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Cu–Si–Zn and Cu–Zn Experimental investigation and thermodynamic modeling
The isothermal section of the Cu–Si–Zn ternary system at 600 °C was experimentally determined with fifteen alloys by means of optical microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and the scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive ...
Fe-Si-Zn Experimental investigation and thermodynamic reassessment
Based on the critical evaluation of the experimental data available in the literature, the isothermal section of the Fe–Si–Zn system at 873 K was measured using a combination of X-ray analysis and scanning electron microscopy ...
Au, Cu, Pd and Pt alloys Mobilities and diffusivities
Based on the CALPHAD technique, the atomic mobilities and diffusivities in fcc Fe–X (X=Ag, Au, Cu, Pd and Pt) alloys have been critically studied. The thermodynamic descriptions and various types of diffusivities are ...
Al-Cu-Fe Interdiffusivities and atomic mobilities
Using solid/solid diffusion couples and the electron probe microanalysis (EPMA) technique, the interdiffusion coefficients in fcc Cu–Al–Fe alloys at 1273 K were determined by means of Whittle and Green’s method. Based on ...
Al-Cu-Y Thermodynamic description
Phase equilibria in the ternary Al–Cu–Y system have been analyzed by coupling the CALPHAD method and first-principles calculations, and a complete thermodynamic description was obtained. The thermodynamic descriptions of ...
Ag-Au-Cu Atomic mobilities and diffusion characteristics
CALPHAD kinetics has evolved to be a well-established discipline, which allows complex non-equilibrium processes to be fully explored. Such a success relies on the use of Redlich–Kister polynomials to describe atomic ...