Homogenization of doping elements in the Fe-Mo, Fe-Cu, Fe-Cr, and Fe-Ni nanosystems depending on the sintering time and temperature View Full Text


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2008-10-29

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V. Ya. Bulanov, V. A. Krashaninin, S. A. Oglezneva

ABSTRACT

This work is devoted to the solving a major problem of powder material science, specifically, prediction of the structural and phase composition during obtaining the new multicomponent materials using the mathematical description and development of computer software to simulate the homogenization processes of metal-metal binary systems. The processes of homogenization in solid nanosystems of the metals of type Fe-Mo, Fe-Cu, Fe-Ni, and Fe-Cr transition elements were investigated. A complex theoretical investigation of the homogenization of the particles in solid nanosystems is performed, analytical dependences of the degree of homogenization on the time and temperature of the sintering process are established, interdiffusion coefficients in the systems are calculated, physicochemical models of homogenization are suggested, and ways that a computer can analyze numerically with visualization of studied processes are developed. An evaluation of the convergence of the used numerical methods is performed, the accuracy of the calculations is evaluated, and an estimation of the calculations for the systems under consideration is carried out. The obtained results allow one to reduce the number of natural experiments in the development of new materials with specified properties. More... »

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428-432

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