Integral Materials Modeling: Towards Physics-Based Through-Process Models

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G. Gottstein
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 9, 2007 - Science - 295 pages
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Adopting a holistic approach to materials simulation, this monograph covers four very important structural materials: aluminum, carbon steels, superalloys, and plastics. Following an introduction to the concept of integral modeling, the book goes on to cover a wide range of production steps and usage, including melt flow and solidification behavior, coating, shaping, thermal treatment, deep drawing, hardness and ductility, damage initiation, and deformation behavior.
  

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Contents

From Casting to Cup Drawing
17
Modeling the Process Chain of Steels
33
Status of ThroughProcess Simulation for Coated Gas Turbine Components
49
Deformation Behavior of a Plastic Pipe Fitting TP C9
63
Modeling of Flow Processes During Solidification TP A1
75
Microstructure Modeling During Solidification of Castings TP A2
87
Coating of Turbine Blades TP A3
103
Hot and Cold Rolling of Aluminum Sheet TP B1
125
Simulation of Stress Response to Cyclic Thermal Loading in Thermal
169
ThroughProcess Multiscale Models for the Prediction of Recrystallization
181
Analytic Interatomic Potentials for AtomicScale Simulations of Metals
197
Selected Problems of PhaseField Modeling in Materials Science
207
Prediction of Microstructure and Microporosity Development
219
Enhanced 3D Injection Molding Simulation by Implementing Applied
233
Modeling Shearing of gO in NiBased Superalloys
243
Minimal Free Energy Density of Annealed Polycrystals
253

Modeling of the Hot Rolling Process of a C45 Steel TP B1
139
Simulation of Phase Changes During Thermal Treatments of Various
149
Deep Drawing Properties of Aluminum Sheet TP C6
161
Evolution of Microstructure
275
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Professor Gottstein is the Head of the Institute of Physical Metallurgy and Metal Physics of the Rhineland-Westphalian Technical University of Aachen, Germany. Having obtained his academic degrees from RWTH, he worked for altogether nine years in the USA, as a Visiting Scientist in the Argonne National Laboratory, Associate Professor and then as a Professor at Michigan State University. In 1989 he took up his present appointment at RWTH.
Professor Gottstein has authored ten textbooks, more than 450 articles and 42 invited papers for international conferences. He has received numerous scientific awards, including the Max Planck Research Award of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the Masing Award of the German Metallurgical Society and the Heyn Medal of the German Materials Society. Since January 2004 he is an editor of the scientific journal Acta Materialia.

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