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EMA 3010 Study guide Chapter 10 Know and understand the following things for Chapter 10: 1. Understand and be able to identify the principal types of phase diagrams and reactions, e.g., isomorphous, eutectic, eutectoid, peritectic and peritectoid. 2. Know how the mechanical properties of an isomorphous alloy system vary with composition, and why. 3. Understand what is required (atomically) to have an isomorphous diagram. 4. Understand the three things a phase diagram can tell you! 5. Be able to take a given phase diagram and a given composition and temperature and tell these three things (in no.4). 6. Understand tie lines, where they exist, how to use them to tell compositions and amounts of phases (this is a major part of no. 5 above).
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7. Know hypo- and hyper- eutectic and eutectoid phase diagram analysis, e.g., how to compute the amounts of proeutectic or proeutectoid, i.e., “primary” phases. 8. Know how the amounts of these “pro” or “primary” phases above affect mechanical properties of steels.
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