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Modelling brittle-ductile transitions

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This paper outlines current approaches to modelling fracture and the brittle-ductile transition both in simple materials and in microstructurally complex materials such as steel. The models cover a very wide range of length and time scales, from a few hundreds of atoms and a few hundred picoseconds, to millimetres or more and minutes or hours. The problem and the challenge is to link the most useful features of models at the different scales. The paper describes dislocation based ("mesoscopic...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS
Department:
Materials
Role:
Author
Journal:
MULTISCALE PHENOMENA IN PLASTICITY: FROM EXPERIMENTS TO PHENOMENOLOGY, MODELLING AND MATERIALS
Volume:
367
Pages:
349-364
Publication date:
2000-01-01
Event title:
Conference of the NATO Advanced-Study-Institute on Multiscale Phenomena in Plasticity - From Experiments to Phenomenology
ISSN:
0168-132X
Source identifiers:
6269
ISBN:
0792362527
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pubs:6269
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uuid:1e6c58cf-e23c-4dc5-aed1-a37c22787937
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pubs:6269
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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