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Title: Dallas R. Trinkle | MatSE at the University of Illinois | start

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Description:Dallas R. Trinkle research group.
... defects in materials and chemical effects on mechanical properties of advanced structural metals such as plasticity phase transformations and solidification Defects play a crucial role in material properties and predicting defect properties at atomic length scales is a challenging area of computational research Improving and controlling mechanical behavior of structural metals is key to improving energy efficiency through weight reduction automotive and aerospace or increasing operational temperatures turbines for aerospace and energy production We use atomistic methods electronic structure tight binding classical potentials coupled to larger length scale models continuum elasticity statistical mechanics to predict properties for real materials We also work with and build approximate atomistic models that are computationally faster than electronic structure to directly study longer length and time scales Finally we use and construct new techniques that extend the geometric limitations in electronic structure methods These techniques find application across all areas of materials science metals semiconductors ceramics and even polymers See current research projects and publications for more information about what we do You can also see the UIUC CSE Fall 2013 seminar Dislocations with first principles From defects to materials behavior in magnesium We have recently put our magnesium solute database online Also see...

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