Primary solid solutions in binary nickel alloy systems
The alloying behavior of 40 binary nickel alloy systems was studied in order to determine the extent to which the Hume-Rothery alloying rules apply. An attempt was made to utilize computer facilities in seeking trends of systematic relationships among the various nickel alloys. The nickel-rich parts of the binary-alloy phase diagrams were considered.
KeywordsNickel Phase Diagram Solid Solution Nickel Alloy Alloy System
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