|Influence of the Substrate Orientation on the Isothermal Solidification during TLP Bonding Single Crystal Superalloys|
|N. C. Sheng; B. Li; J. D. Liu; T. Jin; X. F. Sun; Z. Q. Hu
|Source Publication||Journal of Materials Science & Technology
|Abstract||Angle deviations between the two substrates during transient liquid phase (TLP) bonding single crystal superalloys cannot be avoided. In the present work, specimens have been prepared to investigate the influences of the various substrate orientations. It is found that the width of the non-isothermal solidification zone (NSZ) is linear with the square root of the isothermal solidification time. This suggests that the isothermal solidification process is B-diffusion controlled in different substrate orientation deviations. And also the width of the NSZ increases with increasing angle deviation, indicating that the isothermal solidification time needed in the TLP bonding increases with increasing orientation deviation between the two substrates.|
; li, bo
; liu, jide
; jin, tao
; sun, xiaofeng
; hu, zhuangqi] chinese acad sci, inst met res, superalloys div, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
; liu, jd (reprint author), chinese acad sci, inst met res, superalloys div, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
|Keyword||Transient Liquid Phase (Tlp) Bonding
Single Crystal Superalloys
N. C. Sheng,B. Li,J. D. Liu,et al. Influence of the Substrate Orientation on the Isothermal Solidification during TLP Bonding Single Crystal Superalloys[J]. Journal of Materials Science & Technology,2014,30(3):213-216.
N. C. Sheng,B. Li,J. D. Liu,T. Jin,X. F. Sun,&Z. Q. Hu.(2014).Influence of the Substrate Orientation on the Isothermal Solidification during TLP Bonding Single Crystal Superalloys.Journal of Materials Science & Technology,30(3),213-216.
N. C. Sheng,et al."Influence of the Substrate Orientation on the Isothermal Solidification during TLP Bonding Single Crystal Superalloys".Journal of Materials Science & Technology 30.3(2014):213-216.
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