Diffusion Calculator: FCC Dilute Solutes

By Henry Wu1, DANE MORGAN2

1. University of Wisconsin-Madison 2. University of Wisconsin - Madison

This tool calculates the diffusivity of a dilute solute in an FCC lattice with the 5-frequency model.

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Version 1.2 - published on 03 Feb 2016

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Abstract

The diffusivity of a dilute solute in an FCC lattice is calculated using LeClaire and Lidiard's 5-frequency model. Each of the five frequencies (w_i) are specified by a transition energy barrier (E_i) and transition attempt frequency (v_i). The vacancy formation energy and the FCC lattice constant are also required. The output temperature range can also be specified in terms of 1000/T.

References

A. D. LeClaire and A. B.Lidiard, Phil. Mag. 1, 518 (1956)

J. R. Manning, Phys. Rev. 136, A1758 (1964)

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  • Henry Wu; DANE MORGAN (2016), "Diffusion Calculator: FCC Dilute Solutes," https://nanohub.org/resources/diffusionfcc. (DOI: 10.4231/D3R49G99X).

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