This course is intended for postgraduate students and presents all the essential physico-metallurgical parameters and rules that influence and determine the structure of multi-component alloy systems. It gives basic characteristics and rules that are valid for binary alloy systems and are upgraded to ternary, quaternary and multi-component alloy systems. It enables understanding of how during solidification processes complex heterogeneous equilibria are established at the submicron scale, and thus it gives fundamentals for understanding the development of microstructure. Students acquire knowledge on physical metallurgy to analyse, determine, evaluate and predict the constitution of multi-component alloy systems.
Materials Science and Engineering (DR)
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