New Mechanistic Models of Long Term Evolution of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nickel Based Alloys Email Page
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Performer: Oregon State University
Schematic representation of the proposed<br/>DEM model. Crystal grains will be represented<br/>using discrete elements that interact and move<br/>to allow deformation and microstructure evolution.<br/>The element interaction laws will be defined to<br/>represent the physical mechanisms involved for<br/>nickel based alloys
Schematic representation of the proposed
DEM model. Crystal grains will be represented
using discrete elements that interact and move
to allow deformation and microstructure evolution.
The element interaction laws will be defined to
represent the physical mechanisms involved for
nickel based alloys
Website: Oregon State University
Award Number: FE0024065
Project Duration: 01/01/2015 – 12/31/2017
Total Award Value: $624,999
DOE Share: $499,998
Performer Share: $125,001
Technology Area: Coal Utilization Science
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Location: Corvallis, Oregon

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