VTT ProperTune: Computational multiscale materials modeling concept

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    Abstract

    Development of new materials and understanding of material and process behaviour is always a complex equation of crossing interactions. Physical and chemical phenomena are affected from the nano- and/or molecular level up to macroscopic level. Interactions between the material processing, structure, properties and performance (PSPP) need to be understood more deeply. For this purpose, modelling skills have developed rapidly in recent decades, with the support of increased numerical calculation capacity and commercial, open source and in-house multi-level and multi-physics software development. In this publication we are presenting some highlights from our current modelling activities obtained wit VTT ProperTune concept related to powder metallurgical (PM) and additively manufactured (AM) materials. We hope they will inspire new ideas on what could be done and obtained via digital approach to design.
    Original languageEnglish
    Edition23 May 2016
    Media of outputOnline
    Publication statusPublished - 23 May 2016
    MoE publication typeI1 Audiovisual material

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