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Title Dingreville, Rémi; Karnesky, Richard A.; Puel, Guillaumel; Schmitt, Jean-Hubert
Year Review of the Synergies Between Computational Modeling and Experimental Characterization of Materials Across Length Scales
Abbreviated Journal Journal Article
Issue 2015 Keywords Journal of Materials Science
Thesis 51
Place of Publication 3 Language 1178-1203
Original Title Coupling experiments and modeling; Multiscale modeling; Integrated computationalmaterials Engineering (ICME); 3D microstructure characterization; Characterization methods
Series Title With the increasing interplay between experimental and computational approaches at multiple length scales, new research directions are emerging in materials science and integrated computational mechanics. Such cooperative interactions find many applications in the development, characterization and design of complex material systems. This manuscript reports recent trends where predictive modeling capabilities are developed in conjunction with experiments and advanced characterization to gain a greater insight into structure-properties relationships and study various physical phenomena and mechanisms. After a general discussion on the perspective from various communities, the article focuses on the latest experimental and theoretical opportunities. Emphasis is given to the role of experiments in multiscale models, including insights into how computations can be used as discovery tools for materials engineering, rather than to "simply" support experimental work. This is illustrated by examples from several application areas on structural materials. This manuscript ends with a discussion on some of the problems and open scientific questions that are being explored in order to advance this relatively new field of research forward. Series Volume
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