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Nature of acoustic emission during phase transformations and adequacy of the Stefan condition

  • I. I. Sakharov
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Abstract

The kinetics of phase transformations of water and associated acoustic effects have been considered. The contribution of the energy of acoustic emission is estimated in relation to the latent energy of crystallization.

Keywords

Crystallization Statistical Physic Phase Transformation Acoustic Emission Latent Energy 
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