Microstructure evolution upon deformation in metallic glasses via molecular dynamics simulations - Prof. Kong Lingti, School of Material Science and Engineering
Project:  Microstructure evolution upon deformation in metallic glasses via molecular dynamics simulations
Abstract:  Metallic glasses, or amorphous alloys, are materials that lack long range order, and therefore have no structure defects like dislocations which govern the plastic deformation of crystals. Consequently, an atomistic exploration of their microstructure evolution upon deformation is of significance to both the understanding of its deformation mechanism and the development of new metallic glass or metallic glass based materials. In this project, molecular dynamics simulations based on embedded atom method empirical potentials will be employed to study the microstructure evolution of some typical metallic glasses upon deformation in terms of various structure characterization parameters, aiming to improve the current understanding of the deformation mechanism of metallic glasses.
Research team: 
  1. Lingti Kong, Associate Research Professor, School of Material Science and Engineering;
  2. Bin Xu, Ph. D candidate, School of Materials Science and Engineering;
  3. Chen Qi, Ph. D candidate, School of Materials Science and Engineering;
Contact:  konglt@sjtu.edu.cn 021-34203961

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