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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Failure, and a Career That is Anything But: An LMD Symposium Honoring J. Wayne Jones
Presentation Title Automotive Unobtanium: Material Challenges for the Future of Transportation
Author(s) Paul E. Krajewski, Nancy L. Johnson, Xingyi Yang, Selina Zhao, Janet Robincheck, Whitney Poling, Kai-Han Chang, Andrea Corrion
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Paul E. Krajewski
Abstract Scope The future of ground transportation promises significant changes to how vehicles travel, how they are propelled, and how customers experience the trip. Materials are the common enabler for this future, with the ability to impact autonomous driving, electrification, cabin experience and connectivity while providing superior performance and sustainable, green vehicles. This talk will first provide a vision for the future of automobiles and then identify key challenges in each of these areas including materials for batteries, sensors, displays, structures, and a variety of interior systems. The goal is to provide targets for the materials research community to help drive the development of these enabling materials.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned:
Keywords Energy Conversion and Storage, Electronic Materials, Sustainability


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Tear Resistance of AA7075-T6 Sheet at Room Temperature and 200 C
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Very High Cycle Fatigue (VHCF) Phenomena – Influence of Microstructure on Crack Growth in the Near-threshold Regime Investigated by Means of Ultrasonic Fatigue Testing

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