Temperature-Dependence of Mixing Properties of Cu-Ti Liquid Alloy

Authors

  • D.K. Sah Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Nepal
  • D. Adhikari Department of Physics, Mahendra Morang Adarsh Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Biratnagar, Nepal
  • S.K. Yadav Department of Physics, Mechi Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Jhapa, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/aj.v10i10.57306

Keywords:

Cu-Ti alloy, R-K polynomia, thermodynamic properties, surface properties

Abstract

In this study, the temperature-dependence of thermodynamic and surface properties of Cu-Ti binary liquid alloy were studied. In thermodynamic properties, excess Gibbs free energy of mixing, enthalpy of mixing, excess entropy of mixing, and activity of the system were computed at 1873 K. The surface properties were analyzed by computing the surface tension and surface concentration of the system. Thermodynamic properties were computed in the framework of the Redlich-Kister polynomial, and the surface properties were computed using the Butler model. At its melting point, the system exhibited a tendency for the formation of compounds, and as the Cu concentration was increased, the surface tension of the system gradually decreased. The excess Gibbs free energy of mixing, activity and surface tension of the system were also computed at different temperatures, in the range 1873-2173 K. With the increase in temperature of the system, the compound forming tendency of the system gradually decreased.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.
Abstract
58
PDF
47

Author Biography

D.K. Sah, Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Nepal

Department of Physics, Mahendra Morang Adarsh Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Biratnagar, Nepal.
Department of Physics, Mechi Multiple Campus, Tribhuvan University, Jhapa, Nepal

Downloads

Published

2023-08-08

How to Cite

Sah, D., Adhikari, D., & Yadav, S. (2023). Temperature-Dependence of Mixing Properties of Cu-Ti Liquid Alloy. Adhyayan Journal, 10(10), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.3126/aj.v10i10.57306

Issue

Section

Articles