A possible method of computer-aided design of materials with a highly porous matrix structure based on the method of moving cellular automata

S. G. Psakh'e, D. D. Moiseenko, A. I. Dmitriev, E. V. Shil'ko, S. Yu Korostelev, A. Yu Smolin, E. E. Deryugin, S. N. Kul'kov

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    Abstract

    The method of moving cellular automata was used to model a sample of ZrO2 ceramic with a matrix structure under conditions of uniaxial compression. Studies were made of the strength and type of damage to the initial structure and its modifications. Particular attention was devoted to studying the influence of characteristics of the matrix structure on the formation and suppression of internal stress macroconcentrators. It is shown that the method of moving cellular automata can be used for the computer-aided design of matrix materials with a complex structure by specifically influencing the formation and evolution of stress macroconcentrators.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)154-156
    Number of pages3
    JournalTechnical Physics Letters
    Volume24
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - Feb 1998

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    cellular automata
    computer aided design
    matrix materials
    matrices
    residual stress
    retarding
    ceramics
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    Psakh'e, S. G., Moiseenko, D. D., Dmitriev, A. I., Shil'ko, E. V., Korostelev, S. Y., Smolin, A. Y., ... Kul'kov, S. N. (1998). A possible method of computer-aided design of materials with a highly porous matrix structure based on the method of moving cellular automata. Technical Physics Letters, 24(2), 154-156.

    A possible method of computer-aided design of materials with a highly porous matrix structure based on the method of moving cellular automata. / Psakh'e, S. G.; Moiseenko, D. D.; Dmitriev, A. I.; Shil'ko, E. V.; Korostelev, S. Yu; Smolin, A. Yu; Deryugin, E. E.; Kul'kov, S. N.

    In: Technical Physics Letters, Vol. 24, No. 2, 02.1998, p. 154-156.

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    Psakh'e, SG, Moiseenko, DD, Dmitriev, AI, Shil'ko, EV, Korostelev, SY, Smolin, AY, Deryugin, EE & Kul'kov, SN 1998, 'A possible method of computer-aided design of materials with a highly porous matrix structure based on the method of moving cellular automata', Technical Physics Letters, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 154-156.
    Psakh'e, S. G. ; Moiseenko, D. D. ; Dmitriev, A. I. ; Shil'ko, E. V. ; Korostelev, S. Yu ; Smolin, A. Yu ; Deryugin, E. E. ; Kul'kov, S. N. / A possible method of computer-aided design of materials with a highly porous matrix structure based on the method of moving cellular automata. In: Technical Physics Letters. 1998 ; Vol. 24, No. 2. pp. 154-156.
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