Fe90Ca10 Specimen

Name: Fe90Ca10
Diagram No.: 966
Type of diagram: CCT
Chemical composition in weight %: Fe90Ca10
Group: Iron ore
Note: First continuous cooling transformation (CCT) diagram for sintering of specimen Fe90Ca10. Solid lines show the time temperature curves for cooling rates: (i) 3.3 K/s, (ii) 8.3-10.1 K/s, and (iii) 8.3-10.2 K/s. Dotted thin lines (blue) show the temperatures of phase transformation at equilibrium: L->L+WF, L+WF->L+F, L+F->CF2+F and CF2+F->CF+F. Delta TY x denotes the overcooling temperature of the reaction X when cooled down with a rate of Y (= i, ii, or iii). Broken lines (red) show those of L->L+WF and L+WF->L+F under non-equilibrium cooling conditions determined in this study. The dotted bold line (red) shows that of L+F->CF2+CF+F under nonequilibrium cooling conditions determined in this study. Boundaries determined by laser microscopy are shown by diamonds. Cross marks show the time and temperature where typical microstructures obtained by in situ laser microscopy are shown in Fig. Typical conditions for industrial sintering processes are shown by the hatching area (green).
Legend: Ca2Fe2O5=C2F, CaFe2O4=CF, CaFe2O4=CF, C=CaO, F=Fe2O3, W=FeO.
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