Type of Document Master's Thesis Author DeBoskey, Wentzle R. URN etd-02072013-040036 Title Sigma phase in the ternary systems chromium-cobalt-copper and chromium-manganese-copper Degree Master of Science Department Metallurgical Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Sprinkle, J. K. Committee Chair Pardue, Louis A. Committee Member Whittemore, John A. Committee Member Keywords
- Transition metal alloys
Date of Defense 1955-11-05 Availability restricted Abstract
The initial part of this investigation was to determine the ternary isothermal sections for the Cr-Co-Cu system and the Cr—Mm-Cu system at lOOO°C. and 975°C., respectively. This was done by vacuum melting the Cr-Co~Cu alloys and annealing these alloys in an inert atmosphere of a helium-hydrogen gas mixture. The Cr-Mn-Cu alloys were melted under a helium atmosphere and annealed in evacuated Vycor tubes. By the use of metallographic techniques and x-ray analysis the phases present in each alloy were determined and the two ternary isotherml sections constructed.
It was found that copper had a very limited solid solubility in the sigm phase of both systems. The sigma field in the Cr-Co—Cu l0O0°C. ternary isothermal comes into equilibrium with the terminal solid solutions of chromium, cobalt, and copper. In the Cr-Mn-Cu ternary isothermal section sigma comes into equilibrium with the terminal solid solution of chromium and cobalt and the face-centered cubic solid solution of copper in manganese. From these data the electron vacancy scheme(16) may not be extended to include copper due to the limited solid solubility of copper in sigma. Also, the extent of copper solubility in the sigmas cannot be related to the solubility of the oopper in cobalt or manganese.
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