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Vorlesung Ankündigung

Computational Materials Science III: Advanced Continuum Modeling (201)

Mondays 2. DS (9:20 - 10:50) Lecture, Fridays 1. DS (07:30 - 09:00, odd weeks) Practical in HAL 115, Hallwachsstraße 3


  First lecture: Mon 12.10.2015, 09:20, HAL 115      



title:Computational Materials Science III: Advanced Continuum Modeling (201)
type of lectures:Modulvorlesung
given by: M. Bobeth
schedule:2015WS Mondays 2. DS (9:20 - 10:50) Lecture, Fridays 1. DS (07:30 - 09:00, odd weeks) Practical
course language:English
room:HAL 115, Hallwachsstraße 3
credits:students of the course "Werkstoffwissenschaft", 9th semester
PhD students of "Werkstoffwissenschaft"
physics students
summary:The lecture deals with advanced mathematical methods for continuum modeling of microstructure, properties, and processing of materials. The methods are illustrated by selected examples in materials research. The following topics are discussed:
  • calculation of macroscopic material properties of complex mesoscopic phase morphologies (e.g. porous structures)
  • modeling of diffusion-convection-processes during microstructure development: growth processes driven by external fields and capillary driven interface movement (e.g. nanowire growth from solution, sintering)
  • phase field modeling for simulation of complex phase boundary evolution
  • finite-difference- and spectral methods for numerical solution of related partial differential equations
  • variational formulation and solution by the finite element method
The course is accompanied by a practical where numerical solutions of discussed problems are demonstrated by means of the software Matlab.


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