## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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Schematic growth paths showing (a) the spectrum of growth paths originating in

any time interval, and (b) the average ... describing the geometric evolution of all

particles in the system is defined as the

Schematic growth paths showing (a) the spectrum of growth paths originating in

any time interval, and (b) the average ... describing the geometric evolution of all

particles in the system is defined as the

**growth path envelope**for the system (Fig.Page 268

where G(R, T) is the growth rate (dR/dt) for a particle of size R at time r.f In the

general case, where G is a function of size ... may not be integrated in a closed

form, the functional relation r(R,t) exists, so long as the

exists.

where G(R, T) is the growth rate (dR/dt) for a particle of size R at time r.f In the

general case, where G is a function of size ... may not be integrated in a closed

form, the functional relation r(R,t) exists, so long as the

**growth path envelope**exists.

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The analysis of the impingement process in terms of the nucleation and growth of

/?/? grain boundaries is promising, but has not been tried. C. Broadening the

development ...

The analysis of the impingement process in terms of the nucleation and growth of

/?/? grain boundaries is promising, but has not been tried. C. Broadening the

**Growth Path Envelope**Analysis Two limitations were placed upon thedevelopment ...

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