Symposium

M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers

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TopicM: Modelling and Simulation

Applied materials like metals and solid-state polymers consist of multiple phases. Material inhomogeneity leads to inhomogeneity in mechanical properties as well as mechanical load and/or external field couples back to internal phase-structure. This symposium will focus its attention on the modeling of applied materials at the microstructure and grain structure levels. Special emphasis shall be given to the effect of chemo-mechanical coupling and the prediction of properties based on microstructural criteria.

We invite contributions concerned with microstructural-driven phenomena such as  

  • Diffusion controlled phase transitions -Mixed mode and massive transformations
  • Texture evolution during severe plastic deformation with plastic activity and twinning
  • Effect of chemo-mechanical coupling on microstructure evolution
  • Magneto-mechanical coupling in polymers
  • Damage and fracture related to microstructures

The symposium summarizes the final results of the DFG Priority program 1713 “chemomechanics.de” and welcomes all foreign contributions.


Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
WEB Growth and ripening kinetics of γ′′ precipitates in Nb containing nickel-base superalloys: Phase-field modelling and simulation

Dr. Michael Fleck Felix Schleifer Markus Holzinger Yueh-Yu Lin Prof. Dr. Uwe Glatzel

Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
WEB Investigation of operational vibrations on the structural dynamics of glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic components

Alexander Kriwet Prof. Dr. Markus Stommel

Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
Electro-chemo-mechanical Modelling of Corrosion induced Material Damage

Dr. Daniel Höche Mohammad Reza Shariati Dr. Natalia Konchakova Zahid Mir Prof. Dr. Mikhail Zheludkevich Dr. Carsten Blawert Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Weber

Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
Growth and ripening kinetics of γ'' precipitates in Nb containing nickel-base superalloys: Experimental investigation

Yueh-Yu Lin Felix Schleifer Dr. Michael Fleck Prof. Dr. Uwe Glatzel

Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
Modeling bainitic transformations during press hardening - Press Bain

Carina Zimmermann Dr. Martin Hunkel Prof. Dr. Robert Spatschek Prof. Dr. Ulrich Prahl Mingxuan Lin

Lecture M12: Microstructure and property evolution in applied materials: Aspects of chemo-mechanical coupling in metals and polymers
Modeling of strongly coupled magneto-mechanical behavior in magneto-sensitive elastomers

Prof. Dr. Markus Kästner Dr. Marina Grenzer Dr. Dirk Romeis Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Metsch