|About this Abstract
||2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Advanced Characterization Techniques for Quantifying and Modeling Deformation
||Time-dependent Characterization at the Mesoscale: The MaRIE Project at Los Alamos National Laboratory
||Cris Barnes, Ellen K. Cerreta
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
To see with time-dependence into and through the mesoscale requires: x-rays; coherent; brilliant and high repetition-rate; of sufficient high energy; and with multiple probes at multiple scales. Technical revolutions in x-ray lasers and their brilliance (for time-dependence) combined with coherent imaging (allowing high-resolution observation of microstructure) enable the study of dynamic mesoscale processes. For high Z materials and mechanisms responsible for material response and microstructural evolution that require characterization at the extremes of spatial and temporal resolution a new capability at higher photon energy and faster and more flexible pulse timing is needed. The Department of Energy has begun a project, MaRIE, to provide this capability designed to interrogate dynamic materials science at the mesoscale. Here, the conceptual design of MaRIE as a 42-keV x-ray free electron laser and other experimental systems and descriptions of typical first experiments to understand Dynamic Materials Performance and Process-Aware Manufacturing will be discussed.
||Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume