Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME): Advancing Computational and Experimental Methods, Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) for Metals: Concepts and Case Studies, Handbook of Software Solutions for ICME, 統合計算材料工学 (ICME) 特選3冊セット, 9783030405618, 9781119018360, 9783527339020

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Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME): Advancing Computational and Experimental Methods
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) for Metals: Concepts and Case Studies
Handbook of Software Solutions for ICME
統合計算材料工学 (ICME) 特選3冊セット
著者・編者 Ghosh, S. et al.
Horstemeyer, M.F.
Schmitz, G.J. & Orahl, U.
発行元 Springer
Wiley
Wiley-VCH
発行年/月 2020年3月
2018年9月
2016年9月
装丁 Hardcover
ISBN 978-3-030-40561-8
978-1-119-01836-0
978-3-527-33902-0
発送予定 海外倉庫よりお取り寄せ 2-3週間以内に発送致します

Description (Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME): Advancing Computational and Experimental Methods)

This book introduces research advances in Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) that have taken place under the aegis of the AFOSR/AFRL sponsored Center of Excellence on Integrated Materials Modeling (CEIMM) at Johns Hopkins University. Its author team consists of leading researchers in ICME from prominent academic institutions and the Air Force Research Laboratory. The book examines state-of-the-art advances in physics-based, multi-scale, computational-experimental methods and models for structural materials like polymer-matrix composites and metallic alloys. The book emphasizes Ni-based superalloys and epoxy matrix carbon-fiber composites and encompasses atomistic scales, meso-scales of coarse-grained models and discrete dislocations, and micro-scales of poly-phase and polycrystalline microstructures. Other critical phenomena investigated include the relationship between microstructural morphology, crystallography, and mechanisms to the material response at different scales; methods of identifying representative volume elements using microstructure and material characterization, and robust deterministic and probabilistic modeling of deformation and damage.

Encompassing a slate of topics that enable readers to comprehend and approach ICME-related issues involved in predicting material performance and failure, the book is ideal for mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineers, and materials scientists, in in academic, government, and industrial laboratories.

 

Contents:

- Acquisition of 3D Data for Prediction of Monotonic and Cyclic Properties of Superalloys
- Data Structures and Workflows for ICME
- Multi-scale Microstructure and Property-Based Statistically Equivalent RVEs for Modeling Nickel-Based Superalloys
- Microscale Testing and Characterization Techniques for Benchmarking Crystal Plasticity Models at Microstructural Length Scales
- Computational Micromechanics Modeling of Polycrystalline Superalloys: Application to Inconel 718
- Non-deterministic Calibration of Crystal Plasticity Model Parameters
- Local Stress and Damage Response of Polycrystal Materials to Light Shock Loading Conditions via Soft Scale-Coupling
- A Framework for Quantifying Effects of Characterization Error on the Predicted Local Elastic Response in Polycrystalline Materials
- Material Agnostic Data-Driven Framework to Develop Structure-Property Linkages
- Multiscale Modeling of Epoxies and Epoxy-Based Composites
- Microstructural Statistics Informed Boundary Conditions for Statistically Equivalent Representative Volume Elements (SERVEs) of Polydispersed Elastic Composites
- Transverse Failure of Unidirectional Composites: Sensitivity to Interfacial Properties
- Geometric Modeling of Transverse Cracking of Composites
- Challenges in Understanding the Dynamic Behavior of Heterogeneous Materials
- Correction to: Transverse Failure of Unidirectional Composites: Sensitivity to Interfacial Properties

 

Description (Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) for Metals: Concepts and Case Studies)

This highly-anticipated follow-up to Mark F. Horstemeyer’s pedagogical book on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) concepts includes engineering practice case studies related to the analysis, design, and use of structural metal alloys. A welcome supplement to the first book?which includes the theory and methods required for teaching the subject in the classroom?Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) For Metals: Concepts and Case Studies focuses on engineering applications that have occurred in industries demonstrating the ICME methodologies, and aims to catalyze industrial diffusion of ICME technologies throughout the world.

The recent confluence of smaller desktop computers with enhanced computing power coupled with the emergence of physically-based material models has created the clear trend for modeling and simulation in product design, which helped create a need to integrate more knowledge into materials processing and product performance. Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) For Metals: Case Studies educates those seeking that knowledge with chapters covering: Body Centered Cubic Materials; Designing An Interatomic Potential For Fe-C Alloys; Phase-Field Crystal Modeling; Simulating Dislocation Plasticity in BCC Metals by Integrating Fundamental Concepts with Macroscale Models; Steel Powder Metal Modeling; Hexagonal Close Packed Materials; Multiscale Modeling of Pure Nickel; Predicting Constitutive Equations for Materials Design; and more.

‐ Presents case studies that connect modeling and simulation for different materials' processing methods for metal alloys
- Demonstrates several practical engineering problems to encourage industry to employ ICME ideas
- Introduces a new simulation-based design paradigm
- Provides web access to microstructure-sensitive models and experimental database

Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) For Metals: Case Studies is a must-have book for researchers and industry professionals aiming to comprehend and employ ICME in the design and development of new materials.

 

Contents:

1 Definition of ICME

Section I Body-Centered Cubic Materials
2 From Electrons to Atoms: Designing an Interatomic Potential for Fe?C Alloys
3 Phase-Field Crystal Modeling: Integrating Density Functional Theory, Molecular Dynamics, and Phase-FieldModeling
4 Simulating Dislocation Plasticity in BCCMetals by Integrating Fundamental Concepts with Macroscale Models
5 Heat Treatment and Fatigue of a Carburized and Quench Hardened Steel Part
6 Steel Powder Metal Modeling
7 Microstructure-Sensitive, History-Dependent Internal State Variable Plasticity-Damage Model for a Sequential Tubing Process

Section II Hexagonal Close Packed (HCP) Materials
8 Electrons to Phases of Magnesium
9 Multiscale Statistical Study of Twinning in HCP Metals
10 Cast Magnesium Alloy Corvette Engine Cradle
11 Using an Internal State Variable (ISV)?Multistage Fatigue (MSF) Sequential Analysis for the Design of a Cast AZ91 Magnesium Alloy Front-End Automotive Component

Section III Face-Centered Cubic (FCC) Materials
12 Electronic Structures and Materials Properties Calculations of Ni and Ni-Based Superalloys
13 Nickel Powder Metal Modeling Illustrating Atomistic-Continuum Friction Laws
14 Multiscale Modeling of Pure Nickel

Section IV Design of Materials and Structures
15 Predicting Constitutive Equations for Materials Design: A Conceptual Exposition
16 A Computational Method for the Design of Materials Accounting for the Process?Structure?Property? Performance(PSPP) Relationship

Section V Education
17 An Engineering Virtual Organization For CyberDesign (EVOCD): A Cyberinfrastructure for Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME)
18 Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Pedagogy
19 Summary

 

Description (Handbook of Software Solutions for ICME)

As one of the results of an ambitious project, this handbook provides a well-structured directory of globally available software tools in the area of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME).
The compilation covers models, software tools, and numerical methods allowing describing electronic, atomistic, and mesoscopic phenomena, which in their combination determine the microstructure and the properties of materials. It reaches out to simulations of component manufacture comprising primary shaping, forming, joining, coating, heat treatment, and machining processes. Models and tools addressing the in-service behavior like fatigue, corrosion, and eventually recycling complete the compilation.
An introductory overview is provided for each of these different modelling areas highlighting the relevant phenomena and also discussing the current state for the different simulation approaches.
A must-have for researchers, application engineers, and simulation software providers seeking a holistic overview about the current state of the art in a huge variety of modelling topics.
This handbook equally serves as a reference manual for academic and commercial software developers and providers, for industrial users of simulation software, and for decision makers seeking to optimize their production by simulations. In view of its sound introductions into the different fields of materials physics, materials chemistry, materials engineering and materials processing it also serves as a tutorial for students in the emerging discipline of ICME, which requires a broad view on things and at least a basic education in adjacent fields.

 

Contents:

1 Introduction
2 Modeling at the Process and Component Scales
3 Microstructure Modeling
4 Thermodynamics
5 Discrete Models: Down to Atoms and Electrons
6 Effective Properties
7 Numerical Methods
8 Platforms for ICME
9 Future Directions