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Virtual Kinetics of Materials Laboratory : Polycrystalline Growth and Coarsening

By Michael Waters1, R. Edwin García2, Alex Bartol2

1. University of Michigan 2. Purdue University

Simulates Growth, Impingement, and Coarsening of a Two Dimensional Polycrystal

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Version 0.2.1 - published on 27 Apr 2015

doi:10.4231/D3028PF0Z cite this

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Location of all "Virtual Kinetics of Materials Laboratory : Polycrystalline Growth and Coarsening" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

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Users By Organization Type
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Educational - University 207 (59.14%)
Unidentified 111 (31.71%)
Government Agency 10 (2.86%)
Industry 10 (2.86%)
National Lab 7 (2%)
Military 2 (0.57%)
Educational - Pre-College 2 (0.57%)
Unemployed 1 (0.29%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 143 (70.79%)
in INDIA 15 (7.43%)
cn CHINA 10 (4.95%)
fr FRANCE 6 (2.97%)
de GERMANY 6 (2.97%)
ca CANADA 6 (2.97%)
gb UNITED KINGDOM 5 (2.48%)
br BRAZIL 4 (1.98%)
es SPAIN 4 (1.98%)
ch SWITZERLAND 3 (1.49%)

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Wall Clock Time 2.08 hours 88.73 days
CPU time 4.79 minutes 3.4 days
Interaction Time 26.31 minutes 18.71 days

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