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.
Many of the capabilities listed on this page are user facilities managed by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. Each user facility has established processes for submitting a proposal and gaining access. Visit http://science.energy.gov/user-facilities/user-resources/getting-started for more information.
|Alloy Formulation and Processing||National Energy Technology Laboratory||NETL uses computational methods in alloy design, melting, casting, heat treating and deformation processing. Melt processing methods employed include induction melting (air & vacuum), vacuum arc...|
|Synthesis, Processing/Manufacturing Capability, and Characterization Expertise in Polymer Sciences||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||ORNL has extensive capabilities relevant to synthesis of novel polymers, reactive extrusion, molding, and characterization. Synthesis usually is done in small (0.25 L) to bench-scale (2 L) batch...|
|Transportation and High Volume Composite Materials Manufacturing||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||ORNL's integrated composite materials manufacturing capability incorporates materials and processing research and development via prototypical parts, components, and system demonstration.|
|Predictive Engineering Tools for Injection-molded Long-fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||PNNL's capability allows for integrated use of state-of-the-art processes and constitutive models to calculate tensile and flexural stiffness properties of injection-molded long-fiber...|
|Tramonto, an Open-source Code for Modeling Complex Fluids at Interfaces||Sandia National Laboratories||Tramonto is a code developed at SNL to solve classical density functional theories in three dimensions. These theories are used for predicting the structure and properties of fluids at the nanoscale...|
|Phase-field Models for Microstructure Evolution Predictions||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||The phase-field model (PFM) approach is a computational tool of predicting materials microstructure and property evolution under different thermal mechanical processes based on thermodynamic and...|