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Diffusion In Solids by Mehrer, Helmut
Solid State Science Vol. Diffusion and Defect Monograph Series Vol. Diffusion in Quasicrystals, Ch. Mehrer, Self-diffusion in Bulk Metallic Glasses, in: Solid State Ionics Vol. Diffusion Kinetics in Solids, Ch.
Phase Transformations in Materials, G. Cu GB Diffusion in Al. Effect of Alloying by Cu and Ce p. Diffusion in Solids under Pressure p. Models of Interdiffusion in a Polycrystalline Alloy: Diffusion in Solids under Pressure. Defect and Diffusion Forum Volumes Grain Boundary Diffusion, Stresses and Segregation. Diffusion in SolidPressure Dependence.
This diffusikn is devoted to simulation of interstitial atom diffusion in fcc metals with point defects. We used the molecular static and the Monte Carlo methods. An activation barrier set for different configurations of the carbon—vacancy complexes is simulated by the method of the molecular static MS.
Then we calculate atom jump rates for these configurations.
The simulation of the carbon and vacancy migration in an fcc metal is realized on the basis of obtained mfhrer jump rates by using the Monte-Carlo MC method. In particular, the calculations were made for the system of the nickel-carbon.
In the result of that interstitial atom diffusion coefficient has been obtained at different temperatures. Activation energies for solute diffusion along dislocations are difficult to measure experimentally.
The aim of this work is to provide insight into pipe diffusion with the help of atomistic simulations. The distribution of vacancy formation energy and the activation energy mehrrer copper migration are determined in the core of an edge dislocation in aluminum.
Diffusion in Solids under Pressure
The Dimer method is used to find activation energies for vacancy migration. The activated region around the dislocation where a hrlmut high diffusivity is observed and the activation energy for copper diffusion associated with this region are interpreted with regard to the contribution of the dislocation and the contribution of the alloying.
The sintering activation energy of high-purity alumina powders with different particle sizes was evaluated under non-isothermal condition. It was found that, during sintering, the activation energy for the lower temperature stage is higher than that for higher temperature stage. The value of the activation diffuslon for the powder compact with larger particle size was higher than that for the powder compact with smaller particle size.
If the selected temperature interval for calculation was narrow enough, the evaluated activation energy values varied with helmuh increasing temperature continuously.
The crystallization behaviors of the alloy during continuous heating are investigated mainly by differential canning calorimeter DSC. The activation energies were obtained from the Kissinger and Doyle equations. The crystallization activation energies are all less than the corresponding data of ZrCuAlSi alloy, diffuslon results show that thermal stability was decreased with the Y addition. Zheng Cun Zhou, Q. The features of grain boundary relaxation of a wt.
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The grain boundary relaxation peak appears at about oC on the mehreer friction-temperature curves for the alloy. The peak temperature shifts toward high temperature with increasing frequency.
In terms of Arrihenius relation, the activation energy is calculated to be 4. Grain boundary relaxation strength remarkably decreases with increasing grain size.