The LightMAT resource network contains capabilities from the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory system. This search function enables you to view and filter these capabilities within LightMAT.
Many of the capabilities listed on this page are user facilities managed by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. Each user facility has established processes for submitting a proposal and gaining access. Visit http://science.energy.gov/user-facilities/user-resources/getting-started for more information.
|Additively Manufactured High Performance Carbon Fiber Composites||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||LLNL has developed a capability for additively manufacturing carbon fiber thermoset composites via direct ink writing micro-extrusion technology. LLNL can control fiber placement in 2.5 dimensions...|
|Top-down Design and Processing of Light Weight Alloys||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory||Large volume manufacturing of complex geometry components such as cylinder heads, engine block and turbo charger compressor impellers require castable ligh weight alloys that retain mechanical...|
|Non-Destructive Characterization and Evaluation||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Non-Destructive Characterization Institute, staff research, design, and build novel systems and methods for government, industry, and academia to...|
|Phase-Field Modeling of Microstructure Evolution of Lightweight Materials||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||The mechanical properties and behaviors of lightweight metallic alloys are largely dictated by their microstructures at various length scales, ranging from nanoscale precipitate morphologies to...|
|Dislocation Core Engineering for Improved Mechanical Properties of Magnesium Alloys||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||The increased use of magnesium alloys in the automotive industry continues to drive intensive efforts to optimize/tailor their properties to various potential applications in cars. Finding an optimal...|
|Materials Implementation, Database, and Analysis Source||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||The web-based Materials Implementation, Database, and Analysis Source tool, known as MIDAS, allows users to explore strength models under a variety of conditions and compare the model parameters to...|
|Crystal Mechanics and Experiments||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides classical crystal plasticity models for cubic and hexagonal symmetry materials, which includes treatment of both dislocation-glide- and twinning-based...|
|Predicting the Strength of Lightweight Alloys Using a Multiscale Approach||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory employs a multiscale strength model, where strength depends on pressure, strain rate, temperature, and evolving dislocation density, that has proven to be an...|
|Joining, Electron Beam, Laser Beam, and Brazing||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory provides varied capabilities related to materials joining, including microstructural evolution during thermal processing of metals and alloys, kinetics of non-...|
|Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscope||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||The Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscope, or DTEM, is a unique in situ electron microscope at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory that is designed to observe fast materials processes at the...|
|Light Materials Microstructural and Mechanical Characterization||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory||Staff from Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories compose an established materials characterization team with long-term experience in mechanical and microstructural measurements under...|