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Title: Software Modeling Environment for Solving Problems of Structurally Inhomogeneous Materials
Authors: Pasternak, Viktoriya
Ruban, Artem
Surianinov, Mykola
Otrosh, Yurii
Romin, Andrey
Keywords: smart-eye complex
scanning microscope
micrograph of samples,
etching process
iterative process
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Switzerland
Citation: Trans Tech Publications Ltd
Series/Report no.: 1068;
Abstract: In this scientific study, the main properties of structurally inhomogeneous materials are predicted by computer modelling methods. The automatic combination of a scanning microscope and a program cell makes it possible to view the procedure in detail before and after etching with the necessary increase in resolution. Based on the results obtained, we constructed a graphical dependence of the particle sizes of 40 XН steel on the iterative process, and also studied in detail the procedure for the effect of different particle sizes on porosity. We modelled 2D and 3D drawings of the PRT–7 shaft part. We justified the predicted number of properties, in particular: porosity, particle shape, grain size, microstructure of the sample surface, pre-etching process, postetching process, as well as the main advantages of the iterative process.
Description: Modern scientific and technological progress has always been, is, and will always be inextricably linked with the emergence of new ways of qualitative research of materials and products [1, 2]. Including with the specified and initial parameters, or with their own acquired unique (unusual) characteristics [3, 4]. This will allow creating and implementing new progressive and resourcesaving technologies, as well as creating new equipment or improving it with a modern software environment [5, 6]. It should be noted that new materials also include porous materials, structurally inhomogeneous materials, and composites
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