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20.06.2018 | Thematic Section: 4th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering

Systems Design Approach to Low-Cost Coinage Materials

A systems approach within an integrated computational materials engineering framework was used to design three new low-cost seamless replacement coinage alloys to reduce the raw material cost of the current US coinage alloys. Maintaining …

20.06.2018 | Thematic Section: 4th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Open Access

An ICME Process Chain for Diffusion Brazing of Alloy 247

A virtual process chain for diffusion brazing of Ni-based superalloys is presented for the example of Alloy 247. Besides phase-field simulation of different brazing processes, the chain includes solidification with equiaxed and columnar …

15.06.2018 | Technical Article

A Comparative Study of Feature Selection Methods for Stress Hotspot Classification in Materials

The first step in constructing a machine learning model is defining the features of the dataset that can be used for optimal learning. In this work, we discuss feature selection methods, which can be used to build better models, as well as achieve …

29.05.2018 | Technical Article

Machine Learning Prediction of Heat Capacity for Solid Inorganics

Many thermodynamic calculations and engineering applications require the temperature-dependent heat capacity (Cp) of a material to be known a priori. First-principle calculations of heat capacities can stand in place of experimental information …

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Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation is committed to building a seamless and dynamic materials and manufacturing design framework supporting the accelerated discovery, development, and application of materials and processes. The journal explores innovations from the discovery of materials through their manufacture that support the practice of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME). IMMI focuses on presenting new experimental and computational tools, data analysis and management methods, and valuable multiscale datasets, and on the impact the use of an ICME approach has on advancing materials and manufacturing technologies.

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