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In this second example, we increase the amount of carbon and calculate the amount of the different phases forming.
Let's consider a simplified type 347: Fe-18Cr-12Ni-0.2Nb-(0-0.4)C
0.4 wt%C is much larger than the content of a typical 347.
define source sgte_sol sub_sgte plus !
define system 'Fe,Cr,Ni,Nb,C' !
class abs p(*) !
class no p(fcc_a1,CNb,M23C6,M7C3) !
set temperature 1373 !
set w 100 !
set w(2) 18 w(3) 12 w(4) 0.2 !
Note: If you don't remember the number of the components:
list system components !
step w(5)0.0 0.4 0.01 !The step is small and if many phases were present, it would be helpful to reduce it, unless you want to wait half an hour.
compute print graphic !
abscissa mass component(C) !
ordinate n phase !
(a+return) ordinate limit 0 4 !
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