Liquidus

The liquidus temperature, TL or Tliq specifies the temperature above which a material is completely liquid, and the maximum temperature at which crystals can co-exist with the melt in thermodynamic equilibrium. It is mostly used for impure substances (mixtures) such as glasses, alloys and rocks. Above the liquidus temperature the material is homog...
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liquidus

When heated, most alloys change gradually from being totally solid to being totally liquid over an extended temperature range. The liquidus is the temperature at which the alloy is totally liquid. Note that in the case of eutectic materials, there is no such pasty range See solidus and pasty range.
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liquidus

fluid, flowing, liquid / clear, evident, certain.
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Liquidus

In a constitution or equilibrium diagram, the locus of points representing the temperatures at which thevarious compositions in the system begin to freeze on cooling or to finish melting on heating.
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liquidus

Latin, meaning: fluid, flowing, liquid / clear, evident, certain.
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Liquidus

The lowest temperature at which a metal or an alloy is completely liquid.
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Liquidus

The minimum temperature at which a metal or alloy is completely liquid.
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