Introduction to Integrated Computational Materials Engineering

12 January 2014


Location: Gaylord National , National Harbor, Maryland
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Synopsis

Designed to provide an overview of integrated computational materials engineering (ICME), this course offers a primer on the various types of models and simulation methods involved in ICME. It is aimed at providing a general understanding of the critical issues relative to ICME, with the goal of increasing participants’ knowledge of materials and process modeling capabilities and limitations. The important aspects of linking materials models with process models and subsequently to component design and behavior analysis models will be reviewed.

Key Topics
• Obtain awareness of ICME as an emerging technology area
• Understand general models and simulation methods involved in ICME
• Articulate critical issues/challenges with ICME
• Build awareness of materials and process modeling capabilities and limitations
• Understand important aspects of linking material models with process models and their integration into component design and behavior analysis.

Who Should Attend

This course is aimed at materials, mechanical design, and manufacturing engineers; program managers; and engineering management looking to introduce or apply ICME methods in the future. This course will not provide hands-on training, but rather will provide an appreciation for the types of models available, their benefits, and how various model outputs should be interpreted.

 

This course is a partnership between TMS, ASM International, and AIAA.

 

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