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Viscosities of stainless steel and boron carbide alloy melts

Nishi, Tsuyoshi*; Ota, Hiromichi*; Kokubo, Hiroki*; Yamano, Hidemasa   

The viscosity measurements of the SS+5mass%B$$_{4}$$C and SS+10mass%B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts were performed in the temperature range from 1713 to 1823 K and from 1773 to 1813 K, respectively. In these results, there was no difference as expected for the viscosities of the SS+5mass%B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts and the SS+10mass%B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts. Moreover, the viscosities of the SS+5 mass%B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts can be fitted by Arrhenius's equation. It was also found that the viscosities of both SS+B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts were higher than that of the SS melts. It can be presumed that the viscosity of the SS+B$$_{4}$$C alloy melts increased with B$$_{4}$$C components.



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