Volume 7, Issue 3
Multi-Scale Modeling and Numerical Simulation for CVI Process

Yun Bai, Xingye Yue & Qingfeng Zeng

Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 597-612.

Published online: 2010-07

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We consider the multi-scale modeling of the isothermal chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) process for the fabrication of C/SiC composites. We first present a microscopic model in which the preform is regarded as a two-phase porous media described by a dynamic pore-scale node-bond network during the fabrication process. We then develop a macroscopic model by a upscaling procedure based on the homogenization theory.

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We consider the multi-scale modeling of the isothermal chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) process for the fabrication of C/SiC composites. We first present a microscopic model in which the preform is regarded as a two-phase porous media described by a dynamic pore-scale node-bond network during the fabrication process. We then develop a macroscopic model by a upscaling procedure based on the homogenization theory.

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We consider the multi-scale modeling of the isothermal chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) process for the fabrication of C/SiC composites. We first present a microscopic model in which the preform is regarded as a two-phase porous media described by a dynamic pore-scale node-bond network during the fabrication process. We then develop a macroscopic model by a upscaling procedure based on the homogenization theory.

Yun Bai, Xingye Yue & Qingfeng Zeng. (2020). Multi-Scale Modeling and Numerical Simulation for CVI Process. Communications in Computational Physics. 7 (3). 597-612. doi:10.4208/cicp.2009.09.025
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