|About this Abstract
|MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
|Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing
|K-2: Data Transfer Methods in the Coupled Random Cellular Automata Finite Element Model of Dynamic Recrystallisation
|Mateusz Sitko, Kacper Pawlikowski, Lukasz Madej
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Numerical modeling can give insight into the microstructure evolution under hot forming conditions. Cellular automata (CA) is a commonly used full-field method to simulate changes in microstructure morphology during different metal-forming processes. However, the CA method has some limitations related to computational domain geometry changes at high-temperature forming conditions. The use of random cellular automata (RCA) allows for a more realistic representation of this phenomenon. However, in this case, the RCA must be fully coupled with the finite element mesh. The main goal of the current work is to develop data transfer approaches between the two mentioned coupled model components.