ICAMS / Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation

Advanced Study Group Input Data and Validation (LWW)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gunther EggelerProf. Dr.-Ing. Jan Frenzel

The Advanced Study Group (ASG) Input Data and Validation (IDV) is located at the Chair for Materials Science and Engineering of the Institute for Materials at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. The advanced study group links the experimental activities at the Chair for Materials Science and Engineering to the modelling efforts of ICAMS. It generates experimental input data and validates model predictions where required.The ASG Input Data and Validation was instrumental in implementing ICAMS at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, after its foundation in 2007. It continuously interacts with ICAMS scientists in various research projects. Examples for collaborations are:

The ASG study group IDV is presently at the heart of a collaborative research centre on Ni-base superalloy single crystals funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), SFB/TR 103 which started work in 2012. All three ICAMS departments actively participate in SFB/TR 103 where they promote the field of scale bridging modelling.

ti_ta_190x164Microstructure of a Ti-Ta high temperature shape memory alloy after creep.Bridgman furnace, operated with the STKS department. 

EBSD images showing the step-by-step martensitic transformation in the Fe-30 at.% Ni system.

Recent publications

A. Biswas, M. Ramaswamy Guru Prasad, N. Vajragupta, A. Kostka et al. Effect of grain statistics on micromechanical modeling: the example of additively manufactured materials examined by electron backscatter diffraction Advanced Engineering Materials, Wiley Online Library, Germany, 22, 1901416, (2020)

D. Naujoks, M. Schneider, S. Salomon, J. Pfetzing-Micklich et al. Experimental and theoretical investigation on phase formation and mechanical properties in Cr–Co–Ni alloys processed using a novel thin-film quenching technique ACS Combinatorial Science, 22, 232-247, (2020)

A. Ferrari, A. Paulsen, D. Langenkämper, D. Piorunek et al. Discovery of ω-free high-temperature Ti-Ta-X shape memory alloys from first-principles calculations Physical Review Materials, 3, 103605, (2019)

H. C. Wang, C. Somsen, Y. J. Li, S. G. Fries et al. Effect of Nb on improving the impact toughness of Mo-containing low-alloyed steels Journal of Materials Science, 54, 7307–7321, (2019)

T. Kalfhaus, M. Schneider, B. Ruttert, D. Sebold et al. Repair of Ni-based single-crystal superalloys using vacuum plasma spray Materials and Design, 168, 107656, (2019)

See also for this department: Members Publications