Manipulation of surface energy anisotropy in iron using surface segregation of phosphorus: An atomistic simulation

Title
Manipulation of surface energy anisotropy in iron using surface segregation of phosphorus: An atomistic simulation
Authors
Won-Seok KoJun Young Park변지영Jae-Kon LeeNack J. KimByeong-Joo Lee
Keywords
Cube texture; Surface segregation; Iron-phosphorous; Monte Carlo simulation; Modified embedded-atom method
Issue Date
2013-03
Publisher
Scripta materialia
Citation
VOL 68, NO 5, 329-332
Abstract
The possibility of developing a {100}<001> cube texture in steel sheets by altering the surface energy by phosphorus segregation has been investigated using atomistic Monte Carlo simulations. It is found that the change in order in the amount of surface energy, from (110) < (100) < (111) to (100) < (111) < (110) surfaces, originates from the anisotropy in the amount of phosphorus segregation. Experimental evidence that supports the theoretical prediction is also demonstrated.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/44670
ISSN
13596462
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