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Time Dependent Constitutive Behavior and Fracture/Failure Processes, Volume 3
To exploit new hybrid nickel-based superalloys, physics-based computational models are needed to predict material properties and describe material behavior during exposure to complex life cycles. Such models will allow an iterative assessment of microstructural morphology as related to mechanical properties prior to production of large-scale test specimens or components, thereby reducing development time and cost. Development of these models is currently hindered by a gap in the understandingdoi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9794-4_7 fatcat:krngszjhrjcv5ohuyncgfbwu6i