An analytical geometrical model for secondary dendrite arm detachment

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Mullis, AM (2006)
  • Publisher: Elsevier

A simple geometrical model of a ripened secondary dendrite arm is used to investigate the curvature at the neck of the arm where it joins the primary trunk. It is found that the negative K-(1) component of the curvature does not fully balance the peak in the positive K-(2) component.
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