Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®
    Pages XI-XVII
  3. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Vasyl Kublii, Anatolii Bondar
    Pages 1-18
  4. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Kostyantyn Korniyenko, Tamara Velikanova, Peter Rogl
    Pages 19-45
  5. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Tamara Velikanova, Mikhail Turchanin
    Pages 46-60
  6. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Marina Bulanova, Jeroen Heulens
    Pages 61-71
  7. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Peter Rogl
    Pages 72-82
  8. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Vasyl´ Tomashik
    Pages 83-90
  9. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Kostyantyn Korniyenko, Peter Rogl, Tamara Velikanova
    Pages 91-108
  10. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Anatolii Bondar
    Pages 109-126
  11. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, An Serbruyns, Nathalie Lebrun, Pierre Perrot, Jean-Claude Tedenac
    Pages 127-132
  12. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Nathalie Lebrun, Pierre Perrot, An Serbruyns, Jean-Claude Tedenac
    Pages 133-152
  13. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Elena Semenova, Lazar Rokhlin, Tatiana Dobatkina, Natalia Kolchugina
    Pages 153-162
  14. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Vasyl Tomashik
    Pages 163-178
  15. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Anatolii Bondar, Tamara Velikanova, Günter Effenberg
    Pages 179-193
  16. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Pierre Perrot
    Pages 194-201
  17. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Tamara Velikanova, Mikhail Turchanin
    Pages 202-222
  18. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, K.C. Hari Kumar, Joachim Gröbner, Annelies Malfliet, Nele Moelans
    Pages 223-229
  19. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Andy Watson, Lesley Cornish
    Pages 230-248
  20. Materials Science International Team, MSIT ®, Anatolii Bondar, Nataliya Bochvar, Tatyana Dobatkina, Nataliya Krendelsberger
    Pages 249-289

About this book

Introduction

The sub-series Ternary Alloy Systems of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series provides reliable and comprehensive descriptions of the materials constitution, based on critical intellectual evaluations of all data available at the time and it critically weights the different findings, also with respect to their compatibility with today’s edge binary phase diagrams. Selected are ternary systems of importance to alloy development and systems which gained in the recent years otherwise scientific interest. In one ternary materials system, however, one may find alloys for various applications, depending on the chosen composition. Reliable phase diagrams provide scientists and engineers with basic information of eminent importance for fundamental research and for the development and optimization of materials. So collections of such diagrams are extremely useful, if the data on which they are based have been subjected to critical evaluation, like in these volumes. Critical evaluation means: there where contradictory information is published data and conclusions are being analyzed, broken down to the firm facts and re-interpreted in the light of all present knowledge. Depending on the information available this can be a very difficult task to achieve. Critical evaluations establish descriptions of reliably known phase configurations and related data.

Keywords

Chrom Cobalt Hafnium Mangan Nickel Niob Tantal Titan Vanadium Zirconium crystal crystallography metals phase diagram refractories

Editors and affiliations

  • G. Effenberg
    • 1
  • S. Ilyenko
    • 1
  1. 1.Materials Science International Services GmbHStuttgartGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-02700-0
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-02699-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-02700-0
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9557
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