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TVT, 2014, Volume 52, Issue 3, Pages 392–396 (Mi tvt440)  

This article is cited in 2 scientific papers (total in 2 papers)

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Polytherms of Density and Surface Tension of Bismuth Lead and of the Angle of Wetting of High-Nickel and Ferritic-Martensitic Steels by the $\mathrm{Pb}$$\mathrm{Bi}$ Alloy

D. A. Kambolova, A. Z. Kashezhevb, R. A. Kutuevc, M. Kh. Ponegevb, V. A. Sozaevba, A. Kh. Shermetovb

a North Caucasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (State Technological University)
b Kabardino-Balkar State University
c Chechen State University

Abstract: The large droplet method (in a graphite cup) was used to study the temperature dependences of density $\rho$ and surface tension $\sigma$ of bismuth lead ($\mathrm{Pb}$$10%$ $\mathrm{Bi}$) in the temperature range from its melting point to $\sim1050$ K in a helium atmosphere. It was found that the $\rho(T)$ and $\sigma(T)$ dependences are close to linear and decrease with temperature. The sessile drop method (on a substrate) was used to study temperature dependences of the angle $\theta$ of wetting new high-nickel and ferritic-martensitic pressure vessel steels by bismuth lead in the above temperature range in a vacuum ($0.01$ Pa). It was shown that the steel substrates alloyed with aluminum are not wetted in the temperature range studied.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.7868/S0040364414030144

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High Temperature, 2014, 52:3, 382–385

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UDC: 621.791.3
Received: 11.03.2013

Citation: D. A. Kambolov, A. Z. Kashezhev, R. A. Kutuev, M. Kh. Ponegev, V. A. Sozaev, A. Kh. Shermetov, “Polytherms of Density and Surface Tension of Bismuth Lead and of the Angle of Wetting of High-Nickel and Ferritic-Martensitic Steels by the $\mathrm{Pb}$$\mathrm{Bi}$ Alloy”, TVT, 52:3 (2014), 392–396; High Temperature, 52:3 (2014), 382–385

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