Special Issue "Experimental Characterization and Numerical Modelling of Materials Mechanical Behaviour"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2020).
Interests: experimental characterization and numerical modelling of the mechanical behavior of materials; experimental analysis and thermomechanical–microstructural modelling of the industrial processes; numerical simulation oriented to the improvement of processes design; computational biomechanics
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Interests: Machining, machine tools, modelling, non-conventinal manufacturing processes, material texturing
It is a pleasure to invite you to take part in the Special Issue of Materials that we coordinate and titled “Experimental Characterization and Numerical Modelling of Materials Mechanical Behavior”. The opportunity to submit your research reports is open until 30 November 2019. Here is described the scope of this Special Issue:
Metal forming comprises industrially relevant manufacturing processes in which the characterization of the mechanical response of the materials involved in different engineering applications is a crucial task. This characterization may contribute to a more efficient use of the available resources by means of the enhancement of both the operating conditions and the process design. Therefore, this analysis encompasses not only experimental aspects but also theoretical modelling and numerical simulation, whose final goal is to achieve a realistic description of many of the usually complex physical phenomena present in these engineering problems.
This Special Issue aims to collect the latest advances in modelling and numerical and experimental validation of the mechanical behavior of materials used in common engineering environments. Contributions are welcome from both academic researchers and their industrial peers, dealing with novel manufacturing applications. Accordingly, this Special Issue covers the following topics:
- Novel experimental techniques for material characterization
- Phenomenological and multiscale constitutive modelling
- Improved algorithms for material parameters identification
- Coupled thermomechanical and metallurgical modelling
- Fracture and damage criteria
- Numerical simulation of forming processes: casting, forging, extrusion, rolling, stamping, deep drawing, thermoforming, wire/tube drawing, additive manufacturing, welding, friction stir welding, etc
Prof. Diego J. Celentano
Dr. Antonio J. Sánchez Egea
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Experimental characterization techniques
- Constitutive modelling
- Coupled phenomena
- Forming processes
- Modelling and numerical approaches