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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Young Professional "Meet the Candidate" Interactive Session
Presentation Title MC-12: Understanding Fatigue Mechanisms through Microstructural Control
Author(s) Phalgun Nelaturu
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Phalgun Nelaturu
Abstract Scope EDUCATION •PhD in Materials Science and Engineering, May 2016, University of North Texas •MS in Materials Science and Engineering, Dec 2010, University of Florida •B. Tech in Metallurgical Engineering, May 2008, National Institute of Technology, India EXPERIENCE My PhD is focused on understanding fatigue mechanisms at ambient and elevated temperatures. Some of the accomplishments during my PhD are- •Identified the change in fatigue cracking mechanism with temperature in aluminum alloys (a novel contribution to fatigue literature). •Improved the fatigue life of cast aluminum alloys through by friction stir processing (FSP). •Understood the influence of microstructure and temperature on cyclic deformation. •Enhanced the room temperature ductility of magnesium alloys (considered a grand challenge) via FSP. I am determined to apply my expertise (metal fatigue, FSP, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), fractography, electron back scattered diffraction (EBSD), and mechanical testing) to conduct seminal research in understanding material behavior for automotive and aerospace applications.
Proceedings Inclusion? Definite: None Selected

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

MC-11: Sivanesh Palanivel: Expertise in Processing, Additive Manufacturing, Characterization, and Computation
MC-12: Understanding Fatigue Mechanisms through Microstructural Control
MC-13: Nano-mechanical Behavior of High Entropy Alloy and Bulk Metallic Glass
MC-14: Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Response by ‘Design and Modeling’
MC-15: Achieving Exceptional Properties in High Temperature Materials Using Friction Stir Processing (FSP)
MC-16: Friction Stir Welding of Aluminum 7000 Series Alloys
MC-17: Fabrication of Microchannel Monolithic Heat Exchanger Using Additive Manufacturing
MC-1: Seeking Broader Applications of Materials Science
MC-2: Controlling Microstructure for Smart Applications through FSP Advisor - Dr. Rajiv Mishra
MC-3: Experimental Micro and Nanoscale Mechanics with Microsecond Temporal Resolution for MEMS Applications
MC-4: A Engineer Fighting for 3D IC Development - Jen-Jui Yu
MC-5: Physical Metallurgist with Expertise in Computational and Experimental Techniques
MC-6: Nanomaterials for Energy Applications
MC-7: Metallugical Studies of Dr. Takahiro Kunimine
MC-8: Modeling of Microstructural Evolution Accompanying Phase Transformations
MC-9: Microelectronic & Nanoelectronic Packaging and Thermoelectric Devices

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