Proceedings of the 1st World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME)

  • ID: 1949698
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 270 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In its most advanced form, Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) holistically integrates manufacturing simulation, advanced materials models and component performance analysis. This volume contains thirty–five papers presented at the 1st World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering. Modeling processing–microstructure relationships, modeling microstructure–property relationships, and the role of ICME in graduate and undergraduate education are discussed. Ideal as a primary text for engineering students, this book motivates a wider understanding of the advantages and limitations offered by the various computational (and coordinated experimental) tools of this field.
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Preface ix

Acknowledgements xi

Conference Editors/Organizer s xiii

Modeling Processing–Microstructure Relationships

Correlated Nucleation of Precipitates in Magnesium Alloy WE54 3H. Liu, Y. Gao, Y. Wang, andJ. Nie

From Processing to Properties: Through–Process Modeling of Aluminum Sheet Fabrication 9G. Gottstein, and V. Monies

Advancement in Characterization and Modeling of Boundary Migration during Recrystallization 19D. Jensen, Y. Zhang, A. Godfrey, and N. Moelans

Effect of Pulling Velocity on Dendrite Arm Spacing in Steady–State Directionally Solidified Transparent Organic Alloy by Numerical Simulation 27Y. Shi, Q. Xu, B. Liu, and M. Gong

More Efficient ICME through Materials Informatics and Process Modeling 35B. Gautham, R. Kumar, S. Bothra, G. Mohapatra, N. Kulkarni, and K. Padmanabhan

Multi–Attribut e Integrated Forming–Crush Simulation Optimization Using Internal State Variable Model 43A. Najafi, M. Rais–Rohani, and Y. Hammi

Multiscale Modeling of Polycrystalline Magnetostrictive Alloy Galfenol: Microstructura l Model 57V. Sundararaghava

Numerical Evaluation of Energy Transfer during Surface Mechanical Attrition Treatment 63X. Zhang, J. Lu, and S. Shi

Phase–Field Simulation and Experimental Study of Precipitates in an Al–Si–Mg Alloy 69
Z. Gao, H Liao, K Dong, and Q. Wang

Towards a Virtual Platform for Materials Processing 75G. Schmitz, and U. Prahl

Integrated Modeling of Tundish and Continuous Caster to Meet Quality Requirements of Cast Steels 81A. Kumar Singh, R. Pardeshi, and S. Goyal

Modeling Microstructure–Property Relationships

Microstructure–basde Description of the Deformation of Metals: Theory and Application 89D. Helm, A. Butz, D. Raabe, and P. Gumbsch

Large Scale Finite Element Computations Using Real Grain Microstructure s 99H. Proudhon

Modelling and Measurement of Plastic Deformation and Grain Rotation at the Grain–to–Grani Level 107D. Gonzalez, A. King, J. Quinta da Fonseca, P. Withers, and!. Simonovski

Multi–Time Scaling Image Based Crystal Plasticity FE Models Dwell Fatigue Initiation in Polycrystalline Ti Alloys 113S. Ghosh, andM. Callas

Virtual Mechanical Testing of Composites: From Materials to Components 121J. LLorca, and C. Gonzalez

Design of Multifunctional Material Structures Using Topology Optimization with Feature Control 129J. Guest, and S. Ha

Development of Neural Networks for the Prediction of the Interrelationshpi between Microstructur e and Properties of Ti Alloys 135P. Collins, S. Koduri, D. Huber, B. Welk, and H. Fraser

Characterizing Residual Stresses in Monolithic Silicon–Carbide through the Use of Finite Element Analysis 145B. Munn, and K. Li

Density Functional Theory Based Calculations of Site Occupancy in the Gamma Prime Ni3al Phase of Nickel Based Super Alloys 151J. Du, M. Chaudhari, J. Tiley, and R. Banerjee

Informatics for Mapping Engineering Data 159K. Rajan, and S. Broderick

Microstructura l Property Considerations in the Design of Stainless Steel Articles Case Hardened by Low–Temperatur e Carburization 165J. Rubinski, S. Collins, and P. Williams

Deformation Twin Induced by Multi–strain in Nanocrystalline Copper: Molecular Dynamic Simulation 171K. Chen, S. Shi, andJ. Lu

Nondestructive Evaluation Modeling as an Integrated Component oflCMSE 177J. Blackshire, R. Ko, and M. Chen

Numerical Simulation of Brake Discs of CRH3 High–Speed Trains Based on Ansys 183L. Yu, Y. Jiang, S. Lu, K. Luo, and H. Ru

Modeling and Simulation of Process–Structure–Propeyr tof Magnesium Alloy Casting 189
Z. Han, L. Huo, and B. Liu

The Role of ICME in Graduate and Undergraduate Education, Information Infrastructure, and Success Stories

Teaching Transport Phenomena through Spreadsheet Programming and Numerical Methods 197J. McGuffin–Cawley

History of ICME in the European Aluminium Industry 203J. Hirsch, and K. Karhausen

ICME Success at Timken –The Virtual Fatigue Life Test 211P. Anderson, X. Ai, P. Glaws, andK. Sawamiphakdi

Advances in Computational Tools for Virtual Casting of Aluminum Components 217Q. Wang, P. Jones, Y. Wang, and D. Gerard

Modelling the Process Chain of Microalloyed Case Hardening Steel for Energy Efficient High Temperature Carburising 223U. Prahl, S. Konovalov, T. Henke, S. Benke, M. Bambach, and G. Schmitz

Cyberinfrastructue rSupport for Integrated Computationla Materiasl Engineering 229T. Haupt

Stability of Fe–C Martensite–Effect of Zener–Ordering 235R. Naraghi, and M. Selleby

Unintended Consequences: How Qualification Constrains Innovation 241
Brice

What Barriers Prevent ICME from Becoming Part of the Designer′s Toolbox? 247P. Ret

Author Index 253

Subject Index 255

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