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An alternate theoretical approach to diffusion bonding

@article{Lagos2010AnAT,
  title={An alternate theoretical approach to diffusion bonding},
  author={Miguel A. Lagos and C'esar Retamal},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2010}
}
On the basis of a previous theoretical approach to the plastic flow of highly refined materials, a physical explanation for diffusion bonding is essayed, which yields closed--form equations relating the bonding progress with time, temperature, applied pressure and the constants characterizing the material. Excellent agreement with experiment is attained, with no adjustable parameter. In the novel scheme, diffusion bonding is caused by the interpenetration of the two sufaces at the grain level… 

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