Modeling › Microstructure Modeling During Phase Transformations
As the numerical simulation of materials processing advances to include the prediction of microstructure and properties, the knowledge base for a quantitative prediction of phenomena that affect the final microstructure is becoming essential. Most engineering materials undergo a process of transformation from a fluid to a solid state during their processing; the dynamics of the interface, usually between liquid and solid phases, and the effect on the interfacial kinetics due to the macroscopic transport conditions, determines the microstructure and the resulting properties of the material. An effective interface-tracking algorithm is available at ORNL that can be used to study the evolution of microstructure during phase changes.
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- ORNL Advanced Volume Tracking Methods Are Simple, Computationally Efficient, and Can Handle Easily Any Topological Change of the Interface