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A Discussion of Non-Constant Creep Activation Energy

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Journal of Material Science & Engineering, Volume: 06, Issue: 05

Swansea University Author: Mark Whittaker Orcid Logo

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This paper explores the concept of creep activation energy, comparing the currently used Arrhenius equation to an outcome of the using Gibbs free energy. The consequence of these differing approaches is illustrated using large datasets. By examining the fundamental approach to creep activation energ...

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ISSN: 2169-0022 2169-0022
Published: OMICS Publishing Group 2017
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description This paper explores the concept of creep activation energy, comparing the currently used Arrhenius equation to an outcome of the using Gibbs free energy. The consequence of these differing approaches is illustrated using large datasets. By examining the fundamental approach to creep activation energy, this article highlights potential advances in the field of creep in terms of activation energy, modelling, region splitting and mechanism mapping.
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