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Innovative Lightweight and High Strength Alloys: Multiscale Integrated Processing, Experimental, and Modeling Techniques provides multiscale processing, experimental, and modeling techniques, overviews and perspectives, which highlight current roadblocks to the optimal design of new alloys, and provides viable solutions. Critical microstructural, chemical and mechanical aspects are considered with techniques for significantly improving mechanical properties. Case studies, applications and hands-on techniques that can be put into immediate practice are included throughout. Sections cover processing techniques for various alloys, including aluminum, titanium, martensitic, austenitic, and others. Additive manufacturing of alloys is also covered, along with updates on mechanical quasi-static, chemically-based, and dynamic experimentatal approaches.
The book concludes with a modeling section that features several chapters covering multiscale, microstructural, combinatorial computational, and machine learning modeling techniques. It is a key resource for academic researchers, materials researchers, mechanical engineering researchers, and professional engineers in mechanics, materials science, and chemistry.
Process-structure-property models for metal additive manufacturing using AI/ML approaches
An overview on recent processing, metallurgy, and experiments related to microstructure engineering in additive manufacturing
Dislocations in Processing and Material Behavior
Machine Learning Enabled Parametrically Upscaled Constitutive Models for Bridging Length Scales in Ti and Ni Alloys
Data-driven approaches for computational model updating in plasticity, fatigue and fracture of alloys
Twin Transmission and Variant Continuity in Mg Bicyrstals
Experiments for Metals and Alloy Processing
Sample size dependence of mechanical properties in metallic materials
Processing of High Strength Aluminum Alloys
Comparing the effect of Different Parameters on the Fatigue Behavior of Aerospace Aluminum Alloys
Multiscale model-based design of high-strength alloys with reduced hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility
Microstructural Predictions of How Processing and Additive Manufacturing Can Affect the Mechanical Behavior of Inconel Alloys
Breaking Boundaries: Deformation Processing Techniques for the Next Generation of Lightweight and High-Strength Materials
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Innovative Lightweight and High-Strength Alloys
Multiscale Integrated Processing, Experimental, and Modeling Techniques