4 edition of Phase-field methods in materials science and engineering found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Nikolas Provatas and Ken Elder|
|LC Classifications||TA403 .P765 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||2011377874|
The phase-field method to modeling microstructure evolution in materials is introduced in this chapter. It can be employed to model, understand, and predict complex material behaviors at meso-scale (on the order of nano- to micro-meter size), and it covers application-relevant time scales (on the order of seconds to years).Cited by: 3. Get this from a library! Phase-Field Methods in Materials Science and Engineering.. [Nikolas Provatas; Ken Elder] -- This comprehensive and self-contained, one-stop source discusses phase-field methodology in a fundamental way, explaining advanced numerical techniques for .
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Nikolas Provatas is an Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and a member of the Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research at McMaster University. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from McGill University. Features many examples of how the methods explained can be used in materials science and engineering applications.
From the contents: Phase Transfomraiton in Materials Science. Elastic and Plastic Effects in Phase Transformations. Modeling Atomic Scale Systems Using the Phase-Field Method/5(2). Numerical Solution Methods for Simulating Phase-Field Models About the Author Nikolas Provatas is an Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and a member of the Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research at McMaster by: It also presents techniques used to model various phenomena in a detailed, step-by-step way, such that readers can carry out their own code es many examples of how the methods explained can be used in materials science and engineering the following page and click on "Examples" to find a file with codes.
Phase-Field Methods in Materials Science and Engineering by Nikolas Provatas. This comprehensive and self-contained, one-stop source discusses phase-field methodology in a fundamental way, explaining advanced numerical techniques for solving phase-field and related continuum-field models.
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Summarizing, this book is an important addition to the literature on material science." (L. Debnath, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol.) "This book is devoted to numerical simulation and modeling in materials science and engineering.
The aim of the monograph is to acquaint the materials science student or the engineer with the numerical methods.A phase-field model is a mathematical model for solving interfacial problems.
It has mainly been applied to solidification dynamics, but it has also been applied to other situations such as viscous fingering, fracture mechanics, hydrogen embrittlement, and vesicle dynamics. The method substitutes boundary conditions at the interface by a partial differential equation for the evolution of an.
Special emphasis is given to the multi-phase-field method with extension to elastic interactions and fluid flow which allows one to treat multi-grain multi-phase structures in multicomponent materials.
Examples are collected demonstrating the applicability of the different variants of the phase-field method in different fields of materials by: