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Semiatin, editors Thermophysical Properties Juan J. Valencia, Concurrent Technologies Corporation Peter N. Quested, National Physical Laboratory ADVANCED COMPUTER SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY is a powerful tool used to understand the critical aspects of heat-transfer and fluidtransport phenomena and their relationships to metallurgical structures and defect formation in metal casting and solidification processes. Computational models are enabling the design and production of more economical and higherquality castings.
Data have been determined in the liquid by levitation, and recent developments with piston dilatometry enable measurements across the liquid/solid region. Using this technique, Blumm and Henderson (Ref 74) and Morrell and Quested (Ref 75) have performed measurements on nickel, aluminum, and cast irons, and typical data for alloys are included in Tables 15 to 18. rT ¼ rRT =ð1 þ DLexp Þ3 (Eq 8) where DLexp is the linear expansion (DLexp = (LT À L0)/L0 = aT) at a temperature, T. Alternatively, the density of a heterogeneous phase mixture (rm) containing a number, n, of phases can be roughly estimated using the empirical relationship: rm ¼ P n 1 (a) LE% = percent of linear expansion.
The excess Gibbs energy is the same as that used for calculating the phase diagram and thermodynamic properties. In this thermodynamic approach, the description of the alloy system must be established before any property of the multicomponent alloy can be calculated. Model parameters for several alloy systems have been determined (Ref 94 to 105). Chemical thermodynamics has been also applied to describe the surface tension of multicomponent diluted solutions (Ref 106). The equations developed using this approach have been demonstrated to be in excellent agreement with the measured values for the industrially important Fe-O-N and Fe-O-S alloy systems (Ref 107, 108).