Geometric relationships for homogenization in single-phase binary alloy systems
Jalaiah Unnam, Darrel R. Tenney, Bland A. Stein, Joint Institute for Advancement of Flight Sciences, Langley Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978 - Technology & Engineering - 12 pages
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003 Spherical 009 Cylindrical Aeronautics and Space annealed B-rich region binary alloy systems concentration and interface constituents in single-phase curve cylindrical and spherical Darrel describes the extent diffusion equation erfc error function Experimental data extent of inter extent of interaction Figure Finite finite-difference analysis finite-difference solution function of CB functions of mean geometry and CB geometry with CB George Washington University H to changes HOMOGENIZATION IN SINGLE-PHASE Houska included to demonstrate includes two parameters interaction without lengthy interface geometry Jalaiah Unnam Langley Research Center lengthy numerical calculations mean concentration Metall NASA nickel Performing Organization planar geometry possible a quick Powder Compacts predicted homogenization values present empirical solution q values quick estimate RB/RT RELATIONSHIPS FOR HOMOGENIZATION Research Center Hampton semiempirical relationship Sensitivity of H single-phase binary alloy solution eq Space Administration specimens with cylindrical spherical geometries spherical interfaces systems having planar Tenney thickness or radius values of CB