Unidirectional Solidification and the Mullins-Sekerka Instability
Before we begin the study of dendritic growth, it is appropriate to examine a simple case first: the instability of a planar interface in unidirectional solidification. Mullins and Sekerka were the first, in 1963, to perform a systematic analysis of this system. Their linear stability analysis is now called the Mullins-Sekerka instability [2.1].
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