The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics

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The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics. / Bonny, Giovanni; Erhart, Paul; Caro, Alfredo; Pasianot, Roberto; Malerba, Lorenzo; Serrano de Caro, Magdalena; Lucon, Enrico (Peer reviewer).

Tackling Materials Complexities via Computational Science. Vol. 1 Tallahassee, FL, United States, 2008. p. 379-382.

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Bonny, G, Erhart, P, Caro, A, Pasianot, R, Malerba, L, Serrano de Caro, M & Lucon, E 2008, The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics. in Tackling Materials Complexities via Computational Science. vol. 1, Tallahassee, FL, United States, pp. 379-382, Fourth International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling, Tallahassee, Florida, United States, 2008-10-27.

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Bonny, G., Erhart, P., Caro, A., Pasianot, R., Malerba, L., Serrano de Caro, M., & Lucon, E. (2008). The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics. In Tackling Materials Complexities via Computational Science (Vol. 1, pp. 379-382). Tallahassee, FL, United States.

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Bonny G, Erhart P, Caro A, Pasianot R, Malerba L, Serrano de Caro M et al. The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics. In Tackling Materials Complexities via Computational Science. Vol. 1. Tallahassee, FL, United States. 2008. p. 379-382

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Bonny, Giovanni ; Erhart, Paul ; Caro, Alfredo ; Pasianot, Roberto ; Malerba, Lorenzo ; Serrano de Caro, Magdalena ; Lucon, Enrico. / The impact of short range order on Fe-Cr thermodynamics. Tackling Materials Complexities via Computational Science. Vol. 1 Tallahassee, FL, United States, 2008. pp. 379-382

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abstract = "Using atomistic simulations of Fe-Cr alloys and computational thermodynamics techniques, we study the influence of short range order, SRO, on the location of the α-α' miscibility gap. By comparing the random alloy to the short range ordered alloy, we extract the contributions of SRO to the free energy coming from the enthalpy of mixing, and from the vibrational and configurational entropies. The obtained phase diagram is compared to the standard Fe-Cr phase diagram and additional experimental data. We conclude that the effects of SRO are significant, doubling the solubility limit of Cr at low temperatures (≈ 300 K), and that this effect is mainly due to the contribution of SRO to the enthalpy.",
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