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XXV Congresso de Iniciação Científica da Unicamp
The present work investigated the microstructure evolution as well as the mechanical property (Vickers microhardness) of Sn-0.7%Cu alloy samples (with and without the addition of 0.1%Al) obtained by unsteady-state solidification. The use of a water-cooled solidification device permitted to encompass the cooling conditions found in real welding situations. An experimental approach to determine quantitatively the thermal parameters such as growth and cooling rates was carried out. Metallographicdoi:10.19146/pibic-2017-78539 fatcat:feapjkfsuzaefgy4otnyed2yvi