A MULTISCALE FRAMEWORK FOR CHARACTERIZATION AND MODELING DUCTILE FRACTURE IN HETEROGENEOUS ALUMINUM ALLOYS

@inproceedings{Ghosh2009AMF,
  title={A MULTISCALE FRAMEWORK FOR CHARACTERIZATION AND MODELING DUCTILE FRACTURE IN HETEROGENEOUS ALUMINUM ALLOYS},
  author={Somnath Ghosh and D. M. Valiveti and Chao Hu and Jie Bai},
  year={2009}
}
This paper develops three components contributing to the overall framework of multiscale modeling of ductile fracture in aluminum alloys. The first module is morphology-based domain partitioning (MDP) as a pre-processor to the multiscale modeling. This module delineates regions of statistical homogeneity and inhomogeneity with a systematic three-step process that is based on geometric features of morphology. The second module is detailed micromechanical analysis of particle fragmentation and… CONTINUE READING

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