Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China
JOURNAL OF RAILWAY SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
|Vol. 16 No. 1 February 2006|
using microscopic phase-field method
（Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University,
Xi’an 710072, China）
Abstract:The evolution of ordered interphase boundary (IPB) of Ni75AlxV25-x alloys was simulated using the microscopic phase-field method. Based on the atomic occupation probability figure on 2D and order parameters, it was found that the IPB formed by different directions ofθ phase has great effect on the precipitation of phase. The phase precipitated at the IPB that is formed by direction where the plane is opposite, and then grows up and the shape is strap at final. The IPB structure between phase andθ phase is the same. There is no phase precipitate at the IPB where the and planes are opposite, the ordered IPB is dissolved into disordered area. There is phase precipitation at the IPB formed by the and directions, and the IPB structure is different between phase and the different directions ofθ phase. The IPB where and plane opposite does not migrate during the phase growth, and phase grows along direction.
Key words: Ni75AlxV25-x alloy; microscopic phase-field method; ordered interphase boundary; simulation