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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing
Krzysztof S. Muszka, AGH University of Science and Technology
Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology
Scope Recently observed rapid development of modern materials (e.g. advanced high strength steels for automotive industry, Ti and Ni based alloys for aerospace and nuclear applications, or multilayered, ultrafine-grained and nanostructured materials) is a stimulating factor for development of sophisticated numerical techniques supporting and extending experimental research. For example, the number of new metallic materials developed since the year 2000 has increased in an exponential manner. These modern materials are characterized by elevated properties which are the results of complex microstructures.
One of the numerical solution used to support development of these new materials is a multi scale modelling approach combined with conventional material models as well as models based on digital material representation. Digital representation allows to model microstructure with its specific features like crystallographic orientation, grain boundaries, phase boundaries, voids, inclusions, porous, composite threads etc. taken in an explicit manner. These methods are used to design specifically dedicated microstructures which meet very strict requirements.
The main goal of the symposium is focused on application of the multi scale modelling to simulate microstructure deformation in the a vide range of existing and future industrial problems in the area of processing of metals, composites, ceramics, cements etc.

The contributions on applications of the multi scale methods based on the digital material representation, are invited:

Micro scales analysis methods that are considered:
• Monte Carlo (MC),
• Cellular Automata (CA),
• Molecular Dynamics (MD),
• Molecular Statics (MS)
• Level set methods,
• Crystal plasticity models,
• Crystal plasticity Fast Fourier models,
• Homogenisation methods,
• Others
Macro scales analysis methods that are considered:
• Finite Element Method FEM
• Finite Volume Method FVM
• Boundary Element Method BEM
• Multi grid methods, artificial neural networks (ANN),
• Extended Finite Element Method X-FEM
• Others
Micro-macro analysis methods that can be considered:
• All kind of coupling between micro-macro models e.g. CA-FE, Multi scale X-FEM, BEM-MD, Crystal-plasticity FEM, etc.

Methods for generation of digital microstructures are welcome:
• Voronoi tessellation
• 2D and 3D optical image based microstructures
• 3D tomography based microstructures
• Statistical similar microstructures
• Others

The session is a continuation of successful mini-symposia organized during last six MS&T conferences.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

A Continuum Dislocation Dynamics (CDD) Based Model on the Deformation Behavior of High Entropy Alloys
A Database of Elastic Properties of Biocompatible Ti-alloys Built from First-principles Calculations and CALPHAD Modeling Approach
A Molecular Dynamics Study of Defects Produced by Displacement Cascades in bcc-Fe
Cellular Automata Based Model of Microstructure Evolution during Hot Deformation of HSLA Steel
Identification of the Fracture Model Based on Coupled Cellular Automata Finite Element Approach
Investigation of Neighborhood Effects on Crack Initiation Sites in Different Ti Microstructures.
Microstructural Deformation of High Carbon Steels and Irons
Microstructure as Data: Microstructure Quantification and Analysis for Materials Design
Microstructure Modeling and Finite Element Analysis of Mechanical Properties of Spunlace Composite Laminates
Modeling of Material Processing and Microstructure of Long Product
Modeling the ViscoPlastic Behavior of Commercial Aluminum Alloys as a Function of Recrystallized Grain Fractions and Texture
Multi Scale Modeling of Elastic Deformation of Single Wall Carbon Nanotube (SWCNT) Networks
Phase-field Approach for Three-dimensional Recrystallization and Grain Growth in Ti-Al Alloys Based on Crystal Plasticity Theory
Possibilities of Assessment Of strain Inhomogeneity in Ti Alloys Using Multiscale Modeling Approach
Prediction of Crack Propagation in Single Crystal Material Using Fast Fourier Transform

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