Journal article

Computational Efficient Modeling of Sintering in Multi-component Alloys for ICME Applications

TT Molla, JZ Liu, GB Schaffer

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B | Springer New York LLC | Published : 2020


The major challenge while using sintering models for simulation of densification in multi-component alloys is finding the correct transport parameters, which are affected by not only temperature but also chemical composition and phase dispersion. A novel approach for determining the effective self-diffusivity and hence modeling the densification of engineering alloys during sintering is proposed. The approach integrates computational thermodynamics and simulation of diffusion-controlled transformations in multi-component alloys together with a low-order model for solid-state sintering. Computational thermodynamics, using the CALPHAD method, is used to predict microstructural phase stability,..

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