Computational Methods for Microstructure-Property Relationships
Computational Methods for Microstructure-Property Relationships introduces state-of-the-art advances in computational modeling approaches for materials structure-property relations. Written with an approach that recognizes the necessity of the engineering computational mechanics framework, this volume provides balanced treatment of heterogeneous materials structures within the microstructural and component scales. Encompassing both computational mechanics and computational materials science disciplines, this volume offers an analysis of the current techniques and selected topics important to industry researchers, such as deformation, creep and fatigue of primarily metallic materials.
Researchers, engineers and professionals involved with predicting performance and failure of materials will find Computational Methods for Microstructure-Property Relationships a valuable reference.
Covers materials modeling from the multiscale structural materials perspective – a dynamic and rapidly advancing area of researchPresents the current state of knowledge of a wide collection of research areas related to materials assessment in structural materials interactionBrings focus to a frontier topic and provides the foundations for growth in the field