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Lahiri, Arka and Choudhury, Abhik (2019) Dendrite tip selection during isothermal free growth in multi-component alloys: Marginal stability theories and insights from phase-field simulations. In: COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE, 158 . pp. 209-218.

Lahiri, Arka and Tiwary, Chandrashekhar and Chattopadhyay, Kamanio and Choudhury, Abhik (2017) Eutectic colony formation in systems with interfacial energy anisotropy: A phase field study. In: COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE, 130 . pp. 109-120.

Roy, Arijit and Nani, E S and Lahiri, Arka and Gururajan, M P (2017) Interfacial free energy anisotropy driven faceting of precipitates. In: PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE, 97 (30, A). pp. 2705-2735.

Lahiri, Arka and Choudhury, Abhik (2017) Revisiting Jackson-Hunt calculations: Unified theoretical analysis for generic multi-phase growth in a multi-component system. In: ACTA MATERIALIA, 133 . pp. 316-332.

Lahiri, Arka and Abinandanan, TA and Choudhury, Abhik (2017) Theoretical and Numerical Study of Growth in Multi-Component Alloys. In: METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS A-PHYSICAL METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, 48A (10). pp. 4463-4476.

Lahiri, Arka and Choudhury, Abhik (2017) Theoretical and numerical investigation of diffusive instabilities in multi-component alloys. In: JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH, 459 . pp. 1-12.

Lahiri, Arka and Choudhury, Abhik (2015) Effect of Surface Energy Anisotropy on the Stability of Growth Fronts in Multiphase Alloys. In: TRANSACTIONS OF THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF METALS, 68 (6). pp. 1053-1057.

Lahiri, Arka and Abinandanan, TA and Gururajan, MP and Bhattacharyya, Saswata (2014) Effect of epitaxial strain on phase separation in thin films. In: PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE LETTERS, 94 (11). pp. 702-707.

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