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Volume 329, 2020International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2020)
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|Published online||26 November 2020|
Thermodynamic modeling of composition and propereties of self-fluxing materials based on the nickel
1 Institute of Metallurgy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 101 Amundsena Str., Ekaterinburg 620016, Russian Federation
2 Ural Institute of State Fire Service of EMERCOM of Russia, 22 Mira Str., Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
3 Uman National University of Horticulture, 1 Institutska st., Uman, Cherkasskaja obl., Ukraine
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Self-fluxing nickel or cobalt-based alloys that use boron, phosphorus or silicon, as melting point depressants and fluxing agents are thermodynamic simulation of self-fluxing materials Ni-0.5C-15Cr-3.2Si-2B (PGSR-2) and Ni-1C-17Cr-4.1Si-3.6B (PGSR-4) was performed. As the software for simulation of phase and chemical equilibrium the TERRA software package was used. The simulation was carried out in the temperature range 300–3000 K at a total pressure P = 105 Pa in an argon atmosphere. The temperature dependences of the equilibrium composition and thermodynamic characteristics (enthalpy, entropy, and Gibbs energy) of the alloys of the investigated systems were calculated. It is shown that Ni, Cr, C, Ni3B, Ni2B, NiB, Ni2Si, NiSi, CrB, CrSi can be formed in the condensed phase under equilibrium heating of PGSR-2. When PGSR-4 is heated in the condensed phase, along with the above components, Cr5B3, CrB2 and Cr3C2 compounds can be formed. The temperature dependences of the thermodynamic characteristics of the systems studied have kinks that can be explained by phase transformations.
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