Multi-scale constitutive model and computational framework for the design of ultra-high strength, high toughness steels

@inproceedings{Hao2004MultiscaleCM,
  title={Multi-scale constitutive model and computational framework for the design of ultra-high strength, high toughness steels},
  author={Su Li Hao and Wing Kam Liu and Brian Moran and Franck J Vernerey and Gregory B. Olson},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract A multi-scale hierarchical constitutive model is developed for establishing the relationship between quantum mechanical, micromechanical, and overall strength/toughness properties in steel design. Focused on the design of ultra-high strength, high toughness steels, a two-level cell model is used to represent two groups of hard particles (inclusions) in an alloy matrix which is characteristic of such Fe-based alloys. Primary inclusion particles, which are greater than a micron in size… CONTINUE READING

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