Additive technologies for new materials and systems

The subject area A5 is connected with development of additive technologies for obtaining new materials and systems based on them in the interconnect of A1-A4. Within A5, high competitiveness is provided in the field of design of fundamental and applied bases for additive technologies of new materials and systems (multiferroics, multi-layer absorbent coatings, shielding coatings, catalysts, and implants).
Research is aimed at development of new functional and structural materials and systems will be carried out on the basis of physical and mathematical modeling at the confluence of physics, chemistry, engineering and computational mechanics.

The following are under developments:

  • prospective effective composite materials, which have magnetoelectric effect ten times larger than the homogeneous materials and multilayered absorbing coatings
  • shielding covers on the basis of 3D-technology have been created created, wide-range equation of state of metals, alloys, refractory compounds for modeling the processes of structural and phase transformations in multicomponent systems at high energy impacts, realized in additive technologies
  • adequate physical and mathematical and computational models of multilevel modeling of systems and elements of constructions produced according to additive technologies for predicting their physical and mechanical properties and durability
  • physical and mathematical and computational models of structural and phase transformations in multicomponent systems at high energy impacts
  • multi-level computational models for forecasting thermodynamic and mechanical properties, including structural relations between different phases, taking into account the lattice dynamics and size effects in nano-scale, industrial materials, alloys based on steels and transition metals, nanostructured materials used in protective covers and electronic industry have been developed

Partners: ISPMS SB RAS, Department of Structural Macrokinetics SB RAS, IPCP RAS, JIHT RAS, IM UB RAS, RFNC-VNIIEF, RFNC-VNIITF, JSC “FSPC “Altai”; Technische Universität Berlin, Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany); Linköping University (Sweden); Arizona State University, Texas A&M University, College Station (USA).