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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|Phase-Field Modeling of Microstructure Evolution of Lightweight Materials||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||The mechanical properties and behaviors of lightweight metallic alloys are largely dictated by their microstructures at various length scales, ranging from nanoscale precipitate morphologies to...|
|Predicting the Strength of Lightweight Alloys Using a Multiscale Approach||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory employs a multiscale strength model, where strength depends on pressure, strain rate, temperature, and evolving dislocation density, that has proven to be an...|
|Integrated Computational Materials Engineering||Argonne National Laboratory||Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) codes are available to model phase formation in multicomponent alloys (Precipicalc), as well as phase-field codes for multicomponent phase...|