Integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) is an emerging discipline that can accelerate materials development and unify design and manufacturing. Developing ICME is a grand challenge that could provide significant economic benefit. To help develop a strategy for development of this new technology area, DOE and DoD asked the NRC to explore its benefits and promises, including the benefits of a comprehensive ICME capability; to establish a strategy for development and maintenance of an ICME infrastructure, and to make recommendations about how best to meet these opportunities. This book provides a vision for ICME, a review of case studies and lessons learned, an analysis of technological barriers, and an evaluation of ways to overcome cultural and organizational challenges to develop the discipline.
Table of Contents
|1 A Vision for Integrated Computational Materials Engineering||8-35|
|2 Case Studies and Lessons Learned||36-66|
|3 Technological Barriers: Computational, Experimental, and Integration Needs for ICME||67-101|
|4 The Way Forward: Overcoming Cultural and Organizational Challenges||102-126|
|Appendix A: Committee Membership||127-134|
|Appendix B: Acronyms and Abbreviations||135-138|
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