Modeling-Based Material Definitions to Enable Integrated Mechanics, Components and Materials Design
This is the first seminar in the seminar series Sustainable Transformation Seminars.
Time: Fri 2020-09-11 12.00 - 13.00
Computational materials and process modeling has continued to advance over several decades. The vision of truly integrated computational material and manufacturing engineering is nearly upon us with rapid changes in how we design and develop new material and associated processing methods. The continued adoption and application of computational methods is changing the materials and manufacturing engineering disciplines, and is enabling materials and processes to be a much greater part of component and system design at the earliest possible stages. Big Data is also a critical aspect of advanced manufacturing and computational modeling. Integration of process monitoring, data analytics is further leading to increased quantitative material and process understanding. This talk will review some of the advances being made in computational materials engineering, informatics and data analytics relative to various applications within the aerospace industry including additive manufacturing.
Speaker: David Furrer, Senior Fellow, Discipline Lead, Materials & Processes Engineering, Pratt & Whitney
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