Stress effects in kinetics of intermetallic growth

L. N. Paritskaya, V. V. Bogdanov, Yu S. Kaganovskii

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The kinetics of intermetallic growth in the Cd-Ni system with high value of volume dilatation ΔV/V0 was studied depending on applied hydrostatic pressure in the range 0.1-50 MPa. Non-monotonic pressure dependence of the phase growth rate was found and described as a result of stress generation and relaxation effects. From the kinetics of intermetallic growth under various low pressures the interdiffusion coefficients D̃ and kinetic coefficients β were calculated. Real stresses inside the growing intermetallic and at the interfaces were evaluated as 30 and 10 MPa, respectively.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)35-40
Number of pages6
JournalDefect and Diffusion Forum
StatePublished - 2003


  • External hydrostatic pressure
  • Intermetallic growth kinetics
  • Stress generation and relaxation effects
  • Volume dilatation


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