Advanced Computational Materials Modeling: From Classical to Multi-Scale Techniques (Google eBook)
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 22, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 445 pages
With its discussion of strategies for modeling complex materials using new numerical techniques, mainly those based on the finite element method, this monograph covers a range of topics including computational plasticity, multi-scale formulations, optimization and parameter identification, damage mechanics and nonlinear finite elements.
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From Classical to MultiScale Techniques
Computational Homogenization for Localization and Damage
A Mixed Optimization Approach for Parameter Identiﬁcation Applied
Semisolid Metallic Alloys Constitutive Modeling for the Simulation
Modeling of Powder Forming Processes Application of
algorithm alloys analysis Applied Mechanics behavior computational homogenization conﬁguration constitutive equation constitutive model continuum crack damage model deﬁned deﬁnition deformation gradient density deviatoric displacement ductile effective thermal conductivity elastic elastoplastic equilibrium Eulerian evolution FGPUT ﬁeld ﬁnal ﬁrst ﬁrst-order ﬂow formulation fracture function Gauss points graded piezoelectric Gurson hardening increment inﬂuence integration interface International Journal isotropic Journal for Numerical Khoei kinematic Lagrangian linear liquid fraction loading localization band macroscale macroscopic material parameters matrix mesh mesoscopic mesostructural metal Methods in Applied Methods in Engineering microstructure multiscale node nonlinear nonlocal nucleation Numerical Methods obtained optimization phase plastic strain powder problem properties scale transition Section semisolid shear rate shown in Figure simulation solid solid mechanics solution speciﬁc strain tensor stress tensor structure tangent technique temperature theory thermal conductivity thixotropic transducers unit cell variables vector viscosity void yield stress yield surface