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AgAl Functional Description
(20130131)The energy expressions for GP zones in the Al–Ag binary system, including the εstate and the ηstate ones, are established by combining the essential Gibbs energy for the matrix alloy with the interfacial energy and the ... 
AgAuCu Atomic mobilities and diffusion characteristics
(20130401)CALPHAD kinetics has evolved to be a wellestablished discipline, which allows complex nonequilibrium processes to be fully explored. Such a success relies on the use of Redlich–Kister polynomials to describe atomic ... 
Ag–Cd and Ag–Sn diffusion and atomic mobilities
(20130708)Diffusion in Agbased solders is a practical topic that has attracted worldwide attention. With the available experimental data in the literature, the atomic mobilities of Ag, Cd and Sn in fcc Ag–Cd and Ag–Sn alloys are ... 
Ag–Zn diffusional mobilities
(20130330)Based on the available thermodynamic information and diffusion coefficient data of the Ag–Zn binary system, the atomic mobilities of Ag and Zn in facecentred cubic (fcc) Ag–Zn alloys have been assessed as a function of ... 
AlCrNi Thermodynamic ReAssessment of the Ternary System
(20130131)A reassessment of the ternary system A1CrNi following Dupin's thesis work using a single Gibbs energy function for the gamma and gamma prime phases is presented taking into account new experimental liquidus temperatures. ... 
AlCrTi Assessment of diffusion mobility for the bcc phase
(20130401)Experimental diffusion data in the literature were critically assessed to develop the diffusion mobility for the bcc phase of the Ti–Al–Cr system by means of a DICTRAtype (Diffusion Controlled Transformation) diffusion ... 
AlCrTi–V Thermodynamic assessment of the ordered B2 phase
(20130329)Thermodynamic assessment of the ordered B2 phase in the quaternary Ti–V–Cr–Al system is carried out. A set of selfconsistent thermodynamic parameters is presented. A twosublattice model (Al,Cr,Ti,V )0.5: (Al,Cr,Ti,V )0.5 ... 
AlCuFe Interdiffusivities and atomic mobilities
(20130401)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 ... 
AlCuY Thermodynamic description
(20130401)Phase equilibria in the ternary Al–Cu–Y system have been analyzed by coupling the CALPHAD method and firstprinciples calculations, and a complete thermodynamic description was obtained. The thermodynamic descriptions of ... 
AlFe Thermodynamic Assessment
(20130328)The Al–Fe system is important for many alloys and the new interest in iron aluminides makes it necessary to improve the modeling of the different ordered forms on the bodycentered cubic lattice in this system. This has ... 
AlLiZn Thermodynamic description
(20130329)The Al–Li–Zn system was critically assessed using the CALPHAD technique. The solution phases (liquid, bcc, fcc and hcp) were described by the substitutional solution model. The compounds Al2Li3 and Al4Li9 in the Al–Li ... 
AlMg COST 507 Thermochemical database for light metal alloys
(199807)Bearing in mind the alloy categories defined by industrial partners at the beginning of the Action, a matrix was drawn up to define the binary systems forming the building blocks for the evaluation of higherorder systems. ... 
Al_Cr_Ni Diffusion Mobilities in Gamma Prime and B2
(20130211)This work presents the assessment of the diffusion mobilities in both the γ′ (Ni3AlL12) and B2 (NiAl) phases in the Ni–Al–Cr system utilizing the phenomenological model developed by Helander and Ågren. Available experimental ... 
Alkali metals thermodynamic assessments of six binary systems
(20130330)Among the phase diagrams of six binary systems composed of alkali metals, Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Rubidium (Rb) and Cesium (Cs), three of them, those of the Cs–K, Cs–Rb and K–Rb systems, indicate a complete range of ... 
Al–Pt Firstprinciples calculations and thermodynamic modeling
(20130329)Thermodynamic description of the Al–Pt binary system is modeled by combining firstprinciples calculations with the CALPHAD method. The foursublattice and twosublattice compound energy formalisms are used to model the ... 
Au, Cu, Pd and Pt alloys Mobilities and diffusivities
(20130329)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 ... 
Au–Ga Thermodynamic assessment
(20130329)The Au–Ga binary system was assessed thermodynamically using the CALPHAD method through Thermocalc® software based on the critical review of the available experimental data from the published literature. The solution ... 
Bi–Lu and Lu–Sb Thermodynamic assessments
(20130401)The phase diagrams and thermodynamic properties in the Bi–Lu and Lu–Sb binary systems have been assessed by using the CALPHAD (Calculation of Phase Diagrams) method on the basis of experimental data including the thermodynamic ... 
CMn Thermodynamic assessment
(20130329)The manganese–carbon system has been assessed by means of the CALPHAD method. There is a previous description of this system [W. Huang, Scand. J. Metall., 19 (1990) 26–32], but since then a number of high quality experimental ... 
CoPt Thermodynamic modeling of fcc order/disorder transformations
(20130401)The present work reports on a thermodynamic modeling of the Co–Pt system with ordered fcc phases of L10 and L12 structures by means of the CALPHAD method. The liquid, hcp and fcc phases have been modeled as substitutional ...