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Process modeling starts with finite element or finite difference analysis on materials processing methods. In terms of ICME, the notion is to connect the inputs and outputs of each simulation so as to capture the history effect of the simulation results.
- Additive Manufacturing
- Solidification Modeling
Channel Die Compression
An example of channel die compression using crystal plasticity for an AM30 magnesium alloy.
- Extrusion process modeling using a Computational Fluid Dynamics code
- Extrusion process modeling using a Finite Element code
Powder Metal Compaction
An example of Aluminum rolling and Yield surface simulation (plane strain compression) using the VPSC polycrystal model.
- Tube manufacturing simulator - An interactive application to simulate a tube manufacturing process. The underlying model attempts to predict the tube properties (yield stress, ultimate yield, elongation to failure, hardness), and to estimate the costs (such as material, labor, equipment) at each tube processing stage.
- Friction Stir Welding
- Resistance Spot Welding
ICME Research Proposal to Evaluate Multi-Scale Property Relations for Moisture Absorption of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Bicycle Wheel
- ↑ Felicelli, S., Wang, L., Pita, C., & Obaldia, E.d. (Apr 2009). A Model for Gas Microporosity in Aluminum and Magnesium Alloys. Metallurgical and Material Transactions B, 40(2), 169-181.
- ↑ Ma, Q., Marin, E.B., Antonyraj, A., Hammi, Y., El Kadiri, H., Wang, P.T., and Horstemeyer, M.F., "On predicting the channel die compression behavior of hcp magnesium AM30 using crystal plasticity", TMS 2011 Conference Proceedings, accepted
- ↑ Parkar, A.A., Bouvard, C., Horstemeyer, S.J., Marin, E.B., Wang, P.T., and Horstemeyer, M.F., "Comprehensive thermo-mechanical validation of extrusion simulation cycle for Al 1100 using HyperXtrude", TMS 2011 Conference Proceedings, accepted