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Published by Elsevier Sequoia in Lausanne .
Written in English


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Statementguest editors Howard Jones, Wilfried Kurz ; editor in chief Herbert Herman.
SeriesMaterials science and engineering -- Vol. 65, no 1, 1984
ContributionsHerman, Herbert., Jones, Howard., Kurz, Wilfried.
The Physical Object
Pagination217p. :
Number of Pages217
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Open LibraryOL14476097M

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The second part, Microstructure, employs these fundamental concepts for the treatment of nucleation, dendritic growth, microsegregation, eutectic and peritectic solidification, and microstructure competition. This part concludes with a chapter describing the coupling of macro- and microscopic phenomena in microstructure development. The book Solidification, Jonathan DANTZIG, Michel Rappaz is published by EPFL Press.   Modeling of solidification processes and microstructural features has benefited from two main contributions: (i) the introduction of averaged conservation equations previously developed for diphasic media , , ; and (ii) the coupling of these equations with microscopic models of solidification describing grain structure formation and other microstructural features (e.g. Cited by: Abstract and Figures In the present article, evolution of microstructure during solidification, as a function of various parameters, is discussed. Macrosegregation is described as being due to.

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