Diffusion Phenomena in Engineering Materials

Volume 4

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/DF.4

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Authors: Mysore A. Dayananda

Abstract: There exist several interesting phenomena and observations reported in literature for isothermal diffusion in multicomponent systems. Such...

Authors: T.R. Paul, I.V. Belova, E.V. Levchenko, A.V. Evteev, G.E. Murch

Abstract: The self-or tracer diffusivity of one component in a binary alloy is often required when there is knowledge of the other component’s self-or...

Authors: A.B. Lidiard

Abstract: This article reviews the subject of the Soret effect and Thermodiffusion in solids more generally. In doing so it draws upon computer...

Authors: Gregory Kozlowski, V. Chaudhary, Z. Turgut, H. Kosai, A. Sheets, T. Bixel, A. Wheatley, P. Abdulkin, B. Knappett, David Jefferson, M. Matusiewicz, J. Kasperczyk, M. Makowska-Janusik

Abstract: The surface effects on the critical dimensions of ferromagnetic nanoparticles have been studied. Iron nanoparticles with different mean...

Authors: Hasan Güleryüz, Erdem Atar, Fared Seahjani, Hüseyin Çimenoğlu

Abstract: In this paper, diffusional surface hardening processes utilized to overcome the poor tribological performance of titanium and its alloys is...

Authors: D.A. Morton-Blake

Abstract: A molecular dynamics simulation is conducted to describe the behaviour of sodium and chloride ions as they enter a synthetic ion channel...

Authors: Viswanathan Neelakantan Nurni, Bharath Nidambur Ballal, Seshadri Seetharaman

Abstract: Diffusion phenomena are of great importance in materials processing wherein atomic, molecular or ionic species are distributed within a...


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