- Title Pages
- Preface
- Acknowledgements
- Principal Symbols
- 10 A Guide to Predictive Models for Metallic Liquid Thermophysical Properties
- 11 Predictions of the Velocity of Sound
- 12 Predictive Models for Volume Expansivity
- 13 Predictions of Evaporation Enthalpy
- 14 Predictions of Surface Tension
- 15 Predictions of Viscosity
- 16 Predictions of Self-Diffusivity
- 17 Experimentally Derived Data for the Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Metallic Elements
- Glossary and/or Supplementary Explanations
- Appendix 1 Periodic Table of the Elements
- Appendix 2 Derivation of the Linear Equation Satisfying the Condition of the Minimum <i>S</i> Value (i): a Slope = <i>m</i>, an Intercept = 0
- Appendix 3 Derivation of the Linear Equation Satisfying the Condition of the Minimum <i>S</i> Value (ii): a Slope = <i>a</i>, an Intercept = <i>b</i>
- Appendix 4 The SI (Systemme Internationale) Units
- Appendix 5 Units and Unit Conversions
- Appendix 6 Fundamental Physical Constants in SI Units
- Appendix 7 The Greek Alphabet
- Appendix 8 Occam’s Razor (or Ockham’s Razor)
- Appendix 9(a) Calculated Values of Isothermal Compressibility and Structure Factor
- Appendix 9(b) Values of <span xml:lang="ell"><i>γκ</i></span><sub><i>T</i></sub>
- Appendix 10 Calculated Values of γh
- Index

# Predictions of Surface Tension

# Predictions of Surface Tension

- Chapter:
- (p.437) 14 Predictions of Surface Tension
- Source:
- The Thermophysical Properties of Metallic Liquids
- Author(s):
### Takamichi Iida

### Roderick I.L. Guthrie

- Publisher:
- Oxford University Press

The surface tension of metallic liquids is one of the most important thermophysical properties. In any and every liquid metallic processing operation, the behaviour of metallic liquids is closely related to its surface tension. This chapter discusses the modified Schytil model, which is used to calculate the melting point surface tension of liquid metallic elements.

*Keywords:*
metallic liquids, liquid metallic elements, thermophysical properties, Schytil model, surface tension

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- Title Pages
- Preface
- Acknowledgements
- Principal Symbols
- 10 A Guide to Predictive Models for Metallic Liquid Thermophysical Properties
- 11 Predictions of the Velocity of Sound
- 12 Predictive Models for Volume Expansivity
- 13 Predictions of Evaporation Enthalpy
- 14 Predictions of Surface Tension
- 15 Predictions of Viscosity
- 16 Predictions of Self-Diffusivity
- 17 Experimentally Derived Data for the Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Metallic Elements
- Glossary and/or Supplementary Explanations
- Appendix 1 Periodic Table of the Elements
- Appendix 2 Derivation of the Linear Equation Satisfying the Condition of the Minimum <i>S</i> Value (i): a Slope = <i>m</i>, an Intercept = 0
- Appendix 3 Derivation of the Linear Equation Satisfying the Condition of the Minimum <i>S</i> Value (ii): a Slope = <i>a</i>, an Intercept = <i>b</i>
- Appendix 4 The SI (Systemme Internationale) Units
- Appendix 5 Units and Unit Conversions
- Appendix 6 Fundamental Physical Constants in SI Units
- Appendix 7 The Greek Alphabet
- Appendix 8 Occam’s Razor (or Ockham’s Razor)
- Appendix 9(a) Calculated Values of Isothermal Compressibility and Structure Factor
- Appendix 9(b) Values of <span xml:lang="ell"><i>γκ</i></span><sub><i>T</i></sub>
- Appendix 10 Calculated Values of γh
- Index