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Contents

Overview

This page includes course material designed for the ICME course held in Spring 2017.

Schedule

Date Lesson Topic Information Lecturer Whats Due
Section 1. Background Material
1/09 - No Class
1/11 1 ICME History and Overview Syllabus, Project Mark Horstemeyer Team Names
1/13 2 Multiscale Aspects of Materials Lecture Notes 2 Mark Horstemeyer
1/16 - No Class Holiday
1/18 3 Creating a New Material/Structure/Component Lecture Notes 3; Book Chaper 9, 10 Mark Horstemeyer Literature review topic defined
1/20 4 Case Study: Control Arm Fracture Lecture Notes 4; Book Chapter 7 Mark Horstemeyer
1/23 5 Case Study: Control Arm Fatigue Lecture Notes 5; Book Chapter 8 Shane Brauer
1/25 6 Constitutive Relations: Definitions Lecture Notes 8; Book Chapter 1, 2 Mark Horstemeyer
Section 2. Basics
1/27 7 Validation and Verification Lecture Notes 6; Book Chapter 1, 2 Mark Horstemeyer
1/30 8 Optimization Lecture Notes 7; Book Chapter 1 Mark Horstemeyer
2/01 L1 Linux/Cluster Lab Joey Jones
2/03 9 ICME CI Overview Tomasz Haupt/Nitin Sukhija Critical Reviews Due
2/06 10 Student Presentations of Review Topic Students Lecture Notes
2/08 11 Student Presentations of Review Topic Students Lecture Notes Lit Review Due
Section 3. Quantum Methods
2/10 12 Quantum Theory and Electronics Principles Lecture Notes 12; Book Chapter 6 Bill Shelton HW1 Assigned
2/13 13 Density Functional Theory (DFT) Lecture Notes 13; Book Chapter 6 Bill Shelton
2/15 14 VASP Theory Lecture Notes 14 Bill Shelton
2/17 15 Bridging VASP Results to MEAM Lecture Notes 16
2/20 L2 Running VASP Lab Location: CAVS
Section 4. Atomistic Methods
2/22 16-18 EAM/MEAM Potentials Lecture Notes 18: Book Chapter 5. Mike Baskes - Videos
2/24 19 EAM/MEAM Potentials Lecture Notes 19: Book Chapter 5. Mark Horstemeyer
2/27 L3 MEAM Calibration Tutorial Videos (Ted Dickel) Ric Carino
3/01 20 Atomistic Plasticity Lecture Notes 19; Book Chapter 5. Mark Horstemeyer
3/03 21 Atomistic Damage Lecture Notes 20; Book Chapter 5. Mark Horstemeyer
3/06 22 Atomistic Fatigue Lecture Notes 21; Book Chapter 5. Mark Horstemeyer - Video Homework 1 Due
3/08 L4 Running MD Examples Tutorial Videos (Bradley Huddleston) / Lab at CAVS Bradley Huddleston HW2 Assigned
Section 5. Dislocation Dynamics Methods
3/10 23 Dislocation Definitions Lecture Notes 24; Book Chapter 4. Mark Horstemeyer
3/13-3/17 No Class Spring Break (MSU)
3/20 24 Dislocation Intro Lecture Notes 23: Book Chapter 4. Ted Dickel
3/22 25 Dislocation Dynamics (DD) Theory: Bridging from MD Lecture Notes 25; Book Chapter 4. Firas Akashah
3/24 L5 Running DD Examples Lab at CAVS
Section 6. Crystal Plasticity
3/27 26 Crystal Plasticity Theory: Intro Lecture Notes 28; Book Chapter 3 Mark Horstemeyer
3/29 27 Crystal Plasticity (CP) Theory: Kinetics Lecture Notes 28; Book Chapter 3 Mark Horstemeyer
3/31 28 Bridging from DD and Model Correlation Lecture Notes 29; Book Chapter 3 Mark Horstemeyer
4/03 30 Running Rate Dependent Single Crystal CP Lecture Notes 30 Mark Horstemeyer Homework 2 Due
4/05 L6 Running Rate Dependent Polycrystalline CP Lab at CAVS
Section 7. Macroscale Continuum Modeling
4/07 32 Internal State Variable (ISV) Theory Lecture Notes 32; Book Chapter 2 Mark Horstemeyer
4/10 33 ISV Plasticity Model Lecture Notes 33; Book Chapter 2 Mark Horstemeyer
4/12 34 ISV Damage Model Lecture Notes 35; Book Chapter 2 Mark Horstemeyer Homework 3 Due
4/14 - No Class Holiday
4/17 L7 MSU Damage (DMG) Model Fitting and Running Lab at CAVS
4/19 36 Multistage Fatigue (MSF) Theory Lecture Notes 36; Book Chapter 2 Mark Horstemeyer
4/21 L8 MSF Fitting and Running Model Lecture Notes 37
4/24 37 Microstructural Image Analysis Lecture Notes 38 Shane Brauer - Video
4/26 38 Outdoor Example of ICME Mark Horstemeyer Homework 4 Due
Final Exam 12:00-3:00 p.m.

ICME 2017 Share Folder

All required input files and executables not provided by the cyberinfrastructure should be acquired from the following location:
 /scratch/ICME_2017/ 
You will COPY any necessary files/folders to your working directory. DO NOT remove files from this folder. All calculations/simulations should be run on the the computational cluster RAPTOR or a shared memory system, in your own scratch folder, or on your personal computer (where possible).

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