Pd43Ni10Cu27P20 Alloy

Alloy name: Pd43Ni10Cu27P20
Diagram No.: 773
Type of diagram: TTT
Chemical composition in weight %: Pd43Ni10Cu27P20
Alloy group: Palladium-based alloys
Note: Time–temperature-transformation (TTT) diagram for Pd43Ni10Cu27P20. In this diagram, the time to reach 1% (empty circle) 50% (half filled circle) and 95% (black filled circle) is shown as a function of temperature. The data points depict the average times of the performed experiments.
The results of the isothermal crystallization experiments are summarized in the time–temperature-transformation diagram shown in Fig. In this TTT diagram, the time to transform 1%, 50% and 95% volume fraction is plotted as a function of temperature. The data points represent the averages of t1%, t50% and t95% for the performed experiments. The diagram shows the typical “nose” shape for the time to reach 1% crystallinity and this time is in good agreement to previously reported times to reach the onset of crystallization. The width of the crystallization peak, however, continuously increases with decreasing temperature from 80 s at 773 K up to 10,200 s for an isothermal temperature of 623 K.
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