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Topic: Abaqus crystallinity
Hi,
I would like to know, if there is any possibility to make a simulation and then an analysis of crystallinity degree during laser cladding of bioactive glass coatings on titanium substrate?(In abaqus environment, there is an option to model welding with some help of Abaqus welding interface, but I'm not sure if there is any possibility to programme the crystallinity growth ) I have equation describing this phenomena, is there any possibility to put it there? I've heared that I can create a fortran subroutine but I can't find any example of fortran subroutine relating to crystallinity(What is more creating this kind of program is uncommonly hard for me because I'm rookie with programming). Has any made something similar to this? Can anyone help me? or give me a contact to someone who can possibly have knowledge about it? I really need it to make my master thesis on my studies. I've created whole model and perform welding and now I need only to get information about the crystallization, which occur in deposited glass layer.

I would be most grateful if you would look into this matter as soon as possible, because it is really urgent for my. Sorry guys for bothering you.

Kindest regards,:)

Steczkowski Patryk

by Steczkowski Patryk Fri Oct 14 08:20:32 UTC 2016

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