CALPHAD Calculation of Phase Diagrams: A Comprehensive Guide by N. Saunders
By N. Saunders
This monograph acts as a benchmark to present achievements within the box of machine Coupling of section Diagrams and Thermochemistry, known as CALPHAD that is an acronym for machine CALculation of PHAse Diagrams. It additionally acts as a consultant to either the elemental history of the topic region and the leading edge of the subject, combining entire discussions of the underlying actual ideas of the CALPHAD procedure with unique descriptions in their software to actual advanced multi-component materials.
Approaches which mix either thermodynamic and kinetic versions to interpret non-equilibrium section changes also are reviewed.
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