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Tungsten-Zirconium Binary Alloy Phase Diagram (based on 1969 Rudy E.)
Author: Rudy E. | Document Download | Product code: ZAPD-W-ZR-103671
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Diagram Type: binary phase diagram
Concentration range: full composition; 0-100 at.% Zr
Temperature: 500.0 - 3500.0 °C
Nature of investigation: experimental
Remarks: melting point of (Zr) ht is inconsistent with established value
Source: ASM Alloy Phase Diagrams Center, 2007; data from Rudy E., Zr-W System, Compendium of Phase Diagram Data, Ternary Phase Equilibria in TM-B-C-Si, E. Rudy, Vol. , 1969, p 90-92
Reviewed under the auspices of the Alloy Phase Diagram International Commission.
Element concentrations are presented in atomic percent.
Document includes crystal data for the Tungsten-Zirconium system, allotropic transformation data, and related references.
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