Wednesday, 13 June 2018    11:00 - 13:00
Computational modeling and experimental investigations of metallic materials across scales III
Minisymposium organized by Benjamin Klusemann and Franz Roters
Room: Boisdale 1
Chair: Gottfried Laschet
A numerical approach to model high-temperature creep behaviour of Ni-base superalloys from microstructural morphology to grain size scales (Keynote Lecture)
Fabian Czediwoda, Bernard Fedelich, Britta Stöhr, Thomas Göhler, Rainer Völkl, Gert Nolze and Uwe Glatzel

Creep in Ni-based superalloys on two scales
Lukas Munk, Silvia Reschka, Stefan Löhnert, Hans J. Maier and Peter Wriggers

Segregation-assisted plasticity in Ni-based superalloys: a coupled experimental and modelling study
Daniel Barba, Daniel Garcia-Gonzalez, Enrique Alabort, Johan Moverare, Roger Reed and Antoine Jerusalem

Microstructure-sensitive modeling of magnesium alloys under fatigue conditions
Fabien Briffod, Seiya Nakajima, Takayuki Shiraiwa and Manabu Enoki

Virtual experimental study of microstructure design of dual phase steel for optimal formability
Yuguo G. An, Wil D.T. Spanjer and Piet J.J. Kok

Numerical Simulation on Wind Pressure Distribution of Tensile Membrane Structures
Sun Xiaoying, Gao Yongsheng and Wu Yue