What is the eutectoid composition, Mechanical Engineering

Question 1

What is the eutectoid composition in the phase diagram?

Question 2

For an alloy of 40%C/60%D at 400°C, indicate the phase/s that are present. It is not necessary

to give the amounts or compositions of the phases.

Question 3

For an alloy of 35%C/65%D at 400°C, indicate the composition of any ã phase present.

Question 4

For an alloy of 35%C/65%D at 201°C, indicate the composition of any ã phase present.

Question 5

For an alloy of 35%C/65%D at 400°C, indicate the amount of any ã phase present.

 

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