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Analysis on the non-equilibrium dendritic solidification of a binary alloy with back diffusion
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on the non-equilibrium dendritic solidification of a binary alloy with back diffusion
Jeong, Jae-Dong; Yu, Ho-Seon; Lee, Jun-Sik;
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 Abstract
Micro-Macro approach is conducted for the mixture solidification to handle the closely linked phenomena of microscopic solute redistribution and macroscopic solidification behavior. For this purpose, present work combines the efficiency of mixture theory for macro part and the capability of microscopic analysis of two-phase model for micro part. The micro part of present study is verified by comparison with experiment of Al-4.9 mass% Cu alloy. The effect of back diffusion on the macroscopic variables such as temperature and liquid concentration, is appreciable. The effect, however, is considerable on the mixture concentration and eutectic fraction which are indices of macro and micro segregation, respectively. According to the diffusion time, the behavior near the cooling wall where relatively rapid solidification permits short solutal diffusion time, approaches Scheil equation limit and inner part approaches lever rule limit.
 Keywords
Non-Equilibrium Solidification;Back Diffusion;Dendritic Solidification;Eutectic Fraction;
 Language
Korean
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