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What is solidification of metals?
April 18, 2008 9:02AM
solidification is the process of transformation form a liquid phase to a solid phase. i requires heat removal from the system. metals have a melting point (well defined temperature) above which liquid is stable and below that solid is stable. solidification is a very important process as it is most widely used for shaping of materials to desired product.