Atomistic dynamics of crack propagation in complex metallic alloys


Frohmut Rsch;Hans-Rainer Trebin;


<正>To understand fracture mechanisms in macroscopic devices,one has to know the processes on the atomic scale.These are hardly accessible by experiments,in particular when dynamic aspects are the center of interest.They are also not included in the classical elastic theory of fracture.Computer simulations have proven to be a useful tool to examine fracture processes on an atomic level.In


molecular dynamics simulations;;lattice trapping;;Laves;;quasicrystals;;complex metallic alloys;;ab-initio;;interatomic potentials


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  • [1] Interatomic potentials and the simulation of fracture: C15NbCr 2, International Journal of Fracture,
  • [2] F. R?sch;;H.-R. Trebin;;P. Gumbsch, Fracture of complex metallic alloys: an atomistic study of model systems, Philosophical Magazine,
  • [3] F.Rsch,;C.Rudhart;J.Roth;H.-R.Trebin;P.Gumbsch, Dynamic fracture of icosahedral model quasicrystals:A molecular dynamics study, Phys.Rev.B, Physical Review B Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (Physical Review B Condensed Matter and Materials Physics)
  • [4] F.Rsch,;H.-R.Trebin;P.Gumbsch, Fracture of complex metallic alloys:An atomistic study of model systems, Phil.Mag, Philosophical Magazine (Philosophical Magazine)

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