optimized ternary phase diagram by the following relations. &� b�9'���X����0 /? 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