Phase field modeling for the morphological and microstructural evolution of metallic materials under environmental attack
Abstract: The complex degradation of metallic materials in aggressive environments can result in morphological and microstructural changes. The phase-field (PF) method is an effective computational approach to understanding and predicting the morphology, phase change and/or transformation of materials. PF models are based on conserved and non-conserved field variables that represent each phase as a function of space and time coupled with time-dependent equations that describe the mechanisms. This report summarizes progress in the PF modeling of degradation of metallic materials in aqueous corrosion, hydrogen-assisted cracking, high-temperature metal oxidation in the gas phase and porous structure evolution with insights to future applications.
Keywords: Chemical engineering / Theory and computation / Materials Science / general / Characterization and Evaluation of Materials / Mathematical and Computational Engineering / Theoretical / Mathematical and Computational Physics / Computational Intelligence / Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics
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