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Dear Prof. Dr.

Caglar Oskay

Thank you for your advice, It is my honor to be communicate with your


student.

--
Jan Setiawan, Dr.,

NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY


CENTER FOR NUCLEAR FUEL TECHNOLOGY
Kawasan Puspiptek Gd. 20 Setu 15310 Indonesia
P: 62 21 7560915 | F: 62 21 7560909 | M: 62 81574960681
W: www.batan.go.id

> Dear Jan,


>
> Thank you for your interest in our work. I copy my student, Xiang Zhang.
> You may want to communicate with him in case you have specific questions.
>
> I would like to mention that autocad would not be sufficient to perform
> this work. At the very least, you need a crystal plasticity code, a finite
> element code (e.g., ansys or abaqus) and a microstructure generation code
> such as dream3d or neper.
>
> Crystal plasticity models are sophisticated and requires some level of
> expertise to get them to run. You may want to collaborate with colleagues
> at your institution with computational mechanics expertise to get a code
> up and running, since you mention you have limited computational
> experience.
>
> I hope this helps,
>
> Best,
>
> Caglar Oskay, Ph.D.
> Chancellor Faculty Fellow
> Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
> Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
> Director of Graduate Studies in Civil Engineering
> Vanderbilt University
> VU Station B#351831
> 2301 Vanderbilt Place
> Nashville, TN 37235-1831
> Tel: (615) 343-0583 Fax: (615) 322-3365
> Email: caglar.oskay@vanderbilt.edu
> URL: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/mcml
>
>> On Apr 5, 2017, at 4:08 AM, Jan Setiawan <jansetiawan@batan.go.id>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Dear Prof. Dr. Caglar Oskay
>>
>> I am read your page about Finite Element Modeling of Fatigue and
>> Creep-Fatigue of Alloy 617. Currently, I am study about ductile and
>> fracture behavior of SS304, SS316 and alloy 617.
>>
>> After read your page
>> https://my.vanderbilt.edu/mcml/cv/crystal-plasticity-finite-element-modeling-of-
fatigue-and-creep-fatigue-of-alloy-617-at-high-temperature/
>>
>> I attracted to learn the methodology for modeling the mechanical
>> behavior.
>> Basically, I am not any expertise in computation, but I am well enough
>> to
>> use an AUTOCAD and similar application. Could you show me the mind
>> mapping
>> or something like that kind for starting the modelling? Specifically, I
>> am
>> not quite understand 5W+1H the parameter in experiment must be provided
>> to
>> supply the computation method?
>>
>> Thank you.
>>
>> Regards,
>> --
>> Jan Setiawan, Dr.,
>>
>> NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY
>> CENTER FOR NUCLEAR FUEL TECHNOLOGY
>> Kawasan Puspiptek Gd. 20 Setu 15310 Indonesia
>> P: 62 21 7560915 | F: 62 21 7560909 | M: 62 81574960681
>> W: www.batan.go.id
>>
>
>

Dear Xiang,

Thank you for your attention, my questions are basic for noncomputational
person,
My first question is about parameters to be set with some value or
observed in modelling (i.e boundary condition), are this value must be
provided from experimental or we can assume some value that possible to be
happen?
The second question, if the experimental results shows deviation (highly
different value) to the modelling results, based on your experience what
should I do? Change in parameters value or else?

Thank you.

Regards,
--
Jan Setiawan, Dr.,

NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY


CENTER FOR NUCLEAR FUEL TECHNOLOGY
Kawasan Puspiptek Gd. 20 Setu 15310 Indonesia
P: 62 21 7560915 | F: 62 21 7560909 | M: 62 81574960681
W: www.batan.go.id

> Hi Jan,
>
> Thanks for your interest in our work. Dr. Oskay already explained to you
> the necessary tool/skill sets needed for running CPFE simulation. Please
> let me know if you would like to discuss about a specific question.
> Thanks!
>
> Best,
>
> Xiang
>
>
>
> On 04/05/2017 07:15 AM, Oskay, Caglar wrote:
>> Dear Jan,
>>
>> Thank you for your interest in our work. I copy my student, Xiang Zhang.
>> You may want to communicate with him in case you have specific
>> questions.
>>
>> I would like to mention that autocad would not be sufficient to perform
>> this work. At the very least, you need a crystal plasticity code, a
>> finite element code (e.g., ansys or abaqus) and a microstructure
>> generation code such as dream3d or neper.
>>
>> Crystal plasticity models are sophisticated and requires some level of
>> expertise to get them to run. You may want to collaborate with
>> colleagues at your institution with computational mechanics expertise to
>> get a code up and running, since you mention you have limited
>> computational experience.
>>
>> I hope this helps,
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Caglar Oskay, Ph.D.
>> Chancellor Faculty Fellow
>> Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
>> Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
>> Director of Graduate Studies in Civil Engineering
>> Vanderbilt University
>> VU Station B#351831
>> 2301 Vanderbilt Place
>> Nashville, TN 37235-1831
>> Tel: (615) 343-0583 Fax: (615) 322-3365
>> Email: caglar.oskay@vanderbilt.edu
>> URL: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/mcml
>>
>>> On Apr 5, 2017, at 4:08 AM, Jan Setiawan <jansetiawan@batan.go.id>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Dear Prof. Dr. Caglar Oskay
>>>
>>> I am read your page about Finite Element Modeling of Fatigue and
>>> Creep-Fatigue of Alloy 617. Currently, I am study about ductile and
>>> fracture behavior of SS304, SS316 and alloy 617.
>>>
>>> After read your page
>>> https://my.vanderbilt.edu/mcml/cv/crystal-plasticity-finite-element-
modeling-of-fatigue-and-creep-fatigue-of-alloy-617-at-high-temperature/
>>>
>>> I attracted to learn the methodology for modeling the mechanical
>>> behavior.
>>> Basically, I am not any expertise in computation, but I am well enough
>>> to
>>> use an AUTOCAD and similar application. Could you show me the mind
>>> mapping
>>> or something like that kind for starting the modelling? Specifically, I
>>> am
>>> not quite understand 5W+1H the parameter in experiment must be provided
>>> to
>>> supply the computation method?
>>>
>>> Thank you.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> --
>>> Jan Setiawan, Dr.,
>>>
>>> NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY
>>> CENTER FOR NUCLEAR FUEL TECHNOLOGY
>>> Kawasan Puspiptek Gd. 20 Setu 15310 Indonesia
>>> P: 62 21 7560915 | F: 62 21 7560909 | M: 62 81574960681
>>> W: www.batan.go.id
>>>
>
>

CPFE

crystal plasticity code,


a finite element code
(e.g., ansys or abaqus) and
a microstructure generation code such as dream3d orneper