On mathematical aspects of evolution of dislocation density in metallic materials

11/17/2020 ∙ by Natalia Czyżewska, et al. ∙ 0

This paper deals with the solution of delay differential equations describing evolution of dislocation density in metallic materials. Hardening, restoration, and recrystallization characterizing the evolution of dislocation populations provide the essential equation of the model. The last term transforms ordinary differential equation (ODE) into delay differential equation (DDE) with strong (in general, Hölder) nonlinearity. We prove upper error bounds for the explicit Euler method, under the assumption that the right-hand side function is Hölder continuous and monotone which allows us to compare accuracy of other numerical methods in our model (e.g. Runge-Kutta), in particular when explicit formulas for solutions are not known. Finally, we test the above results in simulations of real industrial process.

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