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Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A

, Volume 50, Issue 2, pp 1091–1093 | Cite as

Comments on “A New Analytical Approach to Predict Spacing Selection in Lamellar and Rod Eutectic Systems”*

  • Kan Song
  • Haibin Zhao
  • Wei ZhaoEmail author
  • Bin SuEmail author
  • Zhenhong Wang
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Abstract

A mistake in the eutectic growth model published by Adrian V. Catalina et al. (Adrian V. Catalina, Subhayu Sen, and Doru M. Stefanescu: Metall. Mater. Trans. A, 2003, vol. 34A, pp. 383–94) was identified. First, we have re-derived the model following Catalina’s assumption. Furthermore, the two Fourier coefficients were directly obtained following the classical eutectic model (JH model). Finally, the validity of our derivation is closed-loop verified based on the combination of the above two derivations.

Notes

Thanks are offered to the National Natural Science Foundation of China, People’s Republic of China (51501154, U1530108). Major Subject in China Academy of Engineering Physics (TA17030503), and the Fund of the Especially Engaged Talent in Institute of Materials (TP02201701). The authors also wish to thank Dr. Y.Q. Cai from the Institute of High Performance Computing, A*STAR, Singapore for the useful discussion.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of MaterialsChina Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP)JiangyouChina

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