CME 8373 Student Contributions(Spring 2015)
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To demonstrate your understanding of the cyberinfrastructure and ICME you must complete a total of five (5) contributions to the ICME site as well as add a page related to the topic you have chosen to investigate using ICME methods. As you complete each of these contributions remember to categorize each page you create as well as link that page to the appropriate length scale for the material and/or material model that you are working with.
Once you have obtained your login credentials and are able to edit pages you should visit the Editing ICME page to better understand the methods for creating and editing pages required for your contributions. Another helpful tip is to click on the Edit tab at the top of the page or in a particular section to view how others have formatted pages and sections.
Maintaining the format from previous classes, there are "Student #" sections available that are to be claimed by the student. You will place a brief description and any relevant links for each of your contributions in the "Student #" section you choose. Email the "Student #" you have chosen to Shane Brauer. DO NOT list your name on this page!
Details for each contribution to be made are given in the subsequent sections. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST WEEK OF CLASS TO COMPLETE THESE!!
Add a page or pages to the site related to an area of research that you are an expert in.
An example for this contribution is experimental testing of a metal using an Instron machine. In this example the page for Instron testing machines was first created then populated with information pertaining to several of their machines. Next, several machines housed at CAVS were listed and briefly described. After creating those sections cross-linking was performed to ensure that people looking for equipment at CAVS were directed to the correct page. A section for performing compression tests was then created to briefly describe the setup and execution of a single test. The last item addressed was categorizing the page created. Categorizing pages is an additional step that helps identify other pages that may be of interest to someone, but do not have a direct association with the page they are currently on.
The following excerpt was used for completing the experimental method of compression tests.
Here you would describe the methodology for testing the material as well as the Instron machine. * Are you using cylindrical samples? * Compression or tension? * Why should you use an extensometer? * Do you have images to contribute to this section (say an image of the machine or the setup of the test)?
There are several other contributions that could be made on this example page just related to testing a metal.
Subjects that could use attention:
- Testing machinery available at CAVS -- What is it? Why/how is it used?
- Experimental methods for those machines -- Compression, tension, torsion, etc.; Metals, polymers, biomaterials, etc.;
- Experimental techniques for viewing and quantifying microstructures -- Mounting, polishing, etching, etc.
- Examples for running simulations
- Tutorials for quantifying microstructures -- There are various softwares used for this. (e.g. Using ImageJ to find the grain size, void size, volume fractions, etc.). A tutorial can come in the form of a written tutorial or video tutorial.
There are countless other areas that are related to your research that have yet to make their way onto the ICME site. Remember that although some of these subjects may seem trivial to you, others may not find them so simple, and for that reason it is extremely important to be thorough in describing the machines, methods, etc. that you are contributing too.
To improve the robustness of the ICME website you will be tasked with cross-linking and categorizing pages that have already been populated. You are to find a minimum of two (2) pages that need to be cross-linked and/or categorized appropriately. Once you have completed your contribution list the pages that were updated along with the specific corrections that you made. Cross-linking of pages will take place in a similar fashion as discussed in Contribution 1. Proper categorization is defined as having a minimum of three (3) categories to describe a page.
Keep in mind the saying "all roads lead to Rome" for this contribution as you are browsing the site i.e. Macroscale experiments, models, data, etc. should all be accessible from the Macroscale category page and should link back to the appropriate Macroscale page.
This site is accessed from all over the world directly and indirectly. These people may come to a dead-end page that has no categories nor links to additional pages, which could turn them away from continued use of the ICME site. We can prevent that from happening by adding the appropriate categories and cross-linking.
Excellent places to start are dead-end pages and uncategorized pages. These pages do not link to other pages on the site and are typically not categorized (note that some of these pages are spam and can be ignored).
Each student will add stress-strain data pertaining to a material of their choice.
A few suggestions for data you should be searching for are (but are not limited to):
- Compression, Tension, and Torsion
- Various strain rates (i.e. 10-3 s-1, 10-1 s-1, and 103 s-1)
- Various temperatures (i.e. 4140 steel tested at 293 K and 600 K)
You will then create a single page for the material you have chosen, and upload all of the data you have gathered to the created page. Please give a brief description of each figure as well as the reference from which the figure was obtained.
The following list of materials is first-come, first-serve. Once you have chosen your material place your "Student #" next to that material in the table.
|Material||Student #||Material||Student #|
|301 SS||Student 7||316 SS||Student 17|
|440 SS||Dual Phase (DP) Steel||Student 1|
|Transformation Induced Plasticity (TRIP) Steels||Twinning Induced Plasticity (TWIP) Steels||Student 5|
|AZ61||Student 3||ZE20||Student 3|
|Al 2024-T3||Student 10||Al 2024-T6||Student 2|
|Al 6063-T6||Al 7150-T7751||Student 4|
|Al 7475-T7351||Student 21||Nodular Cast Iron||Student 6|
|White Cast Iron||IF Steel|
|1010 Steel||3140 Steel|
|4130 Steel||Student 11||4140 Steel||Student 8|
|B-1900 Ni||Student 12||Inconel 713C||Student 15|
|Inconel 600||Student 14||MA 6000 Ni|
Each student will add a fatigue-life curve for the material they have chosen in the previous contribution. If a fatigue-life curve does not exist for the material previously chosen then choose a second material for this contribution. You will upload this figure to the same page created for Contribution 3, and give a brief description of the figure. Include the reference from which you obtained this figure.
Add a journal article that you have authored or co-authored to the site. Use the format demonstrated by Dr. Tschopp for completing this contribution.
If you have not authored or co-authored a journal article, contact Shane Brauer for an article that you can use.
ICME Slide/Lit Review
Along with the five (5) previous contributions you are to create a page that includes the slide pertaining to the ICME topic you chose and a summarized description of your literature review. This page should reflect any comments/criticism that you received for your slide as well as your literature review. Excellent examples are found here and here.
Contribution 1: Rigaku SmartLab X-ray Diffraction System Tutorial
Contribution 2: Cross linking for ICME overview for Paddlefish Rostrum
1. Add Category to Page - "Macroscale" 2. Add Category to Page - "Mesoscale" 3. Add Category to Page - "Microscale" 4. Add Category to Page - "Nanoscale" 5. Add Category to Page - "Electronic Scale" 6. Add Category to Page - "Biomaterials" 7. Cross Link - "electronic scale" to "Category:Electronic Scale" 8. Cross Link - "atomistic scale" to "Category:Nanoscale" 9. Cross Link - "microscale" to "Category:Microscale" 10. Cross Link - "mesoscale" to "Category:Mesoscale" 11. Cross Link - "macroscale" to "Category:Macroscale" 12. Cross Link - "Dislocation Mobility" - Dislocation Mobility ICME page 13. External Link - "Density Functional Theory" - wikipedia.org
Contribution 3: Dual Phase (DP) *** Steel: Stress-Strain data in Tension, Compression and Torsion
Contribution 4: Dual Phase (DP) *** Steel: Fatigue Life data
Contribution 5: Journal Article: Three-point bending behavior of a ZEK100 Mg alloy at room temperature
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Multistage Modeling of Zn Coated Steel
Contribution 1: MTEX Tutorial
Contribution 2: Cross linking pages for Sheet Forming
1. Cross Link - "aluminum" to "Category:Aluminum" 2. Cross Link - "copper" to "Category:Copper" 3. Cross Link - "steel" to "Category:Steel" 4. Cross Link - "nickel" to "Category:Nickel" 5. Cross Link - "titanium" to "Category:Titanium" 6. Cross Link - "iron" to "Category:Iron" 7. Cross Link - "304" to "304L SS alloy" 8. External Link - 304 SS properties - matweb.com 9. External Link - 316 SS properties - matweb.com 10. External Link - 410 SS properties - matweb.com 11. Cross Link - "1100-H14" to "SSC Aluminum: Al 1100 alloy" 12. External Link - Al 1100-H14 properties - matweb.com 13. External Link - Al 3003-H14 properties - matweb.com 14. External Link - Al 5052-H32 properties - matweb.com 15. Cross Link - "6061-T6" to " SSC Aluminum: Al 6061-T651 alloy" 16. External Link - Al 6061-T6 properties - matweb.com 17. External Link - "Curling(metalworking)" wikipedia.org 18. External Link - "Decambering" wikipedia.org 19. External Link - "Drawing (manufacturing)" wikipedia.org 20. External Link - "Sheet Metal - Expanding" wikipedia.org 21. External Link - "Incremental sheet forming" wikipedia.org 22. External Link - "Sheet Metal - Press brake forming" wikipedia.org 23. External Link - "Punching" wikipedia.org 24. External Link - "Roll forming" wikipedia.org 25. External Link - "Metal Spinning" wikipedia.org 26. External Link - "Stamping (metalworking)" wikipedia.org
Contribution 3: Al 2024-T6 Stress-Strain Data
Contribution 4: 4130 Steel Fatigue Life Data
Contribution 5: Void Growth and Interaction Experiments
Contribution 1: Scanning Electron Microscopy
Contribution 2: Cross-linked Metals page to Equipment and Characterization to equipment
Contribution 3: ZE20: Stress-Strain data in Tension, Compression and Torsion
Contribution 4: AZ61: Fatigue Life data
Contribution 5: Journal Article: Twin-like domains and fracture in deformed magnesium
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Multiscale Modeling of ZE20 Mg Extrusion Alloy
Contribution 1: Helmholtz Energy Equations of State
Contribution 2: Categorized
Contribution 3: Al 7150-T7751 Stress-Strain Data
Contribution 4: Al 7150-T7751 Fatigue Life Data
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Multiscale Modeling of Pressure Vessel Failure
Contribution 1: Phase Field Modeling
Contribution 2: Cross-link pages
- MDDP Post Processing page: Added Category "Dislocation Dynamics", "MDDP", and "Microscale"
- Mesoscale page: linked "Phase Field Modeling" to Phase Field Modeling page
- Mesoscale page: Linked "FCC", "BCC", and "HCP" to their respective pages
- Powder Metallurgy page: Added category "Metals"
- Metals page: Added category "Material Models"
- Material Models page: Linked Thermoplastics section to "Thermoplastic Models" page
Contribution 3: Stress-Strain Plot for TWIP steels
Contribution 4: Fatigue-life Plot for TWIP steels
Contribution 5: Void growth and coalescence in single crystal nickel
ICME Slide/Lit Review: ICME Overview of Tetragonal Zirconia Polycrystals (TZP)
Contribution 1: LAMMPS reactive deformation of a single polyethylene chain
- Categorized: Amorphous Polymer Generator
Contribution 3: Stress-strain data for Nodular Cast Iron
Contribution 4: Fatigue stress-life data for Nodular Cast Iron
Contribution 5: Geometric effects on stress wave propogation
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Multiscale Modeling of the Fracture Behavior in Semicrystaline Polymers
Contribution 1: Post-processing with Tecplot
Contribution 2: Categorized: MATLAB Basics , MATLAB Basics 2, MATLAB Import Data, MATLAB Export Data, Corrosion Behaviour of Extruded AM30 Magnesium Alloy
Contribution 3: Stress-strain data for 301 SS
Contribution 4: Fatigue stress-life data for 301 SS
Contribution 5: Journal Article: Modeling stress state dependent damage evolution in a cast Al-Si-Mg aluminum alloy
ICME Proposal: ICME overview of shear thickening fluids in body armor
Contribution 1: Element deletion in Abaqus
Contribution 2: Cross-link/categorize pages
Contribution 3: Stress-strain data for 4140 Steel
Contribution 4: Fatigue-life curves for 4140 Steel
Contribution 5: Torsion/Simple Shear of Single Crystal Copper
ICME Topic Proposal: Modeling a projectile penetrating a steel plate
- Contribution 2
- Contribution 5
- Stochastic uncertainty analysis of damage evolution computed through microstructure-property relations
- Literature Review Report
- Modeling the Orbital Evolution of the Moon-Earth System
Contribution 1: Construction & Utilization of a Beowulf Cluster or a High-Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) as we call them now. This is a little dated, from the early days of LINUX clusters. I helped bring the first cluster to Stennis Space Center in 2000. Moore's Law works for HPCCs. One compute node on the cluster we have today has more computing power than the entire 50 node cluster from 2000 (and the cost for nodes today is of the same order of magnitude as it was in 2000).
a) Added Category Aeroacoustics
b) Added Category Validation
c) Added External Link to Wikipedia Article on Aeroacoustics.
d) Added External Link to "NASA STANDARD FOR MODELS AND SIMULATIONS"
e) Linked categories Aluminum, Fatigue, Materials, and Metals to Aluminum 2024-T3 Stress-Strain and Fatigue Life Data
f) Linked categories Aeroacoustics, Validation, and Research Paper to Aero-Acoustic Analyses and Experimental Validation
Contribution 3: Aluminum 2024-T3 Stress-Strain Data
Contribution 4: Aluminum 2024-T3 Fatigue-Life Data
Contribution 5: Aero-Acoustic Analyses and Experimental Validation
Allgood, D.C., Woods, J.L., Graham, J.S., Langford, L.L., “Computational Analyses in Support of Sub-scale Diffuser Testing for the A-3 Facility – Part 3: Aero-Acoustic Analyses and Experimental Validation”, AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, 2009.
ICME Topic Proposal: ICME Analysis of Fatigue Crack Growth through a Weld in SA-516 Grade 70 Plate
Contribution 1: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation using Abaqus
Contribution 2: Cross-link/Categorize pages
Cross linking pages for Biomaterials
- Biomaterials page: linked "nanoscale" from materials page to Nanoscale in Material Models page.
- Biomaterials page: linked "macroscale" from materials page to Macroscale in Material Models page.
- Biomaterials page: created an external link "velcro" from materials page to external link.
- Biomaterials page: created an external link "burrs" from materials page to external link.
Contribution 3: Stress Strain data-4130 Steel
Contribution 4: Fatigue-life curve-4130 Steel
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Bio-Inspired Energy Dissipation System
Contribution 1: Created Page ICME_Pole_Figure_Plot_Function
Contribution 2: Cross-linked pages:
ICME Slide/Literature Review: Multiscale modeling of armor fragmentation due to the impact of an explosively formed projectile
Contribution 2: added Category:Stress Strain Curves: Titanium
Contribution 1: add page or pages
- Crosslinked: "A Mechanistic Study for Strain Rate Sensitivity of Rabbit Patellar Tendon" to: Animal Tissue Research, Research Paper and Biomaterials.
- Crosslinked: "LAMMPS Interstitial Formation Energy" to: LAMMPS, Tutorial, Metals.
- Crosslinked: "Finite Element Modeling of Strain Rate Experiment for Soft Biological Materials" to: Biomaterials, ABAQUS, Internal State Variable
Contribution 5: Journal Article
Contribution 3: Stress-Strain Data for 316 SS
Contribution 4: Fatigue life curves for 316 SS
Contribution 5: Research Paper
- Contribution 1
- Contribution 2
- Contribution 3
- Contribution 4
- Contribution 5 Atomistic simulations of Bauschinger effects of metals with high angle and low angle grain boundaries
- ICME Slide
Contribution 1: Add something in your area of expertise
ICME Slide/Lit Review