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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy — Processing, Products & Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology
Krzysztof S. Muszka, AGH University of Science and Technology
Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology
Scope The recently observed rapid development of modern metallic materials (e.g., advanced high strength steels for the automotive industry, Ti- and Ni-based alloys for aerospace and nuclear applications, or multilayered, ultrafine-grained and nanostructured materials) is a stimulating factor for the development of sophisticated numerical techniques supporting and extending experimental research. These modern materials are characterized by elevated properties, which are the result of complex, often multiphase microstructures. Therefore, taking into account microstructure morphology explicitly, during numerical modeling, is particularly important.

The main goal of the symposium is the application and development of the new multi scale numerical concepts for structural mechanics to include physics-based and heuristic modeling of material response. Particular focus is on the modelling of microstructure driven deformation and complex behavior mechanisms as well as microstructure impact on the novel, sophisticated structures of metallic materials after, e.g., casting, forming, or 3D printing.
The session is a continuation of a successful mini-symposia organized during the last 13 MS&T conferences.

Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

A New Die Design for the Constrained Groove Pressing Process to Achieve Homogeneity and Uniform Properties
An Experimental and Modeling Study of Vacancy Diffusion Creep and Segregation in Multicomponent Alloys
Fine-tuning Superelastic Behavior of NiTi SMAs via Nanoscale Concentration Modulation Created by Ni4Ti3 Nanoprecipitate Dissolution
K-2: Data Transfer Methods in the Coupled Random Cellular Automata Finite Element Model of Dynamic Recrystallisation
K-5: Assessment of the Elastic Properties of FeMnNiCoMo System Based on the Nanoindentation Measurements and Molecular Dynamic Simulations
Modeling Microstructure Evolution for Solidification During Additive Manufacturing Using Cellular Automata

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