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- Cambridge University Press
- Fries, Suzana G. / Sundman, Bo
- 93 line diagrams 3 half-tones 96 figures
- 252 x 179 x 29 mm
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- 68:B&W 7 x 10 in or 254 x 178 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
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The Calphad Method
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"Lukas (U. Stuttgart emeritus) and co-authors Sundman (Paul Sabatier U.) and independent scientist Fries provide the first introductory guide to this method of computation that combines data from thermodynamics, phase diagrams, and atomistic properties such as magnetism into a unified and consistent model. They introduce the science and art of computational thermodynamics and the past and present of the Calphad technique, the scientific basis of the technique (including thermodynamics, crystallography, equilibrium calculations and optimization methods), first principles and thermodynamic properties, experimental data needed for optimization, models for the Gibbs energy element, assessment methodology, optimization tools, and thermodynamic databases. They also offer a series of case studies, including a complete assessment of the Cu-Mg system and a complete binary system (Ca-Ng) and provide a list of websites along with comprehensive references." --Book News
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Hans Leo Lukas received his PhD from the Max-Planck Institute of Metals Research in 1960, he continued his research here from 1964 until he retired in 1995. Among numerous responsibilities over the years, he was co-editor of the Calphad Journal from 1979 until 2003. Suzana G. Fries received her PhD in Science from the Physics Institute at the Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Sol in 1985. Following professorships and research at several universities, she is currently a freelance consultant. Bo Sundman received his PhD from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in 1981. He is currently a professor for the CIRIMAT and ENSIACET groups at the Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France. A member of the editorial board of the Calphad Journal, he is also an initiator and board member of Thermo-Calc software AB, and one of the software developers. He is a founder and board member of the Foundation for Computational Thermodynamics and in 2002 received the Gibbs Triangle Award from the Calphad Society.
Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Basis; 3. First principles and thermodynamic properties; 4. Experimental data used for the optimisation; 5. Models for the Gibbs energy; 6. Assessment methodology; 7. Optimisation tools; 8. Creating thermodynamic databases; 9. Case studies; Bibliography; Index.