TPWJ, 2015, #2, 30-33 pages
THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF MELTS OF CaO2-SiO2 SYSTEM
Journal The Paton Welding Journal
Publisher International Association «Welding»
ISSN 0957-798X (print)
Issue № 2, 2015 (February)
I.A. Goncharov1, V.I. Galinich1, D.D. Mishchenko1 And V.S. Sudavtsova2
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute, NASU. 11 Bozhenko Str., 03680, Kiev, Ukraine. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I.M. Frantsevich Institute of Problems of Materials Science, NANU. 3 Krzhizhanovsky Str., 03680, Kiev, Ukraine
Given is the analysis of literature data on the phase equilibriums of constitutional diagrams and thermodynamic properties of alloys of calcium oxide-silicon oxide system. It was found that data on activities of components of these melts are characterized by high scattering. The activity of calcium oxide and silicon oxide in eutectic melt were calculated from coordinates of liquidus line of constitutional diagram of calcium oxide-silicon oxide system. It was established that the calcium activity at silicon concentration of more than 0.2 shows the negative deviations from perfect solutions and correlates with experimentally established data. Activity of silicon oxide at silicon concentration of less than 0.5 in eutectic melt shows the large negative deviations from perfect solutions and correlates with experimentally established ones. At concentration of silicon oxides of 0.34 the activity of silicon oxide is 0.03, i.e. it is by one order lower than its concentration in solution that is explained by the formation of thermodynamically stable two-calcium silicate. At 725 °C a-g transformation occurs in this compound, accompanied by change in volume. Therefore, it is recommended to keep such ratio of calcium and silicon oxides in the composition of fluxes for electroslag remelting of hollow ingots and welding, at which two-calcium silicate will be formed in the melt. These fluxes will have a poor interaction with molten metal and provide the excellent removal of solidified slag from the surface of ingot and weld metal. 17 Ref., 1 Table, 3 Figures.
calcium oxide, silicon oxide, constitutional diagram, activity of melt components, fluxes for welding and electroslag remelting
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