# Tusas: A fully implicit parallel approach for coupled nonlinear equations

@article{Ghosh2020TusasAF, title={Tusas: A fully implicit parallel approach for coupled nonlinear equations}, author={Supriyo Ghosh and Christopher K. Newman and Marianne M. Francois}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2020}, volume={abs/2006.16764} }

We develop a fully-coupled, fully-implicit approach for phase-field modeling of solidification in metals and alloys. Predictive simulation of solidification in pure metals and metal alloys remains a significant challenge in the field of materials science, as microstructure formation during the solidification process plays a critical role in the properties and performance of the solid material. Our simulation approach consists of a finite element spatial discretization of the fully-coupled… CONTINUE READING

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