Predictive Multi-Scale Modeling for Structural Materials Workshop

Predictive Multi-Scale Modeling for Structural Materials Workshop
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The workshop will focus on the latest developments in multi-scale modeling for structural materials. Experts from academia, industry and government will discuss their research and applications in this field.

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1. Predictive Multi-scale Modeling for Structural Materials Draft Programme http://www.thomasyoungcentre.org/events/ Time 09.00-09:15 Bill Lee (Imperial) Welcome and Introduction to Workshop Session 1 Chair Arthur Heuer (CASE) FUNDERS PERSPECTIVE 09.15-09.40 Julie Christodoulou (US ONR) Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: A Perspective from the US Office of Naval Research. 09.45-10.10 John Beatty (US Army) Multi-scale Research in Materials for Extreme Dynamic Environments 10.15-10.40 Andrew Heaton (DSTL) Multi-scale Materials Modelling in DSTL 10.45-11.15 Coffee in the Boardroom Session 2 Chair Lorenzo Iannucci (Imperial) IMPACT & FRACTURE 11.15-11.35 Bryn James (DSTL) The Physics of Impact and Blast: Interaction on Many Scales 11.40-12.05 Vikram Deshpande (Camb) Micro-mechanics of Ceramic Impact 12.10-12.30 Richard Todd (Oxford) Multi-scale Experiments for Modelling the Deformation and Fracture of Ceramics 12.35-14.00 Lunch at Eastside Bar Session 3 Chair Alessandro di Vita (KCL) CERAMIC SYSTEMS 14.00-14.20 Jun Shi (Rolls Royce) Multi-scale Modelling of Ceramic Matrix Composites 14.25-14.45 Dietmar Koch (DLR) Limits of Experimental Based FE-modelling for Ceramic Matrix Composites 14.50-15.10 Frank Abdi (Alpha Star) Environmental Degradation and Micro-Crack Formation in Ceramic Matrix Composites Using Multi-Scale Progressive Failure Modeling 15.15-15.25 Kamran Nikbin (Imperial) Continuum Damage Modelling to Predict Structural Integrity of Cracked Ceramic Components 15.30-16.00 Tea in the Boardroom Session 4 Chair Kamran Nikbin (Imperial) OTHER SYSTEMS 16.00-16.20 Antoinette Tordesillas (Melbourne) Measurement, Characterisation and Modelling of Granular Materials: a Possible Road-map 16.25-16.45 John Yates (Manchester) Developments in Multi-scale Fracture Modelling for Engineers 16.50-17.10 Endel Iarve (USAF) Discrete Damage Modelling Methods for Structural Composites 17.15-17.25 Ferri Aliabadi (Imperial) Multi-scale Modelling of Material Degradation and Fracture 17.30- 17.40 Lorenzo Iannucci (Imperial) Multi-scale Modelling in Armour Design 19.30 Dinner at the Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin Street London SW1X 7DR

2. Predictive Multi-scale Modeling for Structural Materials Draft Programme http://www.thomasyoungcentre.org/events/ Tuesday 4 th Dec, Imperial College , the Council Room 170 Queens Gate, London SW7 5HF Time Session 5 Chair Mike Finnis (Imperial) MATERIALS DESIGN 09.00-09.20 Joerg Neugebaur (MPI) Materials Design-based Predictive Ab initio Thermodynamics 09.25-09.45 David Porter (Oxford) Analytical Structure-Property Relations for Multi-scale Engineering Simulation and Material Design 09.50-10.10 Frank Zok (UCSB) Lattice Materials: Designing for Strength and Energy Absorption 10.15-10.45 Coffee Session 6 Chair Alex Shluger (UCL) METALS 10.50-11.10 Y-J Kim (Korea University) Numerical Ductile/creep Fracture Simulations of Cracked Structural Components using Meso-scale Damage Models 11.15-11.35 Noel.O'Dowd (Limerick) Simulation of Deformation and Failure of Structural Steels at the Microscale 11.40-12.00 Ralf Drautz (ICAMS) Bond-Order Potentials for Modelling Phase Stability in Complex Alloys 12.05-12.15 Fionn Dunne (Imperial) Facet fatigue: modelling microstructure for component performance 12.20-12.40 Alan Cocks (Oxford) TBC 12.45-12.55 Daniel Balint (Imperial) Dislocations Under Shock Loading 13.00-14.30 Lunch at 170 Queens Gate Session 7 Chair Bill Lee (Imperial) 14.30-14.50 Tap A Parthasarathy (AFRL) TBC 14.55-15.10 Bill Troha (Alpha Star) Foreign Object Impact Damage to Ceramic Matrix Composites and the Validation of Multi-Scale Progressive Failure Modeling 15.15.15.25 Charles Ishee (AFRL) TBC 15.30-16.00 Wash-up session 16.00 Tea

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