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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Hume-Rothery Award Symposium: Multicomponent Alloy Metallurgy, the Bridge from Materials Science to Materials Engineering
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS: Alloy Phases Committee
Organizer(s) Ursula R Kattner, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Mark Asta, University of California at Berkeley
Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A&M University
Scope The 2015 Hume-Rothery Award Symposium will focus on the physical metallurgy of alloys with three or more components. Ternary and higher order alloy topics of interest include: thermodynamics (first principles, atomistics and Calphad), solidification and solidification path analysis; diffusion mobility and diffusion path analysis; and solid state transformations. The symposium will focus on what limits progress in these areas and will combine invited oral presentations and submitted poster contributions.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Tentative Thermodynamic View of Quasicrystal-Enhanced Nucleation during the Solidification of fcc Metallic Alloys
A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of the Crystal-Melt Interfacial Free Energy and its Anisotropy in the CuAgAu Ternary System
Analysis and Control of Interface Reactions in Multicomponent Systems
Aperiodic Zoo of Al-Fe-Si System
Application of Diffusion Studies to the Accelerated Development of Engineering Alloys
Cluster Expansions for Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Multicomponent Mixtures on Fixed Lattices
Constitution of Calphad Multicomponent Databases
Coupled Growth Structures in Ternary Alloys
Damage-Tolerant Multi-Component Metallic Glasses with Record-Breaking Facture Toughness
Development of Interatomic Potentials For Multi-component Systems
First-Principles Statistical Mechanics and Its Role in Informing Phenomenological Descriptions of Dynamic Processes in the Solid State
G40: CALPHAD Thermodynamics, Phase Stability and Phase Transformations in Complex Actinide-Based Alloys
G41: Interdiffusion and Reaction in Binary Al vs. Zr and Ternary Al-Si vs. Zr Diffusion Couples
G42: Interdiffusion in Ni-Mn-Ga Alloys
G43: Interdiffusion in Ternary Magnesium Solid Solutions of Aluminum and Zinc
G44: Investigating Pattern Formation during Three-Phase Eutectic Solidification in Three Dimensions Using Experiments and Phase-Field Simulations
G45: Multicomponent Manganese Silicides in a General Calphad Approach
G46: Simulation of Fe-Cr-X Alloys Exposed to Oxyfuel Combustion Atmospheres at 600C
G47: Random Walk of a Solute Loaded Grain Boundary
G48: Revisiting Boron-Carbon-Hafnium-Zirconium Thermodynamics
G49: The Itinerant Coherent Potential Approximation for Phonons: Role of Fluctuations for Systems with Magnetic Disorder
High Throughput Diffusion Research on Ti Alloys
Is Alloy Thermodynamics Still a Matter of Principles?
Multicomponent Diffusion Controlled Processes in Industry
Multicomponent Diffusion Couple Experiments: Opportunities and Challenges in Determining Thermo-Kinetic and Other Functional Properties
Phase-field Modeling of Phase Transformation and Microstructure Evolution in Ti-alloys
Phase Relations in High Temperature Coating Systems
Prediction of A-Segregates and Freckles Due To Multicomponent Thermosolutal Convection during Solidification
Simulation of Concentration Evolution of Multiple Species with Kinetic Asymmetry: Application of Physical Metallurgy Fundamentals to Materials for Energy Storage
Solidification of Multicomponent Alloys
Some Multicomponent Issues in Solid State Phase Transformations
Studies on the Solidification Path of Single Crystal Superalloys
The Open Quantum Materials Database (OQMD): Multicomponent Ground State Equilibria and Accuracy of DFT Formation Energies
Thermodynamics of Multi-Component Phases with Classical Atomistic Potentials


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