Evaluation of Concentration Dependent Diffusivities of Manganese in the Diffusion Joint Fe/FeMn-Steel by Means of Mathematical-Analytical Methods

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When developing new types of materials with special properties for the automotive industry, steels with high content of manganese (up to 25 wt. % Mn) were studied. These steels embody increased failure resistance, high level of deformation hardening, plastic response and high value of energy absorption in crash situations [1,2]. The aim of our work was to study an interaction of a FeMn alloy with pure iron from the view of diffusion processes. For that purpose, diffusion joints Fe/FeMn-steel were created and long-term heated at the temperatures of 800, 900 and 1050 °C. Dependences of diffusivities of Mn on its concentration were calculated from concentration profiles of manganese after diffusion heating applying three analytical methods. In the first method, constant values of diffusivities Di, i = 1,2 for both Fe and steel were taken into account. In the second case a modified Matano-Boltzmann method utilizing polynomials was applied, which simplifies solution in numerous cases. The third method performs the solution of the non-linear equation of diffusion on the assumption of a linear dependence of diffusivity on concentration applying a procedure based on perturbation calculus. The results of the solution will be graphically documented in details together with the description of experiments.

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Defect and Diffusion Forum (Volumes 283-286)

Edited by:

Andreas Öchsner, Graeme E. Murch and Ali Shokuhfar

Pages:

214-219

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/DDF.283-286.214

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P. Kubíček et al., "Evaluation of Concentration Dependent Diffusivities of Manganese in the Diffusion Joint Fe/FeMn-Steel by Means of Mathematical-Analytical Methods", Defect and Diffusion Forum, Vols. 283-286, pp. 214-219, 2009

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March 2009

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