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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Materials Innovation
Presentation Title Model-Based Materials Definitions for Design and Structural Analysis
Author(s) David Furrer
On-Site Speaker (Planned) David Furrer
Abstract Scope Materials definitions are critical elements of ALL engineering functions, especially design, structural analysis and quality. Current methods of defining materials are substantially based on empirical testing approaches and require a categorization of materials into a single material entity, often defined by a specification. The current use of material specifications results in static definitions that provide the worst of the worst property capabilities for all of the materials deemed equivalent. Use of model-based tools for enhanced definition of materials can eliminate arbitrary categorization of materials and the very limiting minimum property capability limits. Model-based material definitions, though complicated offers an immense potential for advancing material applications, and component and system capabilities. The elements of a model-based material definition will be reviewed.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided


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