Microstructural development of hypoeutectic Zn–(10–40)wt%Sn solder alloys and impacts of interphase spacing and macrosegregation pattern on hardness

Microstructural development of hypoeutectic Zn–(10–40)wt%Sn solder alloys and impacts of interphase spacing and macrosegregation pattern on hardness

Washington L.R. Santos, Crystopher Brito, Felipe Bertelli, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia

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The most relevant range of compositions of Zn–Sn high-temperature solder alloys remains between 10 and 40 wt%Sn. Hence, transient directional solidification experiments have been carried out with Zn–10, 20, 30 and 40wt%Sn alloys under a wide range of cooling rates with a view to investigating the...

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Microstructural development of hypoeutectic Zn–(10–40)wt%Sn solder alloys and impacts of interphase spacing and macrosegregation pattern on hardness

Washington L.R. Santos, Crystopher Brito, Felipe Bertelli, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia


										

Microstructural development of hypoeutectic Zn–(10–40)wt%Sn solder alloys and impacts of interphase spacing and macrosegregation pattern on hardness

Washington L.R. Santos, Crystopher Brito, Felipe Bertelli, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia

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    Journal of alloys and compounds. An interdisciplinary journal of materials science and solid-state chemistry and physics

    Vol. 647 (Oct., 2015), p. 989-996