The LightMAT resource network contains capabilities from the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory system. This search function enables you to view and filter these capabilities within LightMAT.
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|Advanced High Strength Steel Development||Los Alamos||Los Alamos National Laboratory has developed an in-house capability to examine the effects of alloying and thermomechanical processing—including primary processing, heat-treatment, rolling, and forming—on advanced high strength...|
|Bulk Fabrication of Damage-tolerant Layered Nanocomposites||Los Alamos||Los Alamos National Laboratory offers synthesis and performance evaluation of bulk nanocomposites fabricated using scalable thermomechanical technologies. LANL can synthesize kilograms of nanomaterial sheet stock, up to...|
|Dynamic Performance||Los Alamos||Los Alamos National Laboratory provides the capability to evaluate high-strain rates and high-stress performance of materials in small-scale, integrated loading environments, which can include: sheet penetration, bulge/dent,...|
|Microstructure-based Forming Simulation Tools for Face-centered Cubic and Hexagonal Close-packed Metals and Alloys||Los Alamos||This capability is based on Los Alamos National Laboratory’s unique, multiscale, crystal plasticity expertise used for developing and using physically based and experimentally validated, constitutive, polycrystal (PX)...|
|In Situ Characterization of Processing||Los Alamos||Proton, neutron, and x-ray probes are used for real-time process monitoring of phase transformations and microstructural evolution. As part of this capability, Los Alamos National Laboratory can...|
|Multiscale Process Modeling of Bulk Nanolaminates||Los Alamos||Computational models at Los Alamos National Laboratory can help guide the design of processing pathways for making stable bulk nanolaminate microstructures with tailored properties. The current model...|
|Nanoscale In Situ Mechanical Testing Stage||Los Alamos||Mechanical properties unattainable via bulk testing can be explored and quantified with small-scale testing. For example, mechanical behavior of individual interfaces, small-scale particles, and low volume fraction...|
|Multiscale Experiments and Modeling of Metal Alloy Solidification Dynamics||Los Alamos||Los Alamos National Laboratory can provide experimentally validated solidification dynamics models, from the microscopic to macroscopic scales (timescales depend upon manufacturing processes). LANL also offers subject matter experts...|
|Constitutive Strength Modeling||Los Alamos||Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Dynamic and Quasi-static Experimental Team has long-standing expertise in the development of fully parameterized Johnson-Cook, Zerilli-Armstrong, and mechanical threshold strength (MTS) model fits...|
|Crystal Mechanics and Experiments||Lawrence Livermore||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides classical crystal plasticity models for cubic and hexagonal symmetry materials, which includes treatment of both dislocation-glide- and twinning-based deformation mechanisms.|