Miettinen, J., Visuri, V-V., Fabritius, T., Milcheva, N. & Vassilev, G. (2019) Thermodynamic Description of Ternary Fe-B-X Systems. Part 4: Fe-B-V. Archives of metallurgy and materials, 64(2), pp. 451-456. doi:10.24425/amm.2019.127559
Thermodynamic description of ternary Fe-B-X systems. Part 4 : Fe-B-V
|Author:||Miettinen, J.1; Visuri, V-V.1; Fabritius, T.1;|
1University of Oulu, Process Metallurgy Research Unit, Oulu, Finland
2Medical University of Plovdiv, Faculty of Pharmacy, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
3University of Plovdiv, Faculty of Chemistry, 24 Tsar Asen Str.,4000 Plovdiv, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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|Persistent link:|| http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi-fe202002125205
Polish Academy of Sciences,
|Publish Date:|| 2020-02-12
Thermodynamic descriptions of the ternary Fe-B-V system and its binary sub-system B-V, are developed using experimental thermodynamic and phase equilibrium data from the literature. The thermodynamic parameters of the other binaries, Fe-V and Fe-B, are taken from earlier assessments slightly modifying the Fe-V description. The work is in the context of a new Fe-B-X (X = Cr, Ni, Mn, V, Si, Ti, C) database.
The solution phases are described using substitutional solution model. The borides are treated as stoichiometric or semi-stoichiometric phases and described with two-sublattice models.
Archives of metallurgy and materials
|Pages:||451 - 456|
|Type of Publication:||
A1 Journal article – refereed
|Field of Science:||
215 Chemical engineering
216 Materials engineering
This study was executed within the framework of the Genome of Steel profiling project, by Dr. J. Miettinen, Dr. V-V. Visuri and Prof. T. Fabritius.
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