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In the News (Sun 21 Apr 19)

  
  Eutectic Solution
It is common practice for marine refrigeration manufacturers to routinely and incorrectly use the term "eutectic" solution to describe the chemical mixture contained in their holding plates.
Their blends of water with glycol, alcohol or calcium/sodium chloride are not "eutectic" but rather "anti-freeze" solutions.
Glacier Bay's TSS true eutectic holding plate solutions is one way in which our research and innovation set us apart from the competition.
www.glacierbay.com /Eutectic.asp   (539 words)

  
 Detroit Michigan Investment Casting - Eutectic Engineering
Eutectic Engineering has the ability to handle high volume production and large scale commercial orders.
Eutectic Engineering has the power to create 3-Dimensional models as easily as a plot or a print.
When a part's math data is to complex for most manufacturing methods, or the parts harsh operating environment requires it to be made from one of the toughest alloys, investment casting offers the benefits of near net shape resulting in superior strength vs. weight characteristics.
rd.business.com /index.asp?epm=s.1&bdcq=Eutectic&bdcr=1&bdcu=http://www.eutecticeng.com/&bdcp=&partner=2662601&bdcs=nwuuid-2662601-C9958D6D-5069-E867-743C-72B386542C9C-ym   (0 words)

  
 Detroit Michigan Investment Casting - Eutectic Engineering
Eutectic Engineering has the ability to handle high volume production and large scale commercial orders.
Eutectic Engineering has the power to create 3-Dimensional models as easily as a plot or a print.
When a part's math data is to complex for most manufacturing methods, or the parts harsh operating environment requires it to be made from one of the toughest alloys, investment casting offers the benefits of near net shape resulting in superior strength vs. weight characteristics.
www.eutecticeng.com   (162 words)

  
  Method of packaging electronic component parts using a eutectic die bonder - Patent 4984731
Electronic component parts intended for eutectic bonding are not molded and called "bare chips", and this type of electronic component parts are generally required to be mounted at a very high accuracy.
The camera is used to observe the thermal expansion of the substrate, and the movable table is moved in accordance with the observation result so as to modify the mount coordinates of an electronic component part, thereby correcting the displacement of electronic component parts caused by the substrate thermal expansion.
At a temperature above the eutectic temperature, the moving tables 21 and 22 are moved slightly so that the materials 13 and 14 are rendered a frictional slide, and the materials are connected.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4984731.html   (1342 words)

  
  Eutectic point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A eutectic or eutectic mixture is a mixture of two or more phases at a composition that has the lowest melting point, and where the phases simultaneously crystallise from molten solution at this temperature.
The proper ratios of phases to obtain a eutectic is identified by the eutectic point on a binary phase diagram.
The eutectic point is the point at which the liquid phase borders directly on the solid α + β phase (A solid phase composed of both A and B), representing the minimum melting temperature of any possible alloy of A and B. The temperature that corresponds to this point is known as the eutectic temperature.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/eutectic   (888 words)

  
 Eutectic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With a eutectic alloy, the mixture freezes as one at a single temperature.
Typical usage: eutectic alloys for soldering in the electronic industry, composed of tin (Sn), lead (Pb) and sometimes silver (Ag).
So mild steel is made of grains of iron and of eutectic and harder steel has grains of eutectic and of iron carbide.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Eutectic.html   (363 words)

  
 Property Modification - Alloying - Phase Diagrams
An alloy with a composition that lies to the left of the eutectic point on the phase diagram is called a hypoeutectic alloy, and an alloy with a composition that lies to the right of the eutectic point is called hypereutectic alloy.
First, consider the eutectic alloy of elements A and B as it is cooled from a temperature at location 1 to location 4 on the phase diagram.
By drawing tie lines at various temperatures the eutectic point on the phase diagram, it can be seen that the solubility of A in the beta phase and B in the alpha phase decreases as the temperature decreases.
www.ndt-ed.org /EducationResources/CommunityCollege/Materials/Structure/alloys.htm   (1468 words)

  
 Eutectic point Summary
A eutectic or eutectic mixture is a mixture of two or more phases at a composition that has the lowest melting point, and where the phases simultaneously crystallise from molten solution at this temperature.
The phase diagram plots relative concentrations of A and B along the X-axis, and temperature along the Y-axis.
The eutectic point is the point at which the liquid phase borders directly on the solid α + β phase (A solid phase composed of both A and B), representing the minimum melting temperature of any possible alloy of A and B. The temperature that corresponds to this point is known as the eutectic temperature.
www.bookrags.com /Eutectic_point   (906 words)

  
 Hermani AG: Refrigerant and freezing plates for use with our insulated plastic cabinets.
Eutectic refrigeration allows the required temperature to be maintained 24 hours and more for chilled products as well as for frozen.
The eutectic plate releases a constant cooling capacity due to the latent melting heat from the eutectic mixture.
Placed in the top part of the container, the eutectic plate releases the cooling capacity previously accumulated in the cold room during the freezing process.
hermaniag.com /Refrigerant/Refrigerant_eutectic.htm   (161 words)

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