Modeling microstructure development in gray cast irons

@article{Goettsch1994ModelingMD,
  title={Modeling microstructure development in gray cast irons},
  author={David D. Goettsch and Jonathan A. Dantzig},
  journal={Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A},
  year={1994},
  volume={25},
  pages={1063-1079}
}
Recent years have seen increasing use of solidification process modeling as a tool to aid in the analysis and elimination of manufacturing defects in castings. Grain size and other microstructural features such as second-phase morphology and distribution are the primary factors in determining the mechanical properties in cast metals. In this work, a representation of nucleation and growth kinetics for gray cast irons, based on a statistical description of the microstructure, has been coupled… CONTINUE READING

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