Time: 02:00 p.m.
Place: ICAMS Seminar Room IC 02-718
Manon Bonvalet, Normandie Université, Saint Etienne du Rouvray, France
The kinetics of phase separation of supersaturated solid solution is of major concern in material science. Modeling precipitation is of utmost interest both from an academic point of view and for the optimization of thermal treatments and alloy composition. We review here basics and models dealing with precipitation in binary and multicomponent alloys based on solid state thermodynamics and on volume diffusion process. From there, we develop new models to understand physic process involved in the precipitation transformation.