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Title Recent advances in mass transport in engineering materials : special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only / edited by Andreas Öchsner, Irina Belova and Graeme Murch.
Imprint Durnten-Zurich : Trans Tech Publications Ltd, [2013]

Series Diffusion and defect data. Pt. A, Defect and diffusion forum ; volume 333
Diffusion and defect data. Pt. A, Defect and diffusion forum ; v. 333.
Subject Diffusion.
Mass transfer.
Alt Name Öchsner, Andreas,
Belova, Irina,
Murch, G. E.,
Description 1 online resource (viii, 210 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The present topical volume captures a representative cross-section of some of the recent advances in the area of mass transport. Reflecting the enormous breadth of the area, the range of topics covered is accordingly very large. Topics include diffusion in oxides, metals and alloys, membranes, microstructural changes and evolution, self, solute and interdiffusion, and diffusion in grain boundaries. Review from Book News Inc.:Physicists, mathematicians, and other scientists report on recentdevelopments in the study and understanding of mass transport in thefabrication and in-service degradation of engineering materials at scalesfrom the atomic to the macroscopic. The topics include the anisotropy ofhydrogen diffusivity in zinc oxide, calculating diffusion profiles internary systems using effective interdiffusion coefficients of components, magnetically controlled grain boundary migration and microstructureevolution in zinc, the membrane separation of carbon dioxide from naturalgas, and the effect of grain size on the high temperature oxidation behaviorof austenitic stainless steels.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 3038260282 (electronic bk.)
9783038260288 (electronic bk.)
9783037856475 (paperback)
3037856475 (paperback)
OCLC # 861212637
Additional Format Print version: 9783037856475 3037856475

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