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H-Ti Thermodynamic description
Previous thermodynamic assessments of the Ti–H system are reviewed, and a new evaluation is carried out by taking into account the liquid phase in the system using the associate solution model. The sublattice model is ...
Cr–Ge Thermodynamic description
he Cr–Ge binary system was thermodynamically optimized using the CALPHAD method. The liquid phase was described by means of an associate solution model. The BCC terminal solid solution was described by the substitutional ...
Ta-V Thermodynamic modeling of Laves phases
The Ta–V system is an interesting system exhibiting the existence of Laves phases among elements of the same group in the periodic system, and with an unusual order of stability of Laves phase structures at 0 K. Whereas ...
Mg–Nd, Mg–Zn, and Mg–Nd–Zn Thermodynamic description on the miscibility gap
With the consideration of the existence of the metastable miscibility gaps, the thermodynamic parameters of the Mg-based solid solution have been assessed for the Mg–Zn and Mg–Nd systems. The new semi-empirical equation ...
The Mn–Ni–Si system has been investigated via thermodynamic modeling coupled with key experiments. The isothermal section at 1000 °C of the Mn–Ni–Si system was determined by means of XRD and SEM/EDX. Based on the critically ...
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 ...