再結晶現象に対するPhase-fieldモデルの保存則に基づく構築  [in Japanese] Development of Phase-Field Model for Recrystallization Based on Conservation Laws  [in Japanese]

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We modeled previously a crystal lattice as an elastic bar with equivalent atom mass. Applying such a lattice model to recrystallization phenomena, we developed conservation laws of mass, momentum, angular momentum and energy for mixture consisting of recrystallized phase and matrix. Also, the increase law of entropy for mixture was obtained. However, in the previous works, only general principles are formulated and material properties are not introduced into them. Moreover, it is still unclear which conservation laws are corresponding to the governing equations of phase-field models. In this paper, balance equations of mass for single phase and spin angular momentum are rewritten by use of order parameter and crystal orientation, respectively. Constitutive equations for fluxes of order parameter and crystal orientation are thermodynamically derived so that the entropy inequality is not violated. Substituting the constitutive equations of flux into the balance equations, basic equations are obtained. In these equations, the mass source term and diffusion coefficients are modeled so as to synchronize with the temporal change of grain boundary energy. Neglecting the conservative term of the equation of crystal orientation and then integrating it with respect to time, three-dimensional KWC type phase-field equations are derived. Finally, reducing the obtained equations to two-dimensional ones, it is shown that the present equations result in the conventional KWC type phase-field model.

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  • TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A

    TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A 78(791), 1065-1078, 2012

    The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130002050326
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0387-5008
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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