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Probabilistic automated alloy development

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Increasingly stringent and numerous demands are being placed on alloys used for high temperature structural applications. For such applications, the successful development of new alloys requires them to exceed numerous property targets. In this work, a new efficient fully automated probabilistic approach utilizing importance sampling has been used to design alloys.

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