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Characterization of macroscopic tensile strength of polycrystalline metals with two-scale finite element analysis / Ikumu Watanabe; Kenjiro Terada; Eduardo Alberto de Souza Neto; Djordje Perić; Djordje Peric; Eduardo De Souza Neto
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Volume: 56, Issue: 3, Pages: 1105 - 1125
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DOI (Published version): 10.1016/j.jmps.2007.06.001
Characterization of macroscopic tensile strength of polycrystalline metals with two-scale finite element analysis
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This is the first article describing methodology for prediction of the tensile strength of polycrystalline metals by employing multiscale finite element analysis. The paper summarises joint research with the group at Tohoku University, Japan, performed during Dr Watanabe’s one-year sabbatical stay in Swansea. The methodology described in this article has formed the basis for computational multiscale modelling of polycrystalline materials with applications to advanced manufacturing, which Dr Watanabe has continued on his return to Japan in his new position in Toyota Corporation, Nagoya, Japan (contact Ikumu Watanabe, presently at National Institute of Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan).
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