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Materials with a disordered atomic structure, often termed glassy materials, are the focus of extensive research due to the possibility of achieving remarkable mechanical, electrochemical, and magnetic properties compared to crystalline materials. The glassy materials are observed to have an improved elastic modulus combined with a higher strength...
The presence of secondary particles to polycrystalline alloys results in kinetic stabilization of the grain boundaries, which maintains desirable fine microstructures. In some instances, secondary particles trigger abnormal grain growth. The mechanisms influencing abnormal grain growth are still a subject of conjecture. As dispersed fine particles...
The ubiquitous motion of grain boundaries is responsible for determining the unique microstructural patterns and stability of polycrystalline materials. By employing the versatile multi-phase field modeling methodology, the role of inert second-phase particles on the dynamics of grain boundaries under conditions of uncooperative migration is analyz...
Now-a-days the application of Glass Fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) composite materials has increased a lot in the field of engineering. Afterward, the need for better surface finish of GFRP composite materials machining has increased greatly. In this paper a hybrid model of Harmony Search (HS) with Response Surface Methodology (RSM), has been deve...
Today is the age of modern technology and the vast growing IT industry have created a better opportunity for everyone. One of the burning questions of today's modern world is the growth of energy demands and price. Besides that the impact on environment and the depletion of fossil fuels have brought a crisis in the energy related issues. Today's In...
I am working on the Phase Field Model. During grain growth, there is an evolution of free energy. I am looking for a way how I can quantify this free energy.