Description 
1 online resource (304 pages) 
Series 
Advanced Structured Materials ; v. 47 

Advanced structured materials ; 47.

Contents 
Acknowledgments; Contents; Nomenclature; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 State of the Art; References; 3 Aim of the Study; 4 Integration of Physical and Computer Simulation; 4.1 Characteristics of the Integrated Modelling Concept; 4.2 Hybrid AnalyticalNumerical Model of Mushy Steel Deformation; 4.2.1 Resistance Heating Model; 4.3 "One Decision Software"The DEFFEM Package; 4.4 Stereoscopic Visual Representation Algorithm for the 3D Gemini Barco Projection System; 4.5 Summary; References; 5 Spatial Solutions Based on the Smoothed Particle Method and the Finite Element MethodA Hybrid Approach 

5.1 The Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) Method5.1.1 Fluid Model; 5.1.2 Thermal Model; 5.2 Test Cases to Validate the Fluid Solver; 5.2.1 Free Particles Fall; 5.2.2 Structure Impact; 5.3 Test Simulation of the Hybrid Solution; 5.4 Summary; References; 6 Spatial Solutions Based on the Finite Element Method and the Monte Carlo MethodA Multiscale Approach; 6.1 Thermal Model; 6.1.1 Discretization for Steady Heat Flow Cases; 6.1.2 Discretization for Transient Heat Flow Cases; 6.2 Solidification Model; 6.3 Mechanical Model; 6.3.1 Spatial Solution 

6.3.1.1 Transformation of the Coordinate System and Integration6.3.1.2 Time Problem; 6.4 Grain Growth Model in the Comprehensive Description of the HeatingMeltingSolidification Process (Multiscale Approach); References; 7 ComputerAided Physical Simulations Within the Context of New Technology Development; 7.1 Material and Test Methodology; 7.1.1 Samples and Tools; 7.1.2 The Determination of Characteristic Temperatures; 7.1.3 Thermal Process Map (TPM); 7.2 Preliminary Experimental and Computer Simulation Research of Steel Deformation in the Semisolid State 

7.2.1 The Dependence of Steel Microstructure Parameters on the Cooling Rate During Solidification7.2.2 HighTemperature StressStrain Relationships; 7.2.3 Steel Ductility in the Continuous Casting Process; 7.2.4 Deformation Above Nil Ductility Temperature; 7.2.5 Macrostructure and Microstructure; 7.3 Summary; References; 8 An Integrated Modelling Concept Based upon Axially Symmetrical Models; 8.1 Direct Simulation Using the Gleeble ThermoMechanical Simulator; 8.1.1 Testing the Temperature Distribution; 8.1.2 Macrostructure and Microstructure 

8.2 Application of Tomography to the Spatial Analysis of the Melting Zone8.3 Numerical Modelling with the DEFFEM Simulation System; 8.3.1 Modelling of the Resistance Heating Process; 8.3.1.1 Example Results of Resistance Heating; 8.3.2 Modelling of the Deformation Process; 8.3.2.1 Rheological Model; 8.3.2.2 The Numerical Identification Methodology (NIM) for the Low Temperature Range; 8.3.2.3 The Direct Identification Methodology (DIM) for the ExtraHigh Temperature Range; 8.3.2.4 The Numerical Identification Methodology (NIM) for the ExtraHigh Temperature Range; 8.4 Summary; References 
Summary 
This book offers a unique approach to integrated hightemperature process modelling, intended to serve as a design aid for new metal processing technologies. The second edition has been substantially expanded to include new content such as: a new algorithm and test results of 3D stereoscopic visualization; new programming procedures for modelling; the validation of computer simulation using experimental results; a multiscale model of grain growth; a conceptual methodology developing "hightemperature" CCT (continuous cooling transformation) diagrams, and many more examples validating the numerical simulations. The models presented are applied in comprehensive tests in order to solve problems related to the hightemperature deformation of steel. The testing methods include both physical tests using specialist laboratory instruments, and advanced mathematical modelling: the Finite Element method (FE), Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics method (SPH) and Monte Carlo method (MC). This approach, which integrates the fields of physical and computerbased simulations, forms the basis for the described concept of integrated hightemperature process modelling, presented in detail in this book 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references 
Notes 
9 An Integrated Modelling Concept Based upon ThreeDimensional Models 

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Subject 
Deformations (Mechanics)  Mathematical models


Steel  Fatigue  Mathematical models


Steel  Metallurgy  Mathematical models


TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING  Engineering (General)


TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING  Reference.


Deformations (Mechanics)  Mathematical models


Steel  Metallurgy  Mathematical models

Form 
Electronic book

ISBN 
9783319679761 

3319679767 

3319679759 

9783319679754 
