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The Coupled Model for Surface Modification of Titanium Nickelide

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In this paper, a coupled model of coating modification placed on a substrate is proposed. The model takes into account the different channels of stress effect on the evolution of coating and transition zone composition. The coupled model of coated material modification by pulsed electron beam is formulated for the first time, with particular attention paid to the mutual influence of stresses arising from composition changes and diffusion transport. Examples of calculations for the Ta-TiN system are presented which demonstrate both qualitative and quantitative differences between coupled and uncoupled problems.

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This work has been performed according to the Government Research Assignment for ISPMS SB RAS, project FWRW-2022-0003.

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Kryukova, O.N., Knyazeva, A.G. The Coupled Model for Surface Modification of Titanium Nickelide. Lobachevskii J Math 44, 2317–2325 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1995080223060483

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