Nonequilibrium Interface Kinetics During Rapid Solidification
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CitationAziz, Michael J. 1988. Nonequilibrium interface kinetics during rapid solidification: Theory and experiment. Materials Science and Engineering 98: 369-372.
AbstractDeviations from local equilibrium occur at a rapidly moving solid-liquid interface. The fraction of solute atoms in the liquid at the interface that joins the crystal during rapid solidification approaches unity and the interface temperature drops. Experimental and theoretical work on the fundamentals of impurity incorporation and interfacial undercooling is discussed.
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