The name of the database was renewed with intuitively, the kind of calculatable element is expanded. Therefore, you can use the Calphad module with easier and more expandable.
We will learn about the new feature of the calphad module in the video, and learn about the updated databases also.
The Calphad database can be divided into the commercial database from MatSQ, and the academic database for educational purposes.
1. Academic Database
Thermodynamic information for several phase diagrams are provided as a free of charge to be used for educational purposes such as universities, institutions, and companies.
Binary system (Academic)
Thermodynamic information for several binary systems are provided.
You can obtain the diagram for the system containing Al, B, C, Ce, Cr, Cu, Fe, Li, Mg, Mn, N, Nb, Nd, Ni, Si, Sn, Ti, V, Y, Zn, Zr.
Fe-Cr-Mo-Si-V-C system (Academic)
Thermodynamic information for steel systems (Fe-Cr-Mo-Si-V-C) are provided.
You can obtain the ternary phase diagram for the 'C-Cr-Fe, C-Cr-V, C-Fe-Si, C-Fe-V, C-Fe-Mo, Cr-Fe-V' system.
2. Commercial Database
MatSQ FE 2.0
This database is a commercial database for Fe-base systems. In the present database, Co, Cu, and W have been added.
MatSQ AL 1.0
This database is a commercial database for Al-base systems.
MatSQ NI 1.0
This database is a commercial database for Ni-base systems.
MatSQ HEA 1.0
This database is a commercial HEA database for the Co-Cr-Fe-Mn-Ni-V system.
You can obtain the phase diagram for the HEA system containing 'Co, Cr, Fe, Mn, Ni, V'.
The new theme updated to the calphad module.
Do you need more information?
[Materials Square] Webinar - MatSQ 103: Calphad with Materials Square
[Materials Square] A Multi phase diagram with Calphad module
[Materials Square] A Ternary phase diagram with Calphad module
[Materials Square] A Binary phase diagram with Calphad module
[Materials Square] A List of Equilibrium with Calphad module
[Materials Square] How to obtain 'Function Diagram' with Open Calphad module
[Modules] General (CALPHAD)
[Appendix] Introduction of Calphad
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