|About this Abstract
||2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution
||Phase Field Simulations of Microstructural Evolution Using the PRISMS-PF Framework
||David Montiel, Stephen DeWitt, John Allison, Katsuyo Thornton
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
The PRISMS-PF framework is a powerful, massively parallel finite element code for conducting phase-field simulations of microstructural evolution. This framework features a simple interface for solving customizable systems of partial differential equations of the type commonly found in phase-field models. The framework’s performance is enabled by its use of a matrix-free finite element method for explicit time integration, advanced adaptive meshing, and multi-level parallelization. We demonstrate PRISMS-PF adaptability to simulate a wide variety of phenomena; many of which are featured in its 27 pre-built application modules, including recently released modules to simulate corrosion, alloy solidification and static recrystallization. We also introduce new added features to enhance its performance, ease of use, and integration with other computational tools. These features include a new implicit solver, a series of video tutorials and integration scripts with the PRISMS-Plasticity crystal plasticity finite element framework, and the Materials Commons information repository.
||Modeling and Simulation, Phase Transformations, ICME