Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...

Serriere, Mickael Gandin, Charles-André Gautier, Elisabeth Archambault, Pierre Dehmas, Moukrane

A precipitation model is developed based on three physical mechanisms, ie nucleation, growth and coarsening of the precipitates. The model follows the particle size distribution by using a finite volume method. Inputs of thermodynamic data are required, such as the driving force for nucleation and equilibrium concentrations. An ideal dilute solutio...