Light Metal Systems. Part 2: Selected Systems from Al-Cu-Fe by G. Effenberg, S. Ilyenko (eds.)

By G. Effenberg, S. Ilyenko (eds.)

The current quantity within the New sequence of Landolt-Börnstein offers seriously evaluated facts on part diagrams, crystallographic and thermodynamic info of ternary alloy platforms. trustworthy section diagrams offer fabrics scientists and engineers with uncomplicated details very important for basic learn, improvement and optimization of fabrics. the usually conflicting literature facts were severely evaluated via fabrics technological know-how foreign group, MSIT®, a staff operating jointly for the reason that a long time, and with services in a large variety of equipment, fabrics and purposes. All overview stories released the following have gone through a radical overview approach within which the reviewers had entry to the entire unique info. the information for every ternary method are supplied in a regular layout such as textual content, tables and diagrams. the subjects offered are literature information, binary platforms, strong stages, pseudobinary structures, invariant equilibria, liquidus, solidus, and solvus surfaces, isothermal sections, temperature-composition sections, thermodynamics, fabrics homes and purposes, and miscellanea. eventually, a close bibliography of all stated references is provided.

In the current quantity IV/11A2 chosen light-metal ternary alloy platforms are thought of starting from Al-Cu-Fe to Al-Fe-Ti.

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12: Al-Cu-Fe. 36 Al-Cu 1487 p1 l + (δFe) œ (γFe) 1095 p2 l + (γFe) œ (Cu) 1048 L+(αδFe)+(γFe)œCu3Al L + (γFe) +Cu3Al 1046 P1 (αδFe) + (γFe) +Cu3Al L+(γFe)œ(Cu)+Cu3Al (γFe)+(Cu)+Cu3Al L+Cu3Al+(αδFe) U1 1037 p3 l + Cu3Al œ γ0 1032 e1 l œ (Cu) + Cu3Al 1015 L+Cu3Alœγ0+(αδFe) U2 L + γ0 + (αδFe) 564 Cu3Al+γ0+(αδFe) Cu3Alœ(Cu)+γ1+(αδFe) Esol2 (Cu) + γ1 + (αδFe) Fig. 13: Al-Cu-Fe. Partial reaction scheme for the Cu corner Landolt-Börnstein New Series IV/11A2 MSIT® MSIT® 542 L+(Al)+τ2 590 τ2+λ+τ1 L + λ œ τ1 + τ2 (Al)+τ2+θ Lœ(Al) + τ2+ θ E2 U9 L+τ2+τ1 U7 U6 L+λ+τ1 (Al)+τ2+τ1 L + τ1 œ τ2+ (Al) (Al)+λ+τ1 L + λ œ τ1 + (Al) L + (Al) + τ1 620 622 L+λ+τ1 626 p2 L + λ œ τ1 max L+τ2+λ 750 p1max L + λ œ τ2 Fig.

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According to the liquidus of the binary systems accepted in this assessment, the liquidus projection was modified at the edge boundaries. The liquidus isotherms reproduce fairly well those assessed by [1991Eff]. The primary (Al) region has been widely studied with general agreement on the form of the liquidus. The isotherms for the region of primary solidification of the series of Cu-rich Al-Cu phases are uncertain. Isothermal Sections The calculated 400°C isothermal section calculated by [2003Jan], Fig.

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