2001 volume 33(6)
doi:10.1068/htwu323

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Brooks R, Egry I, Seetharaman S, Grant D, 2001, "Reliable data for high-temperature viscosity and surface tension: results from a European project" High Temperatures - High Pressures 33(6) 631 – 637

Reliable data for high-temperature viscosity and surface tension: results from a European project

Robert Brooks, Iván Egry, Seshadri Seetharaman, David Grant

Received 24 May 2000

Abstract. Results are reported of work carried out for the European Commission under contract number MAT1 CT 940006, between 1994 and 1998. The project provided recommended surface tension - temperature relationships for copper and nickel samples prepared by cold crucible melting to ±3%, by the levitation and sessile drop methods, and values were also obtained for iron and gold in preliminary studies. For copper, (g/N m-1) = 1.304 - 0.289 x 10-3 [(q - 1083)/°C]; for nickel, (g/N m-1) = 1.781 - 0.285 x 10-3 [(q - 1455)/°C].

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