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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work – Rustum Roy Symposium
Presentation Title Ultrasonic and Vibration Enhanced Materials Processing
Author(s) William LaCourse, Kade McGarrity, Brian Topper, Holly Shulman, Amit Maha, Volker Geyer
On-Site Speaker (Planned) William LaCourse
Abstract Scope Ultrasonic enhanced processing, an important industrial tool, is based on cavitation effects in liquids and/or induced mechanical stresses in viscous liquids and in solids. The present paper reviews existing and potential applications in processing and post-forming modification of polymers, glasses and ceramics, primarily by vibration-altered, stress-assisted diffusion and viscous flow processes. Proposed solid-surface modification by cavitation induced surface diffusion is also considered. Current and potential applications in processing include: 1: Glass melting, fining and homogenization 2: Sintering – Cold sintering. 3: Extrusion and molded optics. 4: Rapid annealing and enhanced stabilization of glass structures at high viscosity (> 1012 Pa-s). 5: Accelerated, and/or spatially enhanced ion-exchange and chemical strengthening. Mechanisms for enhanced diffusion and viscous flow limited processes are described. Current opportunities and the factors limiting wide-spread use, e.g.the lack of suitable high temperature materials, are discussed.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: At-meeting proceedings


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Magnetic Field-assisted Electrodeposition of Nickel Composite Coatings
Magnetic Field-Assisted Freeze Casting of Porous Ceramic Structures
Microwave Effects in Heterogenous Materials: A Study on Catalysis
Modeling Microstructural Evolution under Applied Magnetic Fields
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Surface-charge Mobility Theory: An Explanation for Certain "Microwave Effects"
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