Iron-Vanadium (Fe-V) Phase Diagram
Figure 1 shows the iron-vanadium phase diagram calculated with Thermo-Calc, coupled with SBIN2 thermodynamic database.
According to the Fe-V phase diagram, the melting point of iron and vanadium at the pressure of 101325 Pa is 1538°C and 1910°C, respectively. Note that the Fe-V system has the σ-phase that precipitates from a solid solution (with no B2 ordering).
Figure 1. Fe-V phase diagram shows which phases are to be expected at equilibrium for different combinations of vanadium content and temperature. The Fe-V phase diagram was calculated with Thermo-Calc, coupled with SBIN2 thermodynamic database.
• The phase diagram of Iron-Vanadium binary system
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