recrystallization temperature

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re·crys·tal·li·za·tion tem·per·a·ture

(rē-kristăl-ī-zāshŭn tempĕr-ă-chŭr)
The lowest level of heat at which the distorted grain structure of a metal is replaced by a strain-free grain structure.
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Misorientation distributions are also influenced by the primary recrystallization temperature. A higher primary recrystallization temperature is conducive to reducing the content of low angle boundaries and increasing that of high angle boundaries, provided favorable conditions for the abnormal growth of Goss grains exist.
MWNT was an effective nucleating agent for PHBV showing both the suppression of cold crystallization in the second heating thermogram as well as a ~70 [degrees] increase in recrystallization temperature. The magnitude of the recrystallization temperature varied substantially with an increase in MWNT concentration.
In general, all methods showed higher recrystallization temperatures by addition of fillers.
Annealing should be carried out above the recrystallization temperature but below the allotropic transformation followed by air cooling.
The surface preparation, contact pressure during consolidation, heating and cooling rates, hold times at melt and recrystallization temperature, effect of bond line thickness and uniformity, and anodization to increase durability were included in the process development (10).
Slow cooling from the melt results in a recrystallization temperature [T.
The possibility that the delamination of the coating might be due to thermally induced morphology changes during subsequent processing operations has been investigated in terms of the differences of recrystallization temperatures of the blend in comparison to its crystallizing component, PP.
Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) was conducted to evaluate the melting and recrystallization temperatures of the samples, as well as their degree of crystallinity.
The addition of [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] and VTMS had little effect on the crystalline melting point and recrystallization temperatures in both the direct blending and masterbatch composites, as shown in Table 2.
The melting and recrystallization temperatures of the PA-6 were found to occur at 211[degrees]C and 178[degrees]C, respectively.
Upon cooling, the thermograms for the uncompatibilized PP/PA6 blend displayed two peaks (at approximately 115[degrees]C and 177[degrees]C) that are attributed to the recrystallization temperatures of PP and PA-6, respectively.