About Nucleation and Growth
Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Free Energies. Let us consider a substance capable of attaining two phases (solid and liquid, say), which occupies a bounded region Ω, ∈ R 3. Let us assume that the relative temperature is a prescribed function θ ∈ L∞(Ω), and set
KeywordsCurvature Flow Prescribe Function Solid Ball Kinetic Undercooling Implicit Time Discretization
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