|About this Abstract
||7th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME 2023)
||PRISMS-Indentation : An Open-source Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Virtual Indentation Module
||Aaron E. Tallman, Mohammadreza Yaghoobi
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
||Aaron E. Tallman
Indentation testing is a convenient and relatively cheap experiment. However, extracting the data from indentation tests requires complex post-processing, often with integrated simulations. Accordingly, the simulation of indentation has become a post-processing routine for indentation tests. Providing a highly efficient, computationally scalable, and open-source platform for indentation simulation provides invaluable machinery for materials design process. An open-source PRISMS-Indentation module is presented here as a multi-scale elasto-plastic virtual indentation framework. The module is implemented as a part of PRISMS-Plasticity software which covers length scales of continuum plasticity and crystal plasticity. The contact problem is handled using active set methods. The efficiency and scaling of the framework are then investigated by simulating a set of indentation problems at different length scales.