Arun Prakash
Arun Prakash
Group Leader / Senior Scientist, Micromechanical Materials Modeling (MiMM), Institute for Mechanics
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Simulation of micromechanical behavior of polycrystals: finite elements versus fast Fourier transforms
A Prakash, RA Lebensohn
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 17, 064010, 2009
Modeling the evolution of texture and grain shape in Mg alloy AZ31 using the crystal plasticity finite element method
A Prakash, SM Weygand, H Riedel
Computational Materials Science 45 (3), 744-750, 2009
Atom probe informed simulations of dislocation–precipitate interactions reveal the importance of local interface curvature
A Prakash, J Guénolé, J Wang, J Müller, E Spiecker, MJ Mills, I Povstugar, ...
Acta Materialia 92, 33-45, 2015
Twinning Models in Self-Consistent Texture Simulations of TWIP Steels
A Prakash, T Hochrainer, E Reisacher, H Riedel
Steel Research International 79 (8), 645-652, 2008
Quantifying eigenstrain distributions induced by focused ion beam damage in silicon
AM Korsunsky, J Guénolé, E Salvati, T Sui, M Mousavi, A Prakash, ...
Materials Letters 185, 47-49, 2016
A Multiscale Simulation Framework of the Accumulative Roll Bonding Process Accounting for Texture Evolution
A Prakash, WG Nöhring, RA Lebensohn, HW Höppel, E Bitzek
Materials Science and Engineering A, 2015
Influence of grain boundary structure and topology on the plastic deformation of nanocrystalline aluminum as studied by atomistic simulations
A Prakash, D Weygand, E Bitzek
International Journal of Plasticity 97, 107-125, 2017
Atomistic simulations of focused ion beam machining of strained silicon
J Guénolé, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Applied Surface Science 416, 86-95, 2017
Nanosculpt: A methodology for generating complex realistic configurations for atomistic simulations
A Prakash, M Hummel, S Schmauder, E Bitzek
MethodsX 3, 219-230, 2016
A hierarchical multi-scale model for hexagonal materials taking into account texture evolution during forming simulation
WJ He, SH Zhang, A Prakash, D Helm
Computational Materials Science 82, 464-475, 2014
FE2AT:finite element informed atomistic simulations
JJ Möller, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Multiscale Materials Modeling: Approaches to Full Multiscaling, 2016
FE2AT—finite element informed atomistic simulations
JJ Möller, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 21 (5), 055011, 2013
High Lightweight Potential of Ultrafine‐Grained Aluminum/Steel Laminated Metal Composites Produced by Accumulative Roll Bonding
F Kümmel, B Diepold, KF Sauer, C Schunk, A Prakash, HW Höppel, ...
Advanced Engineering Materials 21 (1), 1800286, 2019
Idealized vs. Realistic Microstructures: An Atomistic Simulation Case Study on γ/γ′ Microstructures
A Prakash, E Bitzek
Materials 10, 88, 2017
Influence of intrinsic strain on irradiation induced damage: the role of threshold displacement and surface binding energies
J Guénolé, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Materials & Design 111, 405-413, 2016
Atomistic Simulations of Compression Tests on γ-Precipitate Containing Ni3Al Nanocubes
F Houllé, F Walsh, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 49 (9), 4158-4166, 2018
Computational micromechanics of polycrystals: Special emphasis on twinning and recrystallization in Mg alloys and TWIP steels
A Prakash
Shaker, 2010
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Texture Development during Hot Rolling of Magnesium Alloy AZ31
C Schmidt, R Kawalla, T Walde, H Riedel, A Prakash, C Poizat
Materials science forum 539, 3448-3453, 2007
Experimental and numerical investigation of texture development during hot rolling of magnesium alloy AZ31
C Schmidt, R Kawalla, T Walde, H Riedel, A Prakash, C Poizat
Materials science forum 539, 3448-3453, 2007
Assessment and optimization of the fast inertial relaxation engine (fire) for energy minimization in atomistic simulations and its implementation in lammps
J Guénolé, WG Nöhring, A Vaid, F Houllé, Z Xie, A Prakash, E Bitzek
Computational Materials Science 175, 109584, 2020
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