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In recent years, a range of computer simulation models leading to a better understanding of liquid phase sintering phenomena, have been developed with the aim of simulating the detailed evolution of microstructure during grain growth. Some liquid phase sintered materials show both macrostructural and microstructural effects associated with gravity force.… (More)
Methods of stereological study are of great importance for structural research of electronic ceramic materials including BaTiO3-ceramic materials. The broad application of ceramics, based on barium-titanate, in advanced electronics nowadays demands a constant research of its structure, that through the correlation structureproperties, a fundamental in the… (More)
A two-dimensional method based on basic and mixed models for simulation of liquid phase sintering of a porous structure will be developed. These models will be tested in order to conduct a study of diffusion phenomena and gravitational effects on microstructural evolution during liquid phase sintering of a W-Ni system.
In this paper, we investigated numerically gravity induced skeletal settling during liquid phase sintering. The microstructural evolution will be simulated by simultaneous computation of displacement of the center of mass and mass transport due to dissolution and precipitation at the interfaces between solid-phase and liquid matrix. Common to this study… (More)
This paper presents a computational study of the three-dimensional computer simulation of grain coarsening using a sintering model based on sintering law (a rate law of inter-grain distance reduction) describing the evolution of neck geometry.