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  • Predicting microstructure and strength of maraging steels: Elemental optimisation 

    Galindo-Nava, Enrique Isidoro; Rainforth, WM; Rivera-Díaz-del-Castillo, PEJ (2016-09-15)
    A physics–based modelling framework to describe microstructure and mechanical properties in maraging steels is presented. It is based on prescribing the hierarchical structure of the martensitic matrix, including dislocation ...
  • Understanding martensite and twin formation in austenitic steels: A model describing TRIP and TWIP effects 

    Galindo-Nava, Enrique Isidoro; Rivera-Díaz-del-Castillo, PEJ (2017-04-15)
    A unified description for the evolution of ε– and α ′ – martensite, and twinning in austenitic steels is presented. The formation of micron—scale ε and twin bands is obtained by considering the evolution of hierarchically ...
  • Bottom-up Formation of Carbon-Based Structures with Multilevel Hierarchy from MOF-Guest Polyhedra. 

    Wang, Tiesheng; Kim, Hyunkyung; Liu, Yingjun; Li, Weiwei; Griffiths, James Thomas; Wu, Yue; Laha, Sourav et al. (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2018-05-03)
    3D carbon-based structures have proven useful for tailoring material properties in structural mechanical and energy storage applications. One approach to obtain them has been by carbonization of selected metal-organic ...
  • Predicting whether a material is ductile or brittle 

    Thompson, Robert; Clegg, William John
    In this paper we discuss the various models that have been used to predict whether a material will tend to be ductile or brittle. The most widely used is the Pugh ratio, G/K, but we also examine the Cauchy pressure as ...

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