Science of Sintering 2009 Volume 41, Issue 3, Pages: 293-301
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Thermodynamics of the formation of mesostructures in nanodispersed composite materials
Two models of the formation of mesostructures in nanodispersed composite materials are considered. According to the first model, a mesoelement is formed of coarsely dispersed compositions as an inclusion in a nanodispersed composite body. The second model considers a mesoelement being formed from nanoparticles as an inclusion in the volume of a coarsely dispersed composite body. Depending on the class of composite materials used to produce mesoelements and a composite body, their composition and structure are defined by the liquid phase migration (or absence of the migration) as well as diffusion flows of the components.
Keywords: thermodynamics, mesostructure, nanodispersed composite material
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