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tutorials:t14 [2019/07/31 19:14]
pwarczok [T14: Introduction to precipitation calculations]
tutorials:t14 [2019/08/01 09:50] (current)
pwarczok [The calculation]
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 ''set-simulation-parameter nucleation-density-increase-factor=1,05'' ''set-simulation-parameter nucleation-density-increase-factor=1,05''
    
-Calculate an equilibrium at 600°C in the usual way. Open **'Calc > Precipitate kinetics'** or click on the {{:tutorials:t14:img:icon_kinetics_2.png|}} icon (keyboard shortcut: **'Ctrl + K'**). Enter **'3600'** as the simulation end time. This is in seconds, so is equivalent to 1 hour. Note that in the 'Temperature control' section, an isothermal heat-treatment at 600°C has been selected by default; leave this setting as it is.\\+Open **'Calc > Precipitate kinetics'** or click on the {{:tutorials:t14:img:icon_kinetics_2.png|}} icon (keyboard shortcut: **'Ctrl + K'**). Enter **'3600'** as the simulation end time. This is in seconds, so is equivalent to 1 hour. Note that in the 'Temperature control' section, an isothermal heat-treatment at 600°C has been selected by default; leave this setting as it is.\\
 To give more frequent updates of the graphs on the screen, the **'Update output every'** number can be decreased from 100 to 50. However, this will slow down the calculation somewhat, so it is probably not advisable on slow machines. Leave the other settings as they are, and click on **'Go'**. To give more frequent updates of the graphs on the screen, the **'Update output every'** number can be decreased from 100 to 50. However, this will slow down the calculation somewhat, so it is probably not advisable on slow machines. Leave the other settings as they are, and click on **'Go'**.
    
tutorials/t14.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/01 09:50 by pwarczok