Comparison of Fe-Ti assessments

Abstract

Five assessments of the Fe-Ti system are compared with experimental information, and a new assessment is carried out with particular attention to the properties of dilute solutions of Ti in liquid Fe. All assessments have their shortcomings, but it is concluded that a more ambitious assessment should not be attempted before more experimental information is available.

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Dumitrescu, L.F.S., Hillert, M. & Sounders, N. Comparison of Fe-Ti assessments. JPE 19, 441 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1361/105497198770341923

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Keywords

  • Experimental Information
  • Lave Phase
  • Magnetic Effect
  • Partial Enthalpy
  • Eutectoid Composition