Steps towards a Dislocation Ontology for Crystalline Materials
Published: 2021 Juni
Herausgeber: Raúl García-Castro, John Davies, Grigoris Antoniou, Carolina Fortuna
Buchtitel: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Semantic Digital Twins co-located with the 18th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2021)
Organisation: 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Digital Twins co-located with the 18th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2021)
The field of Materials Science is concerned with, e.g., prop- erties and performance of materials. An important class of materials are crystalline materials that usually contain “dislocations” – a line-like defect type. Dislocation decisively determine many important materi- als properties. Over the past decades, significant effort was put into understanding dislocation behavior across different length scales both with experimental characterization techniques as well as with simula- tions. However, for describing such dislocation structures there is still a lack of a common standard to represent and to connect dislocation do- main knowledge across different but related communities. An ontology offers a common foundation to enable knowledge representation and data interoperability, which are important components to establish a “digital twin”. This paper outlines the first steps towards the design of an onto- logy in the dislocation domain and shows a connection with the already existing ontologies in the materials science and engineering domain.
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