Modeling Solid-State Precipitation

Modeling Solid-State Precipitation

Ernst Kozeschnik

In Stock Date: 
12/12/2012
Print Price: 
$219.95
Print ISBN: 
978-1-60650-062-0
E-book Price: 
$198.00
E-book ISBN: 
9781606500644
Pages: 
464
Binding Type: 
Casebound
DOI: 
10.5643/9781606500644

Momentum Press's Computational Materials Science and Engineering Series focuses on both classic and innovative modeling algorithms for computer-aided materials analysis as well as typical applications for each modeling technique. This book in the series focuses on computer modeling techniques for precipitation phenomena in materials undergoing phase transition from one state to another, with a focus on the sharp-interface limit model. Readers will find coverage on: * Statistical Theory of Phase Transformation * Solid-State Nucleation * Multiparticle Precipitation Kinetics -- using both numerical Kampmann-Wagner Model and the SFFK Model * A comparison of growth kinetics using different models

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Ernst Kozeschnik

Ernst Kozeschnik

Ernst Kozeschnik is a Professor of Materials Technology at the Vienna University of Technology, having previously been an Assistant Professor of Materials Science at the Graz University of Technology and a visiting scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is the author and co-author of over 120 journal articles and book chapters spanning diverse topics of phase transformations, computational microstructure evolution, and continuums modelling of precipitation in multi-component multi-phase systems.