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On Linear Analysis of the Movement of the Interface under Directed Crystallization

DOI: 10.4236/aces.2014.42014, PP. 103-119

Keywords: Phase Transition, Interface, Stability, Oscillation, Solution, Linearized

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We present a detailed discussion of the boundary conditions of the directed crystallization problem, a formulation of the model considering temperature fields of external sources, the mechanism of attachment of particles to the growing solid surface, the influence of interphase component absorption on the phase distribution ratio of the components as well as the calculation of the period of the morphological interface instability which is made with due regard of all the aforementioned conditions.

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