Reconstruction of diffusion coefficients in the problem of carbonitriding

  • V. B. Glasko
  • I. E. Stepanova


The uniqueness of the determination of carbon and nitrogen diffusion coefficients is found for the process of carbonitriding with complete and abbreviated information on the concentration fields.


Nitrogen Statistical Physic Diffusion Coefficient Concentration Field Nitrogen Diffusion 
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  • I. E. Stepanova

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