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Topic Title: Video: Density Functional Theory and Atomistic Simulations - Materials by Design
Topic Summary: S.-G. Kim, CAVS, Mississippi State. Video summarizing modeling activities
Created On: 2/15/2007 9:41 PM

 2/15/2007 9:41 PM

Cathy Rohrer

Posts: 584
Joined: 2/6/2007

The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS) at Mississippi State has taken on integration across length scales by simultaneously working up from atomistics to dislocations and working down from the continuum to the dislocation level. Work on the merging of the two directions is in progress. The attached presentation focuses on the research from atomistics up to dislocations, concluding with future work on linking to the continuum level. The presentation is provided in two formats for your use, a movie file as well as static slides.

CITATION: Kim, S.-G., "Density Functional Theory and Atomistic Simulations - Materials by Design," Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), Mississippi State University. February 2007.

For other multi-scale computational research project descriptions including:
"Computational Modeling of Fatigue, Fracture, and Ductile Failure Mechanisms at Atomic and Microstructural Scales in Metals,"
"Corvette Engine Cradle Design," and
"Multiscale Modeling of Metal Casting,"
go to the following link: CAVS research

PDF FILE: View Slides
MOVIE FILE: See Attachment

DFT2.wmv DFT2.wmv  23546063 KB

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