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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy—Processing, Products and Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology
Jaimie S. Tiley, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Muszka Krzysztof, AGH University of Science and Technology
Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology
Scope The recently observed rapid development of modern metallic materials (e.g., advanced high strength steels for the automotive industry, Ti- and Ni-based alloys for aerospace and nuclear applications, or multilayered, ultrafine-grained and nanostructured materials) is a stimulating factor for the development of sophisticated numerical techniques supporting and extending experimental research. These modern materials are characterized by elevated properties, which are the result of complex, often multiphase microstructures. Therefore, taking into account microstructure morphology explicitly, during numerical modeling, is particularly important.

The main goal of the symposium is the application and development of the new multi scale numerical concepts for structural mechanics to include physics-based and heuristic modeling of material response. Particular focus is on the modelling of microstructure driven deformation and complex behavior mechanisms as well as microstructure impact on the novel, sophisticated structures of metallic materials after, e.g., casting, forming, or 3D printing.

The session is a continuation of a successful mini-symposia organized during the last eleven MS&T conferences.

Abstracts Due 04/15/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings

Crystal Plasticity-based Forming Limit Prediction for Ultra-thin Bipolar Plate for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Crystal Plasticity Modeling of Twin Variant Selection in HCP Magnesium
Enabling Accurate Coarse-grained Atomistic Simulation of Defect Behavior in Random Alloys
Finite Element Simulation of Grain Growth with an Arbitrary Grain Boundary Energy and Explicit Grain Boundary Representation
Hot Deformation Microstructure and Processing Map of Cast Ni-based Superalloy IN-100
Microstructural Evolution from Hot Torsion Tests for Material Modeling and Parameterization
Multi Scale Modeling with Microstructure Characteristics of Martensitic Steel for Rolling Contact Fatigue Life Prediction
Numerical Studies of the Effect of Phase Stability on the Deformation Behavior of FeMnNiCoMo High Entropy Alloy
Sensitivity Analysis, Identification and Validation of the Stochastic Model Describing Evolution of Microstructural Parameters during Hot Forming of Metallic Materials
Study of Near Boundary Gradient Zones in an Aluminum Alloy Using Strain Gradient Crystal Plasticity and Experiments
The Formation of Irradiation Induced Defects in NiTi and their Effects on the Martensitic Transformation
The Role of the Initial Digital Microstructure Generation Algorithm in the Cellular Automata Static Recrystallization Predictions
Using Martensite Crystallography to Determine Transformation: Induced Deformation of Ferrite In Dual-phase Steels

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