Multiscale design of supermaterials frontier for high performance engineering

  1. Jaime Ortún Palacios 11
  2. Sarah Fadda 24
  3. Violeta Yeguas García 11
  4. Roberto Serrano López 11
  5. Antonio Mario Locci 4
  6. Francesco Delogu 4
  7. Nicolás A. Cordero Tejedor 113
  8. Santiago Cuesta López 11
  1. 1 Universidad de Burgos

    Universidad de Burgos

    Burgos, España


  2. 2 Imperial College London

    Imperial College London

    Londres, Reino Unido


  3. 3 Universidad de Granada

    Universidad de Granada

    Granada, España


  4. 4 University of Cagliari

    University of Cagliari

    Cagliari, Italia


III Jornadas de Doctorandos de la Universidad de Burgos: Universidad de Burgos, 15 y 16 de diciembre de 2016
  1. Joaquín A. Pacheco Bonrostro (dir.)
  2. José Luis Cuesta Gómez (coord.)

Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones e Imagen Institucional ; Universidad de Burgos

ISBN: 978-84-16283-30-9

Year of publication: 2016

Pages: 251-254

Congress: Jornadas de Doctorandos de la Universidad de Burgos (3. 2016. Burgos)

Type: Conference paper


Currently, some of the most important limitations for the optimal design of nanostructured materials with tailored properties are the lack of tools for predictive modelling on the damage suffered and their mechanical behaviour. Note that being able to predict final properties by multiscale modelling is an anticipated design capacity that saves costs and allows designing Optimal solutions in an efficient manner what at level of production line and innovation has indisputable advantages. Therefore, the design of metal matrix composites (MMCs) and nanoscale metallic multilayer composites (NMMCs) is a particularly attractive strategy for the development of a new generation of multifunctional materials with a tremendous number of industrial possibilities.