Applying ICME in Joining and Additive Manufacturing
EWI uses integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) methods to analyze correlations between processing conditions, thermal response, microstructures, and mechanical properties to predict performance in joining and additive manufacturing. The resulting information is used to create unique tools for modeling and simulation with the potential to deliver huge time and cost savings to manufacturers.
EWI Senior Technology Leader Jerry Gould has written Overview of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Tools Used at EWI. You are invited to download this paper – for FREE – by submitting the form on this page. To discuss this paper with the author or learn more about EWI’s ICME work, contact [email protected].
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