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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Characterization of Materials through High Resolution Coherent Imaging
Presentation Title High Speed Tomographic Imaging of Materials during Uniaxial Loading
Author(s) Brian M. Patterson, Nikhilesh Chawla, Sudhanshu Singh, Angel Ovejero, Jason Williams, Xianghui Xiao, Kevin Henderson, Robin Pacheco, Nikolaus Cordes, James Mertens
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Brian M. Patterson
Abstract Scope Understanding the effects of material composition, geometry, aging, and processing upon the overall material performance requires a detailed understanding of their initial morphology and how the morphology changes under external stimuli. Synchrotron light sources, such as the APS, afford materials researchers unprecedented X-ray flux to help unravel these complex materials science challenges. Full 3D tomographic data in ~0.25 seconds with a ~five micrometer voxel size while uniaxially loading materials makes it possible to study the dynamic in situ deformation of materials at greater than 10-2 strain rates. The in situ imaging of polymer foams during uniaxial compression was completed and used to model the mechanical performance of these hyper elastic materials. Experiments of 3D printed materials during uniaxial tension shows the 3D flow of the glass filled nylon material and the delamination of the filler material and the polymer binder during the plastic flow and breakage.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

3D Imaging of High-pressure Induced Deformation Twinning in a Nanocrystal
3D X-ray Imaging of Defect Dynamics in Nanostructured Materials
Anisotropic Growth Patterns in Four Dimensions
Applications of High Resolution Coherent X-Ray Imaging Techniques for Investigating Additively Manufactured Materials
Biological and Bio-inspired Multifunctional Structural Materials
Biological Imaging Using Combined Ptychography and X-ray Fluorescence
Biomimetic CaCO3 Complex Morphologies Studied by Coherent X-ray Diffraction Imaging
Characterizing Evolving Processes through Coupled CDI and Molecular Dynamics Studies
Coherent Diffractive Imaging with Wavelength Spatial Resolution using 13.5nm High Harmonics: Full Field, High-contrast Imaging on a Tabletop
Coherent X-ray Diffraction Measurements of Lattice Distortions Caused by Ion Bombardment
Coherent X-ray Imaging at Future High Brightness Synchrotron Sources
High Resolution Coherent Imaging for Materials
High Speed Tomographic Imaging of Materials during Uniaxial Loading
Imaging Strain Fields by Ptychographic Topography
In-Situ and In-Operando Examination of Structure-Functional Relations in Porous Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage with Nano- and Micro- Synchrotron X-ray Computed Tomography
In-situ Deformation and Damage Assessment in Materials under Dynamic Loading Using High Speed Synchrotron X-ray Phase Contrast Imaging
In-situ Phase Contrast Nano-tomography at ID16B
Nanoscale 4D Microstructural Evolution of Precipitates in Aluminum Alloys Using Transmission X-Ray Microscopy (TXM)
Nanoscale Chemical Imaging of an Individual Catalyst Particle with Soft X-ray Ptychography
Phase Contrast Tomography to Document Gypsum Dehydration in Single Crystals and Polycrystalline Materials
Photoelastic Ptychography: A New Approach for Quantitative Stress Determination
Polychromatic Bragg Coherent X-ray Diffraction Imaging for Rapid Measurements
Progress towards Dichroic Bragg Coherent Diffractive Imaging
Real-time Direct and Diffraction Hard X-ray Imaging of Ultra-fast Processes
Revolutions in Coherent X-ray Sources Will Enable Dynamic Nanometer Scale Strain Imaging in Structural Materials
Soft-X-ray Ptychographic Imaging of Shale
Some Recent Advances in the Theory and Modeling of Phase Contrast Imaging
Speckle-based X-ray Imaging at Diamond Light Source
Unraveling the Structure-function Relationships in Ion Implanted Nanodiamonds
Zernike Phase Contrast for Hard X-ray Microscopy

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