CORRELATIONS BETWEEN PHASE FORMATION MORPHOLOGY AND SEQUENCE WITH THE TEMPERATURE PROFILE OF EXOTHERMIC SOLID-STATE REACTIONS

V. Bezpalchuk, A. Gusak, R. Kozubski

Abstract


Nowadays it is possible to measure the temperature profile in the front of SHS reaction which is related to the time-dependent temperature rise in exothermic adiabatic reaction. It is shown that in the scaled temperature/time variables, this profile can tell much about the sequence of the phase formation and morphology of reaction zone during the reaction

Keywords


SHS; multilayer thin films; modeling; diffusion; phase formation; Ni-Al system

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