Solubility of Carbon in Nanocrystalline 𝛼 -Iron

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Alexander Kirchner; Bernd Kieback;

A thermodynamic model for nanocrystalline interstitial alloys is presented. The equilibrium solid solubility of carbon in 𝛼 -iron is calculated for given grain size. Inside the strained nanograins local variation of the carbon content is predicted. Due to the nonlinear... View more
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