Materials Processing

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There is a vast demand for improving production efficiency and component performance, which is strongly relied on fundamental understanding of material processing mechanisms, as well as their correlation with the optimization of process operating conditions. Materials processing is a highly coupled interaction between materials and tools, in particular for the process operating in the microscopic. With the aid of advanced computational methods, the ongoing material processing can be directly monitored and analyzed, which provides valuable insights into the correlation between microscopic material deformation behavior and marcoscopic processing results. As an important supplement for experiments, the predicted results by computational investigation facilitate the rational design of experimental material processing.


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Junjie Zhang  

Center for Precision Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, People's Republic of China

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