Influence of Lattice Anisotropy on Models Formulated by Cellular Automata in Presence of Grain Boundary Movement: A Case Study

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This paper continues in the previous research focussed to two simple questions. The first one reads: ”What is the influence of anisotropy of computational lattice on simulations of boundary movement?” where grain boundary movement typically appears in simulations of grain boundary migration and static/dynamic recrystallization. The second question reads: ”How is the computational anisotropy related to natural anisotropy of the material lattice itself?” This study is focussed on the influence of change of the computational algorithm and/or lattice on the grain boundary movement. Two algorithms, the majority rule and the simple modification of the Monte Carlo method for two different lattices – namely square and hexagonal one – are used.

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Jaroslav Pokluda

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195-198

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.482.195

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J. Kroc "Influence of Lattice Anisotropy on Models Formulated by Cellular Automata in Presence of Grain Boundary Movement: A Case Study", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 482, pp. 195-198, 2005

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