|About this Abstract
||7th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME 2023)
||Model-based Material and Process Definition Application to Aerospace Component Design and Lifing
||Vasisht Venkatesh, Stephen Barker, Ryan Noraas, Michael McClure, Jean-Philippe Thomas, Sergei Burlatsky, David Furrer
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Traditional approaches to define materials and associated manufacturing processes have been successful for many decades. These approaches rely on large quantities of experimental data to assess material properties, sensitivity to manufacturing processing paths, and potential sources for variation. As materials, processes and component designs are more exacting relative to definition of capabilities a new approach as part of integrated computational materials engineering has been established and successfully demonstrated with a range of materials and processes. The ability to predict component location-specific properties as a function of manufacturing path and operational utilization enables enhanced capability to predict component damage accumulation and life. The framework for model-based material and process definitions will be reviewed along with examples of how it can augment and greatly improve the traditional approaches based simply on empirical testing to establish critical material design curves.