Numerical Simulation on Rapidly Solidified Melt Spinning CuFe10 Alloys
The numerical simulation model of single roller rapid solidification melt-spinning CuFe10 alloys was built in this paper. The vacuum chamber, cooling roller and sample were taken into account as a holistic heat system. Based on the heat transfer theory and liquid solidification theory, the heat transfer during the rapids solidification process of CuFe10 ribbons prepared by melt spinning can be approximately modeled by one-dimensional heat conduction equation, so that the temperature distribution and the cooling rate of the ribbon can be determined by the integration of this equation. The simulative results are coincident very well with the microstructure of rapid solidification melt spinnng CuFe10 alloys at three different wheel speeds 4, 12 and 36 m/s.
Z. M. Zhou et al., "Numerical Simulation on Rapidly Solidified Melt Spinning CuFe10 Alloys", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 228-229, pp. 416-421, 2011