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Modeling Solid-State Precipitation

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Modeling Solid-State Precipitation by Ernst Kozeschnick
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Momentum Press's new Computational Materials Science and Engineering Series will focus on both classic and innovative modeling algorithms for computer-aided materials analysis as well as typical applications for each modeling technique. This book in the series will focus on computer modeling techniques for precipitation phenomena in materials undergoing phase transition from one state to another, with a focus on the sharp-interface limit model. Readers will find coverage on: Statistical Theory of Phase Transformation Solid-State Nucleation Multiparticle Precipitation Kinetics - using both numerical Kampmann-Wagner Model and the SFFK Model A comparison of growth kinetics using different models

Author Biography

Ernst Kozeschnik Graz, Austria; Professor, Graz University of Technology.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2013
Audience
  • Professional & Vocational
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Momentum Press
Pages
300
Dimensions
186x264x35
ISBN-13
9781606500620
Product ID
20637831

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