Published by ASM International
Now, all the data from Massalski’s world standard, three-volume, 3,600 page Binary Alloy Phase Diagrams, Second Edition fits in the palm of your hand.
This CD includes 4,700 diagrams, abstracts of phase diagram evaluations for 3,000 binary alloy systems; special points; crystal structure tables; plus 300 recent updates from current literature. All in databases and CD-ROM format, so its easier to access, more flexible to use, and more efficient for you to store than ever before.
Access all diagrams and data including:
- Atomic/weight % of compositions, solubilities, stable/metastable phases, discrepancies in reported values, uncertainties in experimental/calculated data
- Thermodynamic data for pure elements
- Nomenclature, composition, Pearson symbol, space group, Strukturbericht designation, prototype (when known) for all stable and metastable phases
- Primary references, additional related citations
- Complete list of sources of phase diagram information for all metal-metal and nonmetal-metal alloys published in the 2nd Edition
- Key references from complete program evaluations listed at the end of each text
- Non-program diagrams cited to original sources, added citations given for related information
- Exhaustive alloys index, listing extent and source of phase-diagram information for all metal-metal and metal-nonmetal systems in the 2nd Edition, plus others
Designed for use in:
- New alloy Development
- Failure analysis diagnosis
- University Course Instruction
- Problem Solving for Porcessing Problems
- Phase Diagram experimentation and calculation
- Contains all data from the three-volume, 3,600 page Binary Alloy Phase Diagrams, 2nd edition plus updates, edited by T. Massalski.
- More than 4,700 diagrams, digitized from original program graphs or redrawn from carefully selected data sources
- Not scanned pages, but true live diagrams with crystallographic information
- Easy, flexible access to 4,700 diagrams, abstracts of phase evaluations for 3,000 binary alloy systems; special points; crystal structure tables plus 300 updates since 1990.
- Each diagram has consistent treatment of melting and phase-transition temperatures
- Easier than ever to access, study, and store phase diagram data.
- IBM or compatible computer
- 80386 processor or higher
- 4Mb RAM minimum
- Microsoft Windows 3.1
- CD-ROM drive
- Microsoft-compatible mouse