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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Building an ICME Infrastructure: Developing Tools that Integrate Across Length and Time Scales to Accelerate Materials Design
Presentation Title TESSRA: A Cloud-based Multiscale Platform for Modern Alloys Design
Author(s) Tarek M. Hatem, Khalil E. ElKhodary, Ahmed A. Ali, Khaled H. Khafagy , AbdelHamid M. Hamdy , Youssef A. Ibrahim , Mohamed Hindy , Amir Abdelmawla
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Tarek M. Hatem
Abstract Scope As the world seeks more advancements, extremely sophisticated and reliable metallic alloys are needed to meet these technological advancements. In order to achieve this goal, the mechanisms of deformation and failure in different alloys needs to be studied, predicted, and tailored. Therefore, distinctive combinations of computational material modeling tools on several scales are used on a cloud-based user friendly platform, namely TESSRA. The proposed platform uses scientific methods and techniques, starting from generating very complex micro/nano-structures of metallic alloys. Further, TESSRA couple these geometries with advanced constitutive models and atomistic simulations to predict various plastic deformation and failure mechanisms caused by the evolution of point/line/plane material defects in metallic alloys. This accurate prediction allows engineers to use the defects to their favor and design better and more reliable steels alloys and structures; significantly enhancing their properties while decreasing cost as a result of limiting need of expensive experimental setups.
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