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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2017
Symposium Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization
Presentation Title Applying In Situ S/TEM Microscopy to Structural Materials Using MEMS-based Closed-cell Gas-reactions – Challenges and Prospects
Author(s) Kinga A. Unocic, Harry M. Meyer III, Dale K Hensley, Wilbur C Bigelow, Lawrence F Allard
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Kinga A. Unocic
Abstract Scope MEMS-based closed-cell gas-reaction specimen holders offer unique opportunities for in situ TEM/STEM studies of the behavior of samples such as catalyst powders at elevated temperatures and in different gas environments up to a full atmosphere pressure. Applying this technology to study structural materials experiences challenges with sample preparation and at the same time creates opportunities for new process development. This talk will address issues with different methods for sample preparation of structural materials such as NiAl and example of possible way to solve it. Example of in situ S/TEM characterization of the oxidation of NiAl at different temperatures in flowing air at atmospheric pressure will be presented.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Publication outside of MS&T


A Metallographic Study on the Diffusion Behavior and Microstructural Transformations in Silicon-containing Powder Metallurgy Steels
Advanced Analytical Microscopy: Metallographic Characterization for the Next Fifty Years
Applying In Situ S/TEM Microscopy to Structural Materials Using MEMS-based Closed-cell Gas-reactions – Challenges and Prospects
Characterization of Transition-iron-carbide Precipitates
Correlating Variability in Fatigue Life with Fracture Mechanisms in a Near-αTitanium Alloy
Delving into the World of Grain Boundaries with Electron Microscopy
How Microscopy Can Help to Save Energy, Save Lives, Create Jobs and Improve Our Health
Improving the Precision of Microindentation Hardness Data
K-3: Automated Optical Microstructural Characterization of Thermal Spray Coatings
K-4: Advances in Automated Optical 3D Materials Characterization
Metallographic Analysis of Cu-Nb Nanolaminates Using Polarized Light Optical Microscopy
Microanalysis of Microscopy Evaluation of Mechanical Property Changes due to Low Temperature Thermal Treatment of a Steel
Microstructural Developments in Dual-phase and Advanced High Strength Steels
Next Step in Complex Microstructure Classification – How to Replace Subjective Expert Bias by 3D Information and Autonomous Procedures?
Oxidation Behavior of Tungsten Carbide-6% Cobalt Cemented Carbide
Proclamation, Publication and Progress
Quantitative Microstructure Analysis by TriBeam Tomography
Three Dimensional (3D) Analysis of White Etching Regions in AISI M50 Bearing Steel

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