A Review on Phase Field Modeling of Martensitic Phase Transformation
In the last few decades, the phase field method has shown tremendous capabilities of predicting microstructure evolutions at the mesoscale scale. This method was widely used for modeling martensitic phase transformation, where the displacive character was a challenging problem for the counterpart sharp interface approach. Martensitic phase transformation, which is an invariant plane stress twinning, drives a myriad of phase transition phenomena of paramount importance to many structural applications. This article provides a literature review of the past phase field modeling studies used to capture the formation and growth of martensite.
M. Mamivand et al., "A Review on Phase Field Modeling of Martensitic Phase Transformation," Computational Materials Science, vol. 77, pp. 304-311, Elsevier, Sep 2013.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.commatsci.2013.04.059
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Literature reviews; Martensitic phase transformations; Micro-structure evolutions; Phase field methods; Phase transition phenomenon; Phase-field modeling; Sharp interface; Structural applications; Mathematical models; Microstructure; Solid solutions; Phase transitions
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01 Sep 2013