# Adaptive Multi-level Model for Multi-scale Ductile Fracture Analysis in Heterogeneous Aluminum Alloys

@inproceedings{Paquet2011AdaptiveMM, title={Adaptive Multi-level Model for Multi-scale Ductile Fracture Analysis in Heterogeneous Aluminum Alloys}, author={Daniel Paquet}, year={2011} }

- Published 2011

Cast aluminum alloys and discontinuously reinforced aluminums (DRAs) are widely used in automotive, aerospace, nuclear and other engineering systems due to their advantageous strength-to-density ratio. Their microstructure is characterized by a dispersion of hard and brittle heterogeneities in a softer aluminum matrix. These microstructural heterogeneities increase the strength of the alloys, but also affect their failure properties like fracture toughness and ductility in an adverse manner… CONTINUE READING

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