Papers by Keyword: Isothermal Section

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Authors: Qiu Guo Xiao, Gang Cheng Ding, Tang Zhong Long, Shao Hua Shen
Abstract: This paper has put forward a high-temperature quantitative X-ray powder diffraction analysis method for the determination of an isothermal section of a ternary system in comparison with a conventional method. In a three-phase region of the isothermal section at 1150 °C of Cu2O(CuO)-Al2O3-SiO2 pseudo-ternary system, the compositions of the solid phase points of three system points are determined according to the quantitative analysis of the crystalline phases in the samples carried out by Rietveld method. Then the liquid phase point of the three-phase region is determined according to the crosspoints of the tie lines of every pair of system point and solid phase point. The precisions of the analytical results have reached to be 0.1 ~ 5.0 %. By comparison, a good result is obtained for the determination of the liquid phase point of the three-phase region in the isothermal section at 1150 °C when the analytical results of high-temperature RQA analysis are used in determination of the isothermal section of the pseudo-ternary system.
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Authors: Chang Jiang Liu, Qiu Juan Lv, Zhi Qing Guo, Yan Jiao Li, Jian Feng Guo
Abstract: The phase equilibria in the Fe-Nb-V ternary system were investigated by means of optical microscopy, electron probe microanalysis. One isothermal section in the Fe-Nb-V ternary system at 1050 °C was firstly experimentally established. Present experimental results indicate that: (1) there is a large (Nb, V) continuous bcc solid solution; (2) there are the larger solubilities of V in the FeNb and Fe2Nb phases. The newly determined phase equilibria in this system will provide important support for the development of microalloyed steels.
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Authors: Chang Jiang Liu, Yan Jiao Li, Zhi Qing Guo, Qiu Juan Lv, Fang Xie, Ya Hong Zhu
Abstract: The phase equilibria in the Fe-Nb-V ternary system were investigated by means of optical microscopy, electron probe microanalysis. One isothermal section in the Fe-Nb-V ternary system at 900 °C was firstly experimentally established. Present experimental results indicate that: (1) there is a large (Nb, V) continuous bcc solid solution; (2) there are the larger solubilities of V in the FeNb and Fe2Nb phases. The newly determined phase equilibria in this system will provide important support for the development of microalloyed steels.
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Authors: Yee Wen Yen, Yu Pin Hsieh, Wan Ching Chen, Chien Chung Jao
Abstract: With a relatively low liquidus temperature, the eutectic Sn-Zn alloy is suitable replacement for conventional eutectic Sn-Pb solder in the electronic industry. One of the most important materials as a lead-frame is Fe-42Ni alloy (Alloy 42) in the microelectronic packaging. The Sn-Fe-Zn ternary phase diagram is a powerful and useful tool to understand the interfacial reactions between Sn-Zn alloy and Alloy 42 substrate (Fe-rich alloy). The isothermal section of the Sn-Fe-Zn ternary system was experimentally investigated at 270oC in this study. Ternary Sn-Fe-Zn alloys were prepared and annealed at 270 oC to determine the isothermal section of the Sn-Fe-Zn ternary system. The experimental results revealed that no ternary intermetallic compound was formed, and noticeable Zn solubility was observed in the FeSn2 phase. The isothermal section of the Sn-Fe-Zn ternary system consists of nine single-phase areas, thirteen two-phase areas, and seven tie-triangles at 270 oC
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Authors: Margarida S. Henriques, Thomas Malnoe, Olivier Tougait, Rui Vilar, Antonio Pereira Gonçalves
Abstract: A systematic study on the ternary uranium-iron-antimony was made at 700 and 750°C through powder X-ray diffraction and Scanning Electron Microscopy coupled with Energy Dispersive Spectrometry. The assessed sections confirmed the existence and crystal structure of the binary intermetallic compounds as well as the ternary phase UFeSb2. Moreover it was found that UFeSb2 is part of a solid solution, UFe1-xSb2, stable for 193Fe3-xSb4, crystallizing in the cubic type Y3Au3Sb4 and stable for 22
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Authors: Rui Zhang, Pekka Taskinen
Abstract: Phase equilibria of the BaO-SiO2-Al2O3 ternary system was experimentally investigated using a quenching technique and analyzed by Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) equipped with Energy Dispersive Analysis (EDS) and X-ray Powder Diffraction (XRD). A ternary compound was confirmed in the present work. The liquidus composition in equilibrium with the ternary compound at 1500 °C were quantified. The isothermal sections of the BaO-SiO2-Al2O3 ternary system at 1400 °C, 1500 °C, 1600 °C, and 1700 °C were calculated. Based on the data acquired, the isothermal section at 1500 °C was constructed.
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Authors: E.R. Andrievskaya, V.P. Red'ko
Abstract: Phase equilibria in the ternary system ZrO2-Y2O3-La2O3 at 1250 °C have been studied and isothermal section have been developed. Fine chemical technique such as co-precipitation was used to obtain ceramic nanopowders (with average particle size of 8-20 nm) available for nonisothermal sintering as well. The phase compositions of the annealed samples were studied by methods of X-ray analysis at 20 °C, petrographic and electron microprobe X-ray analyses. No ternary compounds were found. The phase equilibria in the system are determined by intermediate phases: La2Zr2O7 and LaYO3 that crystallize in the pyrochlore and perovskite-type structures, respectively. Solid solutions based on the constituent oxides such as tetragonal (T) and cubic fluorite-type structure (F) ZrO2, cubic form of rare-earth oxides (C-type) Y2O3,as well as hexagonal (A) and monoclinic (B) forms La2O3 were found at 1250 °C. The nanocrystalline powders of tetragonal zirconia actively sintered on heating up to 1150-1400 °C and the powders of lanthanum zirconate show active densification on heating up to 1550-1650 °C. The electrical properties (at 600-950 °C) of yttria-doped pyrochlore were measured, the highest conductivity has been revealed at 10 mol % Y2O3.
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Authors: E.R. Andrievskaya, L.M. Lopato
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Authors: Mohammad Mezbahul-Islam, Dmytro Kevorkov, Elhachmi Essadiqi, Mamoun Medraj
Abstract: The phase relationship of the Mg-Ni-Y system along the Mg-NiY line has been investigated using electron probe micro analysis (EPMA) at 673 K. Three two phase regions (Mg2Y+τ6, Mg2Y+ MgNiY(τ3), MgY+Mg3Ni2Y41)) and two three phase regions (Mg2Y+Mg3Ni2Y41)+ MgNi2Y22) and NiY+Mg3Ni2Y41)+MgNi2Y22)) have been identified. One new ternary compound Mg5NiY(τ5) was found and reported for the first time. Ternary solubility of the Mg8-13NiY(τ6) compound has been established which extends from 77.10 at.% Mg until 86.77 at.% Mg along the Mg-NiY section. Solubility of the third element in the binary compounds, NiY, Mg2Y and MgY has also been determined. Keywords: Mg alloy, phase identification, phase equilibrium, isothermal section.
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