Application of computational thermodynamics to the evolution of surface tension and gibbs-thomson coefficient during multicomponent aluminum alloy solidification

Application of computational thermodynamics to the evolution of surface tension and gibbs-thomson coefficient during multicomponent aluminum alloy solidification

Paulo A.D. Jácome, Marcio T. Fernandes, Amauri Garcia, José Adilson de Castro, Alexandre F. Ferreira, Ivaldo Leão Ferreira

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Numerical simulation of multicomponent alloy solidification demands accuracy of thermophysical properties in order to obtain a numerical representation as close as possible to the physical reality. Some alloy properties are only seldom found in the literature. In this paper, a solution of Butler’s...

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Application of computational thermodynamics to the evolution of surface tension and gibbs-thomson coefficient during multicomponent aluminum alloy solidification

Paulo A.D. Jácome, Marcio T. Fernandes, Amauri Garcia, José Adilson de Castro, Alexandre F. Ferreira, Ivaldo Leão Ferreira


										

Application of computational thermodynamics to the evolution of surface tension and gibbs-thomson coefficient during multicomponent aluminum alloy solidification

Paulo A.D. Jácome, Marcio T. Fernandes, Amauri Garcia, José Adilson de Castro, Alexandre F. Ferreira, Ivaldo Leão Ferreira

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    Materials science forum

    Vol. 869 (Aug., 2016), p. 416-422