Journal of Phase Equilibria

, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp 626–628 | Cite as

Cr-Fe-Si (chromium-iron-silicon)

  • V. Raghavan
Section II: Phase Diagram Evaluations


A critical evaluation of the experimental and computed Cr-Fe-Si phase equilibria was carried out by [87Rag]. The evaluated data include: (1) a liquidus projection for the entire composition range, (2) isothermal sections at 900 and 427 °C, and (3) a reaction scheme.


Phase Diagram Isothermal Section Liquid Iron Iron Alloy Nitrogen Solubility 
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Cited References

  1. 80Cha:.
    T. Chart, F. Putland, and A. Dinsdale, “Calculated Phase Equilibria for the Cr-Fe-Ni-Si System. I. Ternary Equilibria,”Calphad,4(l), 27–46 (1980). (Review; #)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    I. Ansara,T.G. Chart, P. Y. Chevalier, K. Hack, G. McHugh, M.H. Rand, and P.J. Spencer, “Phase Diagrams for Fe-Cr-Ni Based Alloys. Part 1: Phase Diagrams for Binary and Ternary Alloys of Fe-Cr and Ni with C and with Si,” Ref. EUR 9657/I/EN, Commission of the European Communities, 130p.(1985). (Review;#)Google Scholar
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    V. Raghavan, “The Cr-Fe-Si System,”Phase Diagrams of Ternary Iron Alloys: Part 1, ASM International, Metals Park, OH, 31–42 (1987). (Review;#)Google Scholar
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    K.C. Hari Kumar and V. Raghavan, “BCC-FCC Equilibrium in Ternary Iron Alloys,”J. Alloy Phase Diagrams, 4(1), 53–71 (1988). (Review;#) #Indicates presence of a phase diagram.Google Scholar

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