Vol. 12, Year 2012:

4259-263Microstructure transformations in austempered ductile iron during deformation by dynamic hardness testMyszka, Dawid;Presz, Wojciech
4250-258Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Control of Industrial ProcessesGabriel Rojek, Jan Kusiak
4244-249Finite Element Simulation of self-heating effect and thermal fatigue of viscoelastic polymer compositesAndrzej Katunin
4233-243Numerical Simulation of Controlled Cooling of Rails as a Tool for Optimal Design of this ProcessR.Kuziak and M. Pietrzyk
4225-232Computer-aided design of relaxing holes in the medium voltage products made of epoxy resinMateusz Ambroziński, Tomasz, Nowak
3218-224Hybrid Computer System for the Design of Flat Rolling Technology – Case Study for Multiphase SteelLukasz Rauch
3207-217Development of two-dimensional CA model to simulate segregation of elements during the phase transformation of austenite to ferrite in terms of development of the high strength DP steelsJarosław Opara, Roman Kuziak, Hao Chen, Sybrand van der Zwaag
3197-206Realistic description of dual phase steels morphology on the basis of Monte Carlo methodLukasz Madej
3183-196Application of numerical solution of the diffusion equation to modelling phase transformation during heating of DP steels in the continuous annealing processMonika Pernach, Krzysztof Bzowski, Maciej Pietrzyk
3175-182Numerical modelling and validation of precipitations kinetics in advanced creep resistant austenitic steelVujic S., Farooq M., Sonderegger B., Sandström R., Sommitsch C.
3163-174Multiscale modelling of stress and strain partitioning in high strength dual phase steelsAlireza Asgari, Hassan Ghadbeigi, Chrostophe Pinna, Peter D. Hodgson
3152-162Determination of the critical parameters for the onset of dynamic recrystallization (DRX) in advanced ultra-high strength steels (A-UHSS) microalloyed with boronG.A. Guerrero, I.M. Granados, J.M.C. Marrero
3137-151Simulation of RX textures using a 3D Monte Carlo modelKnut Marthinsen and Egil Fjeldberg
3130-136Microstructure based flow curve modeling of high-Mn steels with TWIP and TRIP effectR. Twardowski, U. Prahl
3115-129Physical simulation of thermomechanical processing of new generation advanced high strength steelsAdam Grajcar, Roman Kuziak, Wojciech Ozgowicz, Klaudiusz Gołombek
2104-112Modelling and finite element analysis on multi-pass weldingFelix Koch, Marco Enderlein
297-103Role of numerical simulations in the selection of the best multi step forging technologyŁukasz Bącal, Mariusz Skórka
285-96Generation of dedicated finite element meshes for multiscale applications with Delaunay triangulation and adaptive finite element – cellular automata algorithmsL. Madej, F. Krużel, P. Cybułka, K. Perzyński, K. Banaś
270-84Selection of the efficient phase transformation model for steelsDanuta Szeliga
263-69Knowledge integration using ontological model for decision support in the process of die forgingSTANISŁAWA KLUSKA-NAWARECKA, JAROSŁAW DURAK, KRZYSZTOF REGULSKI
151-62Application of the Cellular Automata method to modelling lower bainite in steelsGrzegorz Jabłoński, Bogdan Pawłowski, Maciej Pietrzyk
137-50An evaluation of through-thickness deformation mechanisms in single point incremental sheet forming using a dual-level finite-element modelK Essa, P Hartley
120-36The new multiscale finite element model of multilayer ventricular assist deviceMagdalena Kopernik, Andrzej Milenin
19-19Growth of solid bodies in the framework of shape and topology optimizationJan Sokolowski, Jean-François Ganghoffer
11-8Multi-frontal multi-thread direct solver for finite element simulation of Step-and-Flash Imprint LithographyPaweł Obrok, Maciej Paszyński