By P. Franke, D. Neuschütz (auth.), P. Franke, D. Neuschütz (eds.)
The current subvolume IV/19B5 varieties the 1st complement of IV/19B1 via IV/19B4 and comprises evaluated facts for binary alloy platforms from Ag-B to W-Zr showing in alphabetic order of the weather within the chemical formulation. the quantity is observed by way of a CD, which permits machine calculation of more than a few answer homes for chosen temperature and part composition levels for the structures provided in that exact quantity. Graphical representations, together with the calculated section diagram for every procedure, also are attainable. details on extra finished software program, permitting complicated equilibrium calculations regarding either natural ingredients and answer levels of other varieties (e.g. slags, salt platforms, aqueous ideas, etc.), may be bought from SGTE participants. an inventory of the SGTE club is gifted within the hide pages of this volume.
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