Alloying Element Effects on Migrating Interfaces
ALEMI is a response to two scientific/technological driving forces: the first is an increasing emphasis on the modeling of the phase transformations in steels with the object of predicting the microstructural consequences of their processing; the second is a related renewed interest in the fundamentals of alloying element interactions with transformation interfaces. A series of annual informal workshops was initiated with focus on the effects of alloying elements on the growth of ferrite from austenite. The upcoming Alemi meeting will be held at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada, on June 13 and June 14, 2019.
The purpose of this page is to guide the reader through the rich literature on the effect of alloying elements on migrating interfaces. Six topics are briefly reviewed below with references to the key literature.
Contact conditions for gamma to alpha Transformation in Ternary Fe-C-X Part I: Thermodynamic Models
Contact conditions for gamma to alpha Transformation in Ternary Fe-C-X Part II: Kinetic Models
Contact conditions for gamma to alpha Transformation in Ternary Fe-C-X Part III: Other approaches
Interface Chemistry and Structure
Widmanstatten Ferrite and Bainite
- Bainite Controversy - Selected Papers and Presentations