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Advanced Computational Modeling and Simulations for Engineering Structures and Multifunctional Materials: Bridging Theory and Practice

Submission Deadline: 31 January 2025 View: 747 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Dr. S. M. Anas, Jamia Millia Islamia (A Central University), India
Dr. Rayeh Nasr Al-Dala'ien, Al-Balqa Applied University (BAU), Jordan

Summary

In the rapidly evolving field of engineering and materials science, the integration of computational modeling and simulations has become indispensable. These tools not only facilitate the understanding of complex behaviors in engineering structures and materials but also drive innovation in designing new materials with tailored properties. The proposed special issue aims to bring together cutting-edge research and real-world applications of computational modeling and simulations, highlighting their pivotal role in addressing contemporary engineering challenges. Scope and Objectives: This special issue will focus on the latest advancements in computational modeling and simulations applied to engineering structures and multifunctional materials.


We invite contributions that explore new methodologies, innovative applications, and interdisciplinary approaches. The objective is to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to share their findings, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange across various domains.

 

Key Topics:

1. Novel Computational Techniques: - Development and application of advanced algorithms in structural analysis and material science. - Machine learning and AI-driven models for predicting material behavior and structural performance. - High-performance computing (HPC) for large-scale simulations of complex systems.

2. Engineering Applications: - Real-world case studies demonstrating the application of computational models in civil, mechanical, aerospace, and materials engineering. - Simulation-based design and optimization of modern engineering structures. - Integration of IoT and cyber-physical systems in monitoring and maintaining engineering structures.

3. Materials Modeling: - Multi-scale modeling approaches for understanding and designing multifunctional materials. - Simulation of material properties and behaviors under various environmental conditions. - Materials genome initiatives and their impact on material discovery and development.

4. Interdisciplinary Approaches: - Combining computational modeling with experimental techniques for enhanced material characterization. - Data-driven approaches in materials science and engineering. - Collaborative research bridging computer science, materials science, and engineering disciplines.

5. Challenges and Future Directions: - Addressing the challenges in computational modeling of complex materials and structures. - Future trends and emerging technologies in computational simulations. - Ethical and sustainability considerations in computational research. Real-World Scenarios: The special issue will feature articles that not only advance theoretical understanding but also showcase practical applications. Examples include: - Predictive maintenance of infrastructure through digital twins and simulations. - Design of resilient materials for extreme environments, inspired by computational studies. - Use of AI and big data analytics in optimizing the lifecycle of engineering structures.

The proposed special issue aims to serve as a comprehensive resource for the latest advancements in computational modeling and simulations, providing valuable insights and fostering innovation in engineering structures and multifunctional materials. We are confident that this special issue will attract high-quality contributions from leading researchers and practitioners, significantly advancing the field. We look forward to receiving your valuable contributions and to facilitating the dissemination of cutting-edge research through this special issue.  


Keywords

- Computational Modeling
- Engineering Structures
- Multifunctional Materials
- High-Performance Computing
- Machine Learning
- Structural Analysis
- Materials Genome
- Simulation-Based Design
- Data-Driven Approaches
- Digital Twins
- Interdisciplinary Research

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