Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Having the minor component present in a larger amount than in the eutectic composition of the same components.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having an excess of cementite over the eutectic ratio of 7 to 1; containing (as steel) more carbon in the form of cementite than 0.90 per cent.

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Examples

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  • A hidden innovation was the first-time application of hypereutectic cylinder contact surface machining, which made it unnecessary to insert cylinder liners.

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  • Our short-block consists of an early '70s block bored 0.030 over and outfitted with unknown hypereutectic pistons, a stock crank, and stock rods.

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