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MSE618 SPRING 2018 Reading assignment (Weeks 9-10): Shewmon Chap 1 pages 9- 26; Chap 2 pages 53- 61 (pages 1-10, 21-25 in scanned copy) Porter & Easterling, Chap 2, pages 71-75 1. Write the boundary conditions in carburization of steel used to solve Fick’s second law a. c = c o for x > 0 at t = 0, where c o is the initial concentration of carbon inside the steel b. c = c’ for x < 0 at t = 0, where c’ is the initial concentration of carbon at the surface of the steel 2. Write the diffusion coefficient related to the jump frequency and jump distance a. From Eq 2-2: D = ( ) 𝛽 2 𝛤 , where 𝛽 is the jump distance and 𝛤 is the jump frequency 3. Describe interstitial diffusion a. Interstitial diffusion is described by the passing of an atom from an interstitial site to one of its neighboring sites without any permanent displacement of the
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  • Spring '18
  • Chemistry, Crystal, Molecular diffusion, Porter & Easterling

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