Solder Alloys Studied for Voiding Potential ALLOY COMPOSITION MELTING RANGE
(% WT) ([degrees]C) SAC 305 Sn/3.0 Ag/0.5 Cu 217-220 SN100C Sn / 0.7 Cu / 0.06 Ni / 227 (eutectic) 0.005 Ge SN100CV Sn/1.5 Bi/0.7 Cu/ 221 - 225 0.06 Ni SAC 305 90% Sn / 2.7 Ag / 0.52 Cu / 217-227 SN100C 10% 0.006 Ni TABLE 2.
Figure 4 illustrates the effect of the melting range
of the PCM on heating and total (cooling plus heating) energy demand of the NZEH.
The technique can identify 35 to over 100 triglycerides in 2 hours and helps researchers correlate triglyceride composition with the physical properties it imparts to food: melting range
, mouth feel, and reaction to refrigeration.
The colored portion in the center of the chart shows the melting range
of brine solutions.
HPKO 90 has a melting point between 32 and 34[degrees]C, with a narrow melting range
. It melts below body temperature, which means there is no waxy aftertaste or greasiness on the palate, so making it ideal for use with a quality finished product.
It is worth mentioning that, for investigating thermal conductivity effect, the melting range
was fixed to the value given in Table 4 (i.e., 22-23[degrees]C).
Moreover, the broad MWD of PLLA would make the melting range
broader, which is disadvantageous to the spinning process.
A solder alloy with a melting range
lower than SnAgCu solder is used to replace a BGA on an organic substrate.
This increase in copper content impacts the melting range
as well as potentially forming Cu6Sn5 needles.
Instead of melting points we talk about a melting range
or melting profile.
Its ideal melting range
allows for ease of incorporation into these and other polymer systems without dispersion problems, according to the company.
The "BA140" is a new core/sheath bicomponent fiber based on PA 6/CoPA with a sheath melting range
HPKO 90 has a melting point between 32[degrees] and 34[degrees]C, with a narrow melting range
. This is the ideal range for a quality finished product.
Above its melting range
of 460-482 F - more like the processing range of engineering thermoplastics - FR-1808 is totally melt blendable.
After the material is melted it is fed into the mold at a higher temperature than its melting range
and is subjected to relatively high shear rates.