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Solidification and Crystallization Processing in Metals and Alloys; Contents; Preface; 1 Thermodynamic Concepts and Relationships; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Thermodynamic Concepts and Relationships; 1.2.1 First Law of Thermodynamics. Principle of Conservation of Energy; 1.2.2 Enthalpy; 1.2.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics. Entropy; 1.2.4 Gibbs' Free Energy; 1.2.5 Intensive and Extensive Thermodynamic Quantities; 1.3 Thermodynamics of SingleComponent Systems; 1.3.1 ClausiusClapeyron's Law. 

1.3.2 Equilibrium between Liquid and Solid Phases. Influence of Pressure and Crystal Curvature on Melting Point1.3.3 Equilibrium between Liquid and Gaseous Phases. Influence of Pressure on Boiling Point. Bubble Formation in Melts; 1.3.4 Molar Gibbs' Free Energy of a Pure Metal; 1.4 Thermodynamics of MultipleComponent Systems; 1.4.1 Partial Molar Thermodynamic Quantities; 1.4.2 Relative Thermodynamic Quantities and Reference States. Relative Partial Molar Thermodynamic Quantities or Partial Molar Quantities of Mixing. 

1.4.3 Relative Integral Molar Thermodynamic Quantities or Integral Molar Quantities of Mixing1.4.4 Other Thermodynamic Functions and Relationships; 1.5 Thermodynamics of Alloys; 1.5.1 Heat of Mixing; 1.5.2 Ideal and NonIdeal Solutions; 1.6 Thermodynamics of Ideal Binary Solutions; 1.6.1 Molar Gibbs' Free Energy of Ideal Binary Solutions; 1.7 Thermodynamics of NonIdeal Binary Solutions; 1.7.1 Activities of NonIdeal Solutions Raoult's and Henry's Laws; 1.7.2 Excess Quantities of NonIdeal Solutions; 1.7.3 Molar Gibbs' Free Energies of NonIdeal Binary Solutions. 

1.8 Experimental Determination of Thermodynamic Quantities of Binary Alloys1.8.1 Determination of Molar Heat of Mixing of Binary Alloys; 1.8.2 Determination of Partial Molar Gibbs' Free Energy of Mixing of Binary Alloys; Summary; Further Reading; 2 Thermodynamic Analysis of Solidification Processes in Metals and Alloys; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Thermodynamics of Pure Metals; 2.2.1 Driving Force of Solidification; 2.3 Thermodynamics of Binary Alloys; 2.3.1 Gibbs' Free Energy of Ideal Binary Solutions; 2.3.2 Gibbs' Free Energy of NonIdeal Solutions. 

2.3.3 The RegularSolution Model. Miscibility Gap in a Regular Solution2.4 Equilibrium Between Phases in Binary Solutions. Phase Diagrams of Binary Alloys; 2.4.1 Gibbs' Phase Rule; 2.4.2 Gibbs' Free Energy Curves for Solid and Liquid Binary Solutions; 2.4.3 The Tangent to Tangent Method to Predict Phases in Binary Solutions; 2.4.4 Calculation of Chemical Potentials from Gibbs' Free Energy Diagrams; 2.4.5 Phase Diagrams of Binary Alloys; 2.4.6 Relationship between Molar Gibbs' Free Energy Curves and Phase Diagrams. Construction of Phase Diagrams; 2.4.7 Influence of Parameters on Phase Diagrams. 
Note 
2.5 Driving Force of Solidification in Binary Alloys. 
Summary 
Solidification and Crystallization Processing in Metals and Alloys Hasse Fredriksson KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden Ulla Åkerlind University of Stockholm, Sweden Solidification or crystallization occurs when atoms are transformed from the disordered liquid state to the more ordered solid state, and is fundamental to metals processing. Conceived as a companion volume to the earlier works, Materials Processing during Casting (2006) and Physics of Functional Materials (2008), this book analyzes solidification and crystallizat. 
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Print version record. 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references and index. 
Language 
English. 
Subject 
Metal crystals  Growth.


Metal crystals  Growth.
(OCoLC)fst01017579

Genre/Form 
Electronic books.

Added Author 
Akerlind, Ulla.

Other Form: 
Print version: Fredriksson, Hasse. Solidification and Crystallization Processing in Metals and Alloys. Hoboken : Wiley, ©2012 9781119993056 
ISBN 
9781119975557 

1119975557 

1283542730 

9781283542739 

1119993059 

9781119993056 

9781119993056 (cloth) 
Standard No. 
AU@ 000055820110 

DEBBG BV044167029 

DEBSZ 431159572 
