The Steady State for Dendrite Growth with Nonzero Surface Tension
In the last chapter we derived the steady asymptotic solution which we called the RPE solution. However, so far we have not specified the steady state solution itself. How to specify the steady state solution in dendrite growth is an important subject which must be approached with great caution. In the literature, many researchers have looked for the classic, steady needle solution for dendrite growth. Such efforts have not been successful for the case of isotropic surface tension.
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