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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Computational Methods for Uncertainty Quantification, Model Validation, and Stochastic Predictions
Presentation Title Development of the ReaxFF Force Field for Complex Materials and Interfaces
Author(s) Adri van Duin, Weiwei Zhang, Yun-Kyung Shin, Sungwook Hong, Jejoon Yeon, Metin Aktulga
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Adri van Duin
Abstract Scope The ReaxFF method provides a highly transferable simulation method for atomistic scale simulations on chemical reactions at the nanosecond and nanometer scale. It combines concepts of bond-order based potentials with a polarizable charge distribution. Since it initial development for hydrocarbons in 2001, we have found that this concept is transferable to applications to elements all across the periodic table, including all first row elements, metals, ceramics and ionic materials. This presentation will describe the current concepts of the ReaxFF method, the current status of the various ReaxFF codes, including parallel implementations. Also, we will present and overview of recent efforts to improve its quality for aqueous-phase systems and biopolymers (proteins/DNA) and will discuss ongoing efforts to improve the accessibility and efficiency of the ReaxFF force field development procedure.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: A print-only volume

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Atomistic Study of Carbon Nanotubes: Effect of Cut-off Distance
Bayesian Calibration of a Physical Model for Plastic Flow Behavior of TRIP Steels
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Computational Simulation and Physical Validation of Welded Aluminum Structures
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Database Optimization for Empirical Interatomic Potentials
Density-Functional Theory Energy Density Method: Extracting Information and Identifying Finite-size Errors
Density Functional Theory and Prediction of Energy Storage Materials Properties
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Effect of K-point Convergence on Derived Properties for Pure Crystals
Elasticity Size Effects in ZnO Nanowires and Subjective Definitions of Cross-sectional Area: An Overlooked Source of Uncertainty
Evaluation of Phase-Field Models Through Stochastic Quantification of Microstructure and Data Analytics
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Functional Uncertainty Quantification for Multi-fidelity and Multi-scale Simulations
Grain Deformation in a Cast Ni Superalloy: Comparing Experimental and Modelling Results
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Materials and Data Development for Airframes
Microstructure-Uncertainty Propagation in Sheet Metal Forming FE-Simulations
Multiscale Modeling of with Quantified Uncertainties and Cloud Computing: Towards Computational Materials Design
Probabilistic Homogenization of Crystal Plasticity Modeling for Ti Alloys
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Quantifying Model-Form Uncertainty in Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Searching Transition States under Model-Form Uncertainty in Density Functional Theory Simulation
Uncertainty Propagation in a Computational Fatigue Model of an Airframe Structure
Uncertainty Quantification Algorithms for Large-scale Systems
Uncertainty Quantification and Propagation for Validation of a Microstructure Sensitive Model for Prediction of Fatigue Crack Initiation
Understanding the Effect of Experimental Uncertainty on the Multistage Fatigue Model
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