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01-04-2014 | Communication | Issue 4/2014

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 4/2014

On Asymmetric Diffusional Solidification During Transient Liquid Phase Bonding

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A. Ghobadi Bigvand, Olanrewaju A. Ojo
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Manuscript submitted July 26, 2013.

Abstract

The underlying cause of asymmetric diffusion solidification which alters microstructure during transient liquid phase bonding under low temperature gradient was studied. A new solute-conserving asymmetric numerical model coupled with experimental verification showed that a transition from bi-directional to unidirectional solidification, under a constant temperature gradient, is controlled by competition between liquid and solid-state diffusion at one of the two liquid–solid interfaces. This mechanistic understanding would aid a more effective use of the process.

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