Materialscience – additive of material and technologies

  • 1 Institute of Metal Science, Equipment and Technologies With Hydro- and Aerodynamics Center „Acad. A. Balevski“ Bulgarian academy of sciences Sofia, Bulgaria


This paper proposes the idea of a “small volume” in which to consider complicated processes to create structures in phase transitions of first and second order in the foundry. The small volume is chosen based on the classical theory of crystallization and its use for quantum mechanics. A numerical solution of Stefan-Schwarz’s task was presented by obtaining the temperature field of solidification of a composite cast in a squeeze casting. This little volume we proposed for a good possibility in the direction for a theoretical possibility of hybridization of production and technology.



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