Modelling and simulation of the early stages of precipitation of second phase particles in technically relevant structural high-performance materials

  • Radis, Rene (Principal Investigator (PI))

Project: Research project

Project Details


Technically relevant structural high-performance materials, such such as HSLA-steels or Nickel-base alloys owe their superior mechanical properties to specific microstructural features, provided by extremely small grain sizes or a fine dispersion of second phase particles, such as precipitates. The improvement of these microstructural features require a deep understanding of the principle mechanisms which contol and determine materials properties. Therefore the theoretical description of precipitation kinetics is essential which is the goal of this project.
Effective start/end date1/11/07 → …


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