This updated edition presents a picture of the majority of solidification phenomena which control the formation of microstructures. Solidification phenomena play an important role in many processes used in a wide range of fields, from production engineering to solid-state physics. Simple models have been developed to attempt to aid understanding of this complex subject. In this text there are a broad range of solidification models to look at, from large tonnage of continously cast products, through superalloy precision casting, to high-purity single crystals. This book is aimed at being useful for students and experienced engineers alike. Convert currency.
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Fundamentals of Solidification, Fourth Revised Edition
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ISBN 13: 9780878498048
Fundamentals of Solidification