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Author(s): Marko Hämäläinen
Helena Braga
N. Bochvar
T. Dobatkina
E. Lyssova
L. Rokhlin
Title: Thermodynamic Evaluations of the Al-Li-Cu-Mg-Zr Systems
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: The investigation of the Al­Li­Cu­Mg­Zr system is accomplished in this report. Theevaluations of the Cu­Mg­Zr and Cu­Li­Mg systems and the experimental study of theAl­Li­Cu­Mg system were carried out during the COST 507 second round.The evaluation of the Cu­Li­Mg system was based on the DSC experiments at thelarge range of composition. The parameters of the excess Gibbs energy obtainedagreed quite well with the temperatures of the phase transformations but the fit wasnot so good using the experimental enthalpies. The decomposition temperature of the phase was fixed at 702.7 and was not defined earlier in the literature.The optimisation of the Cu­Mg­Zr system was based on the experimental data fromthe literature and on one set of the DTA experiments measured. The calculated phasediagram was in good agreement with the data used. The existence of the new phaseas well as the parameters of formation of the excess Gibbs energy contributed well thesystem studied.The phase relations near to Al­rich corner containing up to 7 wt.% Li, 7 wt.% Mg and10 wt.% Cu were investigated using microscopy analysis, quality local X­ray spectralanalysis and X­ray phase analysis in the experimental study of the Al­Li­Cu­Mgsystem done by Baikov Institute of Metallurgy.
Subject: Ciências Físicas, Ciências exactas e naturais
Physical sciences, Natural sciences
Scientific areas: Ciências exactas e naturais
Natural sciences
Source: Definition of thermo chemical and thermo physical properties to provide a database for the development of new light alloys (Volume 1)
Document Type: Capítulo ou Parte de Livro
Rights: openAccess
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