A systematic investigation was carried out to determine both liquidus and solidus surfaces of the Ni-solid solution (γ) in the Ni-Al-X ternary phase diagrams successively by differential thermal analysis (DTA) technique. Each of the Group V elements of the periodic table, V, Nb, and Ta, was chosen as a ternary additive X in the present study. The γ-solvus was also taken into account in determining a temperature range for a solid solution treatment above the γ-solvus, i.e., “the window,” as well as the maximum solubility limit of γ-Ni solid solution.
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Miura, S., Hong, YM., Suzuki, T. et al. Liquidus and solidus temperatures of Ni-solid solution in Ni-Al-X (X: V, Nb and Ta) ternary systems. JPE 22, 345 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1361/105497101770338860
- Differential Thermal Analysis
- Solidus Temperature
- Isothermal Line
- Group Versus Element
- Monovariant Line