MSE 508 Project 2 v1 2011

MSE 508 Project 2 v1 2011 - MSE 508 Solid State...

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MSE 508 Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering Solid State Thermodynamics Bill Knowlton 1 of 3 Project 2 Computational Generation of Equilibrium Binary Compositional Phase Diagrams ( Due Thursday April 7 th ) Project : The project contains several parts due at various times. Part 1 : Go to the equilibrium binary phase diagrams of the binary systems on the Facility for the Analysis of Chemical Thermodynamics (FACT) website: http://www.crct.polymtl.ca/fact/ Choose an Equilibrium Binary Phase Diagram system that you would like to generate with your program that must have the following aspects: Eutectic or peritectic phase diagram Visible solidus and liquidus on both sides of the diagram o Examples: Ag-Cu, Ag-Cd, Bi-Pb (extra credit if your program can draw this one), Bi-Sn, Pb-Sn, Ag-Pt, Au-Cr, Er-Tb, Pb-Hg, Pb-Cd, Rh-Ru, Pt-Ru, In-Pb Journal or conference publication with data required Due : In class, March 24 th ; First one to turn one in, then it is off limits to others. Part 2 : Unless you have already done this in a previous/current problem set, you will first mathematically derive the equations to: 1. Plot the Gmix ’s for , and L over a range of temperatures. 2. To generate an equilibrium phase diagram for , and L. Specifically, the equations you derive should be able to be used to calculate composition points of phase equilibrium from free energy versus composition curves over a range of temperatures. One approach
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