MÖGLICHKEITEN DER MATHEMATISCHEN BESCHREIBUNG VON PHASENUMWANDLUNGEN IM STAHL BEI SCHWEIß- UND WIG-NACHBEHANDLUNGSPROZESSEN

Hildebrand, Jörg GND; Wudtke, Idna; Werner, Frank GND

In the final decades many scientists were occupied intensively with the change of materials during a process and their mathematical descriptions. The extensive and extensive analyses were supported by the advanced computer science. A mathematical description of the phase transformation is a condition for a realistic FE simulation of the state of microstructure. It is possible to simulate the temperature and stress field also in complex construction based on the state of microstructure. In the last years a great number of mathematical models were expanded to describe the transformation between different phases. For the development of the models for transformation kinetics it is practical to subdivide into isothermal and non-isothermal processes according to the thermal conditions. Some models for the description of the transformation with non-isothermal processes represent extensions for isothermal of processes. A part of parameters for the describing equations can be derived from the time-temperature-transformation diagrams in the literature. Furthermore the two possibilities of transformation are considered by different models - diffusion controlled and not diffusion controlled. The material-specific characteristics can be simulated during the transformation for each individual phase in a realistic FE analyses. Also new materials can be simulated after a modification of the parameters in the describing equations for the phase transformation. The effects in the temperature and stress field are a substantial reason for the investigation of the phase transformation during the welding and TIG-dressing processes.

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Hildebrand, Jörg / Wudtke, Idna / Werner, Frank: MÖGLICHKEITEN DER MATHEMATISCHEN BESCHREIBUNG VON PHASENUMWANDLUNGEN IM STAHL BEI SCHWEIß- UND WIG-NACHBEHANDLUNGSPROZESSEN. 2006.

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