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Thanks brother, greetings from Colombia Tnx bro Thank you friend Thank you so much bro. Now i understand what my assignment want me to answer😆😆 love it Very poor explanation Really, I could not get even 50% from this lecture despite watching all video in sequence.Now i dont know how further i connect in forthcoming lectures.Would be better to write and explain on board as it is really effecting learning.
Even though i would like to say thanks for previous videos made very high scale delivery mode of knowledge At 4:22 its written -cost material- in the transcript it should be *cast material* kindly correct it . Thank you. Sir pls use an indicator in the upcoming lectures as the pointer is quite small to see through the naked eye while you are explaining the diagrams everything else is quite nicely explained by you sir @MaterialScienceandEngineering-IITR. Thank you. Seems he is just talking not teaching blah blah blah u know ok ok ok blah blah ok ok hh why did you integrate between X0 and XL in 2nd case? I did not get that. Can you please explain. bhAI BHUT GANDA PADA RHA YAR Why there is a steady state in solid in 3 rd case?? At 4:35 I say and write 1500 for what is actually 1350. Sir, I'm having a doubt about the concentration of solid.
As you said the first formed solid will be having a composition of 80 wt% of nickel
When temperature is reducing, the solid formed at each temperature will have a composition less than 80 wt % of nickel and the last solid formed will have the composition of 60 wt% of nickel .
Everything is fine, but as the temperature reduces what will happen to the first formed solid's composition?
Will it be same as 80 wt% of nickel? tq sir Sir,
In the first lecture - phase diagram introduction ,you said that Cu and Ni has ccp structure. Now in this lecture you mentioned it as fcc
Sir, please clarify which one is correct Thanks Sir for easy explaines Thanku ❤ 👍👍👍 Thanks Sir ❤✌ Sir thing that often confused me as i have started with fixed composition C0 in principle the solidified material must contain same fixed composition e.g each grain and solidified region in microstructure must have same composition C0 as i started at beginning of solidification but solidified material possessed different compositions to C0.how does it seem logical mean i have added 40 atoms of A element and 60 atoms of B element after solidification i should have same atom ration in each region and grain but rather than i have 30 atoms of A and 70 atoms of B e.g similar different A/B atoms ratios in different regions and grains .normally this could be happened in non- homogeneous mixing of A and B atoms in melts .is this could be the reason in isomorphous alloy system as you explained? or some other reasons please explain 1350, rather than 1500, (according to Sir's diagram) Hi prof thanks for your lectures I'm student in USA and following your videos really good lectures, At 7:06 did you mean the 'lever rule' instead of 'tie line rule'? Sir on that point where you are saying that it will be 100% solid phase, according to tie line liquid fraction will also be present....but you didnot show it...why??? Did you mean TL is at 1350? can the tie line be drawn at liquidous or solidus lines? even if we are drawing ...for example at liquidus line , Fa=0% so there is no meaning for Cs(dash) at 5:13. As Cs(dash) indicates the % of components in alpha phase and there is no alpha phase at that point.
I mean , we can define alloy composition Co but not phase composition.
what i interpreted is correct Sir? SIR IS THERE AN EMAIL ID WHERE I CAN REACH OUT TO YOU IN CASE I HAVE DOUBTS?? Amazing explaination. thank you very much for taking your time to explain it so well!! On Decreasing Temperature
From liquid to solid
When solidification completed
fL=0 and f@=1
On Increasing Temperature
From solid to liquid
When liquification completes
fL=1 and f@=0
Something Else Happens?
N what happens if we
Start from two phase (L+@) thank you so much sir for this wonderful lecture