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.
|Grain-level Flow Property Quantification with Micro/Nano Indentation||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||Instrumented nano- and micro-indentation have been used to obtain elastic modulus and hardness of various materials. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory recently developed a unique capability by...|
|Prediction of Deformation Limits for Polycrystalline Materials under Different Straining Paths||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||This is a microstructure-based modeling capability for predicting the deformation limits of polycrystalline materials under different straining paths. The model can be used to examine the effects of...|
|Prediction of Corrosion Resistance and Component Life With and Without Protective Coatings||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory offers an integrated experimental/modeling capability that predicts oxide-scale (without coating) or subscale (with coating) growth, characterizes scale/coating...|
|NREL High-Performance Computing Facility||National Renewable Energy Laboratory||NREL's high-performance computing (HPC) system and User Application, Data and Learning Support Capability enable researchers to exploit the potential of the largest HPC environment in the world...|
|Computational Materials Science and Chemistry of Alloys and Disordered Materials||National Renewable Energy Laboratory||This capability is for modeling disordered and metastable materials, including alloys and organic materials, at multiple fidelities from the atomistic to the mesoscale. The atomistic simulations...|