Computational analysis of martensitic thin films using subdivision surfaces

@article{Dondl2007ComputationalAO,
  title={Computational analysis of martensitic thin films using subdivision surfaces},
  author={P. Dondl and C. Shen and K. Bhattacharya},
  journal={International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering},
  year={2007},
  volume={72},
  pages={72-94}
}
This paper studies numerically the deformation of thin films made of materials undergoing martensitic phase transformations by using subdivision surfaces. These thin films have received interest as potential microactuators, and specifically a tent-like configuration has recently been proposed. In order to model martensitic materials we use a multi-well strain energy combined with an interfacial energy penalizing strain gradients. The study of such configurations requires adequate resolution of… Expand

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