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|Title:||Dendritic growth velocities in an undercooled melt of pure nickel under static magnetic fields: A test of theory with convection|
Alexandrov, D. V.
Galenko, P. K.
|Citation:||Dendritic growth velocities in an undercooled melt of pure nickel under static magnetic fields: A test of theory with convection / J. Gao, M. Han, A. Kao, et al. — DOI 10.1016/j.actamat.2015.10.014 // Acta Materialia. — 2016. — Vol. 103. — P. 184-191.|
|Abstract:||Dendritic growth velocities in an undercooled melt of pure nickel under static magnetic fields up to 6 T were measured using a high-speed camera. The growth velocities for undercoolings below 120 K are depressed under low magnetic fields, but are recovered progressively under high magnetic fields. This retrograde behavior arises from two competing kinds of magnetohydrodynamics in the melt and becomes indistinguishable for higher undercoolings. The measured data is used for testing of a recent theory of dendritic growth with convection. A reasonable agreement is attained by assuming magnetic field-dependent flow velocities. As is shown, the theory can also account for previous data of dendritic growth kinetics in pure succinonitrile under normal gravity and microgravity conditions. These tests demonstrate the efficiency of the theory which provides a realistic description of dendritic growth kinetics of pure substances with convection. © 2015 Acta Materialia Inc.|
STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD
HIGH SPEED CAMERAS
HIGH MAGNETIC FIELDS
LOW MAGNETIC FIELDS
STATIC MAGNETIC FIELDS
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