By D. T. J. Hurle (auth.), S. H. Davis, H. E. Huppert, U. Müller, M. G. Worster (eds.)
The section transformation from liquid to strong is a phenomenon valuable to quite a lot of production and common strategies. The presence of section transformation can force convection within the soften throughout the liberation of latent warmth, the rejection of solute, and the swap of density upon freezing. The fluid mechanics itself can playa vital function; the section transformation might be strongly altered by way of convective shipping within the liquid in the course of the amendment of the thermal and solutal atmosphere of the solid-liquid interface; those neighborhood fields keep watch over the freezing features on the interface. The convection should be generated evidently through buoyancy forces coming up from gradients of temperature and focus within the liquid, through density alterations upon freezing, and via thermocapillary and solutocapillary forces on liquid-solid interfaces. The interactive coupling among solidification and convection types the topic of this quantity. Such coupled approaches are major on a wide range of scales. one of the functions of curiosity are the manufacture of unmarried crystals, the processing of surfaces utilizing laser or molecular beams, and the approaches of soldering and welding. One desires to comprehend and expect macrosegregation in castings, delivery and fractionation in geological and geophysical structures, and warmth accumulation in strength redistribution and garage platforms. This quantity includes papers awarded on the NATO complicated examine Workshop on "Interactive Dynamics of Convection and Solidification" held in Chamonix, France, March 8-13, 1992.
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2 Non-Parallel Flows Most flows are not parallel. These range from the von Karman swirl flow generated by the rotation of the crystal to the locally hyperbolic flows present when cellular convection exists at the interface. Brattkus and Davis (1988b,c) studied flows with hyperbolic streamlines directed upon a solidifying interface. These were, respectively, a von Karman swirl flow and stagnation-point flows. We discuss here the simplest of these, two-dimensional stagnation-point flow with (x,z) coordinates corresponding to velocity (u,w).
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Buoyancy is found to localize interfacial disturbances and destabilize the morphological instability. We find that when internal waves that are normally damped are driven by gravity modulation, their interaction with morphological modes is weak and that this stimulated convection does not significantly alter the onset of interfacial instability. Solute buoyancy influences the morphological stability [1) of a solidification front by either altering the depth ofthe disturbance boundary layer or inducing a lateral transport of solute [2).