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The Strategy for American Leadership in High-Consequence Additive Manufacturing

September 9, 2022
Author(s)
Mark Benedict, Shawn P. Moylan, Souhail Al-Abed, Cindy Ashforth, Y. Kevin Chou, Matthew Di Prima, Alaa Elwany, Michael Gorelik, Astrid Lewis, Todd Luxton, Blake Marshall, William Mullins, Linda Sapochak, Richard Russell, James A. Warren, Douglas Wells
Over the past decade, a consistent theme in enhancing U.S. global competitiveness has been the need for U.S. leadership in critical advanced manufacturing technologies. Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D Printing, has been among those critical

Co-Based Superalloy Morphology Evolution: A Phase Field Study Based on Experimental Thermodynamic and Kinetic Data

July 1, 2022
Author(s)
Carelyn E. Campbell, Ursula R. Kattner, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, Wenkun Wu, Peter Voorhees, Olle Heinonen
Cobalt-based superalloys with gamma/gamma prime microstructures off er great promise as candidates for next-generation high-temperature alloys for applications, such as turbine blades. It is essential to understand the thermodynamic and kinetic factors

Phase Field Benchmark Problems for Nucleation

June 1, 2022
Author(s)
Wenkun Wu, David M. Taboada, Jonathan E. Guyer, Peter W. Voorhees, James A. Warren, Daniel Wheeler, Tamas Pusztai, Laszlo Granasy, Olle G. Heinonen
We present nucleation phase field model benchmark problems, expanding on our previous benchmark problems on diffusion, precipitation, dendritic growth, linear elasticity, fluid flow and electrochemistry. Nucleation is the first step in the formation of

Progress in Materials Data Availability and Application: A Review

December 28, 2021
Author(s)
Chandler A. Becker, James A. Warren
Materials researchers are generating data in ever-increasing volumes, and this data is, in turn, fueling the discovery and design of new materials. These changes are enabled by advances in data capture via laboratory information management systems (LIMS)

Polycrystalline Growth: Dirt Versus Dynamical Heterogeneity

October 12, 2021
Author(s)
L Granasy, T Pusztai, T Borzsonyi, James A. Warren, Jack F. Douglas
Most research into microstructure formation during solidification has focused on single crystal growth forms, ranging from faceted crystals to dendritic growth patterns. However, these growth forms can be peturbed by heterogeneities yielding a rich variety

Vector-Valued Phase Field Model for Crystallization and Grain Boundary Formation

October 12, 2021
Author(s)
R Kobayashi, James A. Warren, W Carter
We propose a new model for calculation of the crystallization and impingement of many particles with differing orientations. Based on earlier phase field models, a vector order parameter is introduced, and thus orientation of crystal/disordered interfaces

A Controlled Vocabulary and Metadata Schema for Materials Science Data Discovery

April 29, 2021
Author(s)
Andrea M. Medina-Smith, Chandler Becker, Raymond L. Plante, Laura Bartolo, Alden A. Dima, James A. Warren, Robert Hanisch
The International Materials Resource Registries (IMRR) working group of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) was created to spur initial development of a federated registry system to allow for easier discovery and access to materials data. As part of this

Phase Field Benchmark Problems Targeting Fluid Flow and Electrochemistry

January 28, 2020
Author(s)
Andrea Jokisaari, Wenkun Wu, P W. Voorhees, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, Olle G. Heinonen
In this work, a third set of benchmark problems for phase field models are presented. These problems are being jointly developed by the Center for Hierarchical Materials Design (CHi- MaD) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) along

PFHub: The Phase-Field Community Hub

April 17, 2019
Author(s)
Daniel Wheeler, Trevor Keller, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, Stephen DeWitt, Andrea Jokisaari, Daniel Schwen, Larry Aagesen, Olle Heinonen, Michael Tonks, Peter Voorhees
An online portal provides a valuable space for scientific communities to summarize a shared challenge, collect attempts at a solution, and present a quantitative comparison of past attempts in a compelling way. An exemplar of such a portal is μMAG. The

Phase Field Benchmark Problems for Dendritic Growth and Linear Elasticity

June 15, 2018
Author(s)
Andrea Jokisaari, P W. Voorhees, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, O. G. Heinonen
We present the second set of benchmark problems for phase field models that are being jointly developed by the Center for Hierarchical Design (CHiMaD) and the National Insti- tute of Standards and Technology (NIST) along with input from other members in

Microstructure Knowledge Systems for Capturing Process-Structure Evolution Linkages

June 14, 2017
Author(s)
James A. Warren, Daniel Wheeler, David Brough, Surya Kalidindi
This paper develops and demonstrates a novel data science framework for capturing and communicating critical information regarding the evolution of material structure in spatiotemporal multiscale simulations of various processing operations employed by the

Benchmark Problems for Phase Field Modeling

January 2, 2017
Author(s)
Andrea Jokisaari, P W. Voorhees, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, O. G. Heinonen
We present the first set of benchmark problems for phase field models that are being devel- oped by the Center for Heirarchical Materials Design (CHiMaD) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). While many scientific research areas

An Informatics Infrastructure for the Materials Genome Initiative

July 6, 2016
Author(s)
Alden A. Dima, Sunil K. Bhaskarla, Chandler A. Becker, Mary C. Brady, Carelyn E. Campbell, Philippe J. Dessauw, Robert J. Hanisch, Ursula R. Kattner, Kenneth G. Kroenlein, Adele P. Peskin, Raymond L. Plante, Guillaume Sousa Amaral, Zachary T. Trautt, James A. Warren, Sharief S. Youssef, Sheng Yen Li, Pierre Francois Rigodiat, Marcus W. Newrock
A materials data infrastructure that enables the sharing and transformation of a wide range of materials data is an essential part of achieving the goals of the Materials Genome Initiative. We describe two high-level requirements of such an infrastructure

Diff use interface methods for modeling drug eluting stent coatings

July 17, 2015
Author(s)
James A. Warren, David Saylor, Christopher Forrey, Changsoo Kim
An overview of diff use interface models specific to drug eluting stent coatings is presented. Microscale heterogeneities, both in the coating and use environment, dictate the performance of these coatings. Using diffuse interface methods, these

Workshop Summary: Materials Genome Initiative: Materials Data

January 22, 2015
Author(s)
James A. Warren
A key objective for the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) is access to digital materials data. Access may be for an individual, a team, company, or an entire community of interest. There are several challenges to providing access to digital materials data

Irreversible thermodynamics of creep in crystalline solids

November 15, 2013
Author(s)
Yuri Mishin, James A. Warren, Robert F. Sekerka, William J. Boettinger
We develop an irreversible thermodynamics framework for the description of creep deformation in crystalline solids by mechanisms that involve vacancy diffusion and lattice site generation and annihilation. The material undergoing the creep deformation is

A diffuse-interface Model of Reactive Wetting with Intermetallic Formation

May 1, 2012
Author(s)
Walter Villaneuva, William J. Boettinger, Geoffrey B. McFadden, James A. Warren
A diffuse-interface model of reactive wetting with intermetallic formation is developed that incorporates fluid flow, phase change, and solute diffusion. The model is based on the total molar Gibbs energy of a ternary system with four phases. Numerical

The Effect of Substrate Material on Silver Nanoparticle Antimicrobial Efficacy

December 1, 2010
Author(s)
Benita Dair, Dave M. Saylor, T. E. Cargal, Grace R. French, Kristen M. Kennedy, Rachel S. Casas, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, Steven K. Pollack
With the advent of Nanotechnology, silver nanoparticles increasingly are being used in coatings, especially in medical device applications, to capitalize on their antimicrobial properties. The increased antimicrobial efficacy of nanoparticulate silver

Effect of Phase Change and Solute Diffusion on Spreading on a Dissolving Substrate

October 1, 2010
Author(s)
Walter Villanueva, William J. Boettinger, James A. Warren, Gustav Amberg
Dissolutive wetting is investigated numerically using a diffuse-interface model that incorporates fluid flow, solute diffusion, and phase change. A range of materials parameters are investigated that: 1) permits recovery of the hydrodynamic limit by

Predicting Microstructure Development During Casting of Drug Eluting Coatings

September 19, 2010
Author(s)
David M. Saylor, Jonathan E. Guyer, Daniel Wheeler, James A. Warren
We have devised a novel diffuse interface formulation to model the development of chem- ical and physical inhomogeneities, i.e. microstructure, during the process of casting drug eluting coatings. These inhomogeneities, which depend on the coating

Modeling Reactive Wetting when Inertial Effects are Dominant

June 30, 2010
Author(s)
Daniel Wheeler, James A. Warren, William J. Boettinger
Recent experimental studies of molten metal droplets wetting and spreading on high temperature reactive substrates have established that the majority of triple-line motion occurs when inertial effects are dominant. In light of these studies, this paper