|About this Abstract
||7th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME 2023)
||PRISMS-PF: An Open-source High-performance Phase-field Modeling Framework
||David Montiel, Vishwas Goel, Mohammadreza Yaghoobi, John Allison, Katsuyo Thornton
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
PRISMS-PF is an open-source, high-performance framework for phase-field simulations of microstructure evolution. It contains over 30 built-in applications to simulate a variety of phenomena, from microgalvanic corrosion to precipitate growth. We present an overview of the framework, including the latest developments in performance, flexibility and ease of use, with emphasis on the latest efforts to integrate PRISMS-PF with other computational frameworks of the PRISMS Center. The first of these is the ongoing work towards integration with PRISMS-Plasticity for coupled modeling of processes such as twin morphology evolution, and static and dynamic recrystallization. The second is the effort towards streamlining integration with the CASM (Cluster Approach to Statistical Mechanics) framework for automated capturing of input physical parameters required by phase-field simulations. Finally, we discuss the latest tools for metadata generation and simulation data storage and organization within the Materials Commons information repository and collaboration platform.