Solute drag, solute trapping and diffusional dissipation of Gibbs energy 1 1 This paper is based on

@article{Hillert1999SoluteDS,
  title={Solute drag, solute trapping and diffusional dissipation of Gibbs energy 1 1 This paper is based on},
  author={Mats Hillert},
  journal={Acta Materialia},
  year={1999}
}
  • M. Hillert
  • Published 10 December 1999
  • Materials Science
  • Acta Materialia
Phase field modelling of grain growth with particle pinning and solute drag
Second phase particles and solute atoms have been used as an important constituent in the design of materials and processes due to their ability to restrain the motion of grain boundaries. The drag
Solute Drag and Entropy Production - Two Approaches to the Same Phenomenon
The historical development of the two approaches to the interaction between solute atoms and a migrating interface, based on dissipation of Gibbs energy and on solute drag, are reviewed and compared.
Solute drag illustrated graphically
Abstract There are two approaches to the interaction between solute atoms and migrating interfaces. A comparison between the two is illustrated with molar Gibbs energy diagrams. It is demonstrated
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