lecture1 - alloys 2 nd ed • John Crank The mathematics of...

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MatSc503 – Kinetics of Materials Processes Class time: Mon., Wed., and Fri. 2:30-3:20PM Class Room: 104 Steidle Courseweb: http://www.courses.psu.edu/courseweb/courses/index.cgi?course=matsc503_lqc3 Instructor: Long-Qing Chen 101 Steidle Building, [email protected] TA: Tim Yosenick 226 Materials Research Lab, [email protected] Course Grading Policy • Test 1 – 25%, closed book, evening exam • Test 2 – 25%, closed book, evening exam • Test 3 – 25%, closed book, evening exam • Homework – 25%, attendance, and regular and computer homeworks
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Reference books Recommended Text: Paul Shewmon - Diffusion in solids, 2 nd ed. List of books on reserve in Library for MatSc 503: Paul Shewmon - Diffusion in solids, 2 nd ed. Jean Philibert - Atom movements W. D. Kingery et al. - Introduction to ceramics", 2 nd ed. J. W. Christian - The theory of transformations in metals and alloys, 2nd ed. D. A. Porter and K. E. Easterling – Phase transformations in metals and
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Unformatted text preview: alloys, 2 nd ed. • John Crank - The mathematics of diffusion, 2 nd ed. Tentative Course Outline • Fick’s diffusion equations (Chen) • Atomistic mechanisms of diffusion (Chen) • Phenomenological theory of diffusion (Chen) • Simulations of diffusion and diffusional phase transformations using DICTRA software (Liu) • Diffusion along extended defects (Chen) • Reaction kinetics (Chen) • Kinetics of phase transformations (Chen) • Simulation of microstructure evolution using phase-field Models (Chen) Introduction to Solid State Diffusion The majority of materials processes in solids involve diffusion, for example, – Doping of solutes in semiconductors – Sintering of ceramics and metals – Thin-film growth – Carburization and decarburization of steels – Solidification of alloys – Precipitation reactions – Homogenization of alloys – Coarsening – etc....
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