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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Modeling and Simulation of Composite Materials
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Composite Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Rakesh K. Behera, New York University
Dinesh Pinisetty, CSU Maritime Academy
Dung Dinh Luong, Nyu
Scope Computational methods are employed to investigate the response of composite materials under different loading and environmental conditions. Progresses in micro- and nano-scale composites have resulted in developing a number of computational methods to address various length-scale phenomena in composites. This symposium will highlight modeling and simulation currently used in advancing the understanding of the complex interactions and structure-property relationship in composite materials by:
• ab-initio methods
• Atomistic methods
• Mesoscale simulations
• Finite element methods
• Multi-scale modeling
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

A Generalized Nature-Inspired Optimization Method: Additively Manufactured Materials with Superior Mechanical Performance
A Simplified Composite Material Model to Evaluate Strip Twist/Warpage Mechanism and Major Factors in the Flip-chip Packaging Reflow Process
Accounting for Slip Localization at the Grain Scale in Polycrystal Homogenization Applied to FCC Metals and Alloys
Application of UMAT in Abaqus on Short Fiber Composite Mechanics
Atomic-scale Structure and Stability of Dopant-defect Complexes at Misfit Dislocations in Complex Oxide Heterostructures
Atomic Structure and Solute Segregation at Semi-coherent Metal/Oxide Interfaces
Atomistic Simulation Studies of the Sulphide Minerals with the Pentlandite Structure.
Atomistic to Continuum Modeling of Metalized Polyvinylidene Fluoride with Aluminum Nanoparticles
Bending Properties of Bio-inspired Nanocomposites
Dispersion Corrected Density Functional Theory Studies on PVDF/Hydrated Aluminium Nitrate Composite System
First-principles Investigation on Mn Segregation at Ferrite-cementite Interface
Graph Theoretic Analyses of Fiber-scale Data to Determine Defect Strength of Transversely Loaded Fiber-reinforced Composites.
Heat Transfer in Lamellar Phase Change Material Composite Heatsinks
Hybrid Nanocomposite Bio-Inspired from Bone
Interface Control of Material Functionality
Mesoscopic Model of Free Surface in a Continuous Casting Mould
Microstructure Design Tool to Optimize the Thermal Conductivity of Composite Structures
Modeling Composites and Microstructure Evolution with MOOSE/MARMOT in Nuclear Materials
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Structure and Transport Properties of xKF-yNaF-zAlF3
Monte Carlo Simulation for Clustering Behavior between Interstitial and Substitutional Elements in Iron
Multi-scale Analysis for Predicting High-temperature Oxidation in Carbon/Carbon Ceramic Composites
Multiscale Modeling of Graphene Nanobubbles
Multiscale Modeling of the Elasto-plastic Behavior of Architectured and Nanostructured Cu-Nb Composite Wires and Comparison with Neutron Diffraction Experiments
Multiscale Modeling of Transition Metal-chemically Modified Graphene Based Nanocomposites
Multiscale Synergistic Damage Mechanics Methodology for Predicting Progressive Failure in Composite Structures
Novel Stress-assisted Structural Transformation in Mo/Cu and Plasticity Enhancement Bicontinuous Intertwined Materials
Phase Field Damage Modeling of Mechanical Degradation in Polymer Composites under Hydro-thermomechanical Loading Conditions
Surface Stress Driven Bending of Nanoscale Composite Plates
Transient Heat Transfer in Phase Change Material Composites
Unraveling the Dynamic Toughening Mechanisms of Bioinspired Composites under Extreme Loading Conditions
Unraveling the Mechanisms of Nanostructural Self-assembly in Physical Vapor-deposited Immiscible Alloy Films

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