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The effects of dispersed second phase particles on α-ferrite (α) to austenite (γ) transformation at 1140 K in Fe–C alloy were studied by means of phase field simulation. According to

The effects of dispersed second phase particles on α-ferrite (α) to austenite (γ) transformation at 1140 K in Fe–C alloy were studied by means of phase field simulation. According to the simulated results, it was found that the particle could retard the migration of α/γ interface. Importantly, both the morphology of particles and the interfacial energy of particle/matrix (α or γ) interface affect the magnitude of the retarding effect.

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    Chen, L., Han, Y., Zhou, B., & Gong, J. (2015). Analysis of retarding effect on α to γ transformation in Fe–C alloy by addition of dispersed particles. Progress in Natural Science: Materials International, 25(3), 236-241. doi:10.1016/j.pnsc.2015.05.002

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