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Solidification is a comprehensive process of transformation of the melt of metals and alloys into a solid piece, involving formation of dendrites, segregation which involves change in composition, zone formation in final structure of the casting, and microporosity formation during shrinkage. This article describes the imperfections in the solidification process including porosity, inclusions, oxide films, secondary phases, hot tears, and metal penetration.
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Solidification of a pure metal. Solidification of Metals 1. During solidification, the liquid changes in to solid during cooling. The energy of liquid is less than that of the solid above the melting point. Hence liquid is stable above the melting point.
Below the melting point, the energy of liquid becomes more than that of the solid. Hence below the melting point, the solid becomes more stable than the liquid.
Therefore at the melting point, liquid gets converted in to solid during cooling. This transformation of liquid into solid below melting point is known as solidification. Thermodynamically, both liquid and solid have equal energy at melting point and therefore both are equally stable at melting point. Therefore, no solidification or melting will take place at the melting point.
Liquid will remain liquid and solid will remain solid. Some under-cooling will be essential for solidification. This transformation occurs by nucleation and growth. Cooling curve for a pure metal showing possible undercooling. Nucleation and Growth of Crystals 9. The moment a crystal begins to grow is know as nucleus and the point where it occurs is the nucleation point. When a metal begins to solidify, multiple crystals begin to grow in the liquid.
The final sizes of the individual crystals depend on the number of nucleation points. The crystals increase in size by the a Nucleation of crystals, b crystal growth, c progressive addition of atoms and irregular grains form as crystals grow grow until they impinge upon together, d grain boundaries as seen in a adjacent growing crystal.
Cooling Curve Cooling curve for the solidification of a pure metal. Undercooling during Cooling curve for a solid solution. Series of cooling curves for different alloys in a completely soluble system. The dotted lines indicate the form of the phase diagram Phase Diagram of Solid Solution Cooling Curves for Solid Solution In the case of solidification, this refers to the formation of tiny stable solid particles in the liquid.
In the case of solidification, this refers to the formation of a stable solid particle as the liquid freezes. Heterogeneous Nucleation Energy barrier separating structural states.
The embryo is unstable and may either grow in to a stable nucleus or re-dissolve. Because these particles are large enough to be stable, nucleation has occurred and growth of the solid can begin. Chill-cast ingot structure Ingot Structure Al ingot Nucleation and Growth Transformation in solid solution A crystal with this morphology slightly resembles a pine tree and is called a dendrite, which means branching. Dendrites Computer simulated image of dendritic growth using a cellular automata technique.
Notice the branching on the dendrites. Photograph courtesy of the Institute of Materials, based on the work of U. Dilthey, V. Pavlik and T. Cerjak and H. Bhadeshia, Institute of Materials, Steady-state patterns formed at the crystal—melt interface of a binary alloy of succinonitrile and coumarin during directional solidification. Losert W et al. Shrinkage is the result of: — Contraction of the liquid as it cools prior to its solidification — Contraction during phase change from a liquid to solid — Contraction of the solid as it continues to cool to ambient temperature.
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In order to analyse the process of solidification of metals and alloys critically, it is most pertinent to understand the different modes of nucleation and the uneven rates of growth throughout the melt. It is also important to take a note of the constraints in the growth process that definitely influence the crystal structure and the structure related properties of the casting. The freezing pattern of the liquid melt decides the feeding of the mould which is instrumental in producing a complete and compact casting.
This paper describes some examples of the use of differential scanning calorimetry DSC in providing information for advanced solidification processing of metals and alloys. Spray forming, squeeze casting, grain refinement and crystallization of amorphous alloys are all discussed. DSC measurements are shown to be valuable for testing kinetic theories of nucleation and growth, and validating solidification process models.
Understanding the crystallization process during solidification is an essential step to tailor the mechanical properties of solidified materials. The physical processes that govern crystallization are grain nucleation and the subsequent grain growth. In the industrial production process of aluminium alloys the addition of TiB 2 particles along with solute titanium is widely used to enhance the nucleation rate and control the grain growth during solidification. This procedure is generally referred to as grain refinement.
Solidification and Crystallization Processing in Metals and Alloys. Solidification or crystallization occurs when atoms are transformed from the disordered liquid state to the more ordered solid state, and is fundamental to metals processing. Conceived as a companion volume to the earlier works, Materials Processing during Casting and Physics of Functional Materials , this book analyzes solidification and crystallization processes in depth. Starting from the thermodynamic point of view, it gives a complete description, taking into account kinetics and mass transfer, down to the final structure. Importantly, the book shows the relationship between the theory and the experimental results. Topics covered include: Fundamentals of thermodynamics. Properties of interfaces.
Solidification and Solid-State Transformations of Metals and Alloys describes solidification and the industrial problems presented when manufacturing structural parts by casting, or semi-products for forging, in order to obtain large, flat or specifically shaped parts. Solidification follows the nucleation and growth model, which will also be applied in solid-state transformations, such as those taking place because of changes in solubility and allotropy or changes produced by recrystallization. It also explains the heat treatments that, through controlled heating, holding and cooling, allow the metals to have specific structures and properties. It also describes the correct interpretation of phase diagrams so the reader can comprehend the behaviour of iron, aluminium, copper, lead, tin, nickel, titanium, etc. This book can be used by graduate and undergraduate students, as well as physicists, chemists and engineers who wish to study the subject of Metallic Materials and Physical Metallurgy, specifically industrial applications where casting of metals and alloys, as well as heat treatments are relevant to the quality assurance of manufacturing processes. It will be especially useful for readers with little to no knowledge on the subject, and who are looking for a book that addresses the fundamentals of manufacturing, treatment and properties of metals and alloys. Undergraduate and graduate students of the Materials Science and Technology area, and physicists, chemists, and engineers; technical staff in industry.
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