Effect of quaternary addition on structure, electrical, mechanical and thermal properties of bismuth-tin-zinc rapidly solidified fusible alloy
Effect of quaternary addition, silver or indium, on structure, electrical, mechanical and thermal properties of bismuth-tin-zinc rapidly solidified fusible alloy have been investigated. Adding silver or indium caused change in alloy matrix microstructure such as matrix parameters and crystal structure of formed phase. A significant increase in bismuth-tin-zinc alloy strengthens with a little decreased in melting point after adding silver content. But a significant decrease in bismuth-tin-zinc alloy melting point with a very little increase in alloy strengthens after adding indium content
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