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Best way to present a phase diagram of a 4 component system
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Mar7-14, 06:52 AM
I've just only begun looking at phase diagrams of a 5 component alloy and wanted to know if there is a better way to study the phase diagrams of multi-component alloys rather than looking at a multitlude of binary phase diagrams calculated from the alloy system.
I'm using Thermocalc at the moment to generate these diagrams and have looked into ternary phase diagrams but don't quite know how to do it on Thermocalc. Would ternary diagrams prove to be a better way of representing the data?
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