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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bulk Metallic Glasses XVII
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Peter K. Liaw, University of Tennessee
Yanfei Gao, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Hahn Choo, University of Tennessee
Yunfeng Shi, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Robert Maass, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)
Xie Xie, FCA US LLC
Gongyao Wang, Alcoa Technical Center
Scope Provide fundamental understanding and theoretical modeling of processing and mechanical behavior of bulk metallic glasses (BMGs)

In the last decade, new approaches to fabricating metallic glasses [i.e., by utilizing unique combinations of elements to form metallic-glass alloys] have resulted in the required cooling rate dropping from 105 C/s to as low as 1 C/s, and the specimen size increasing from 0.05 mm to as large as 80 mm. Because of the large sizes possible with this exciting technology, the metallic glasses are called BMGs.
Mechanical behavior of BMGs is among the new, exciting fields of research that are fully illustrating their advantages over crystalline alloys. Generally, BMGs have higher fracture strengths, fracture toughnesses, and elasticities than their crystalline counterparts. There is great interest in BMGs for use in biomedical, structural, and mechanical applications.
Some of the areas to be explored:
(1) Material fabrication and processing
(2) Nanocrystalline materials and composites
(3) Mechanical behavior
(4) Shear band formation, fatigue, deformation, and fracture mechanisms
(5) Corrosion, physical, magnetic, electric, thermal, and biomedical behavior
(6) Theoretical modeling and simulation
(7) Industrial applications

Abstracts Due 07/25/2019
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Quantitative Connection Between Shear Band Mediated Plasticity and Fracture Initiation Toughness of Metallic Glasses
An Overview of BMG Additive Manufacturing Activities and Future Directions at NASA JPL
Anelastic Relaxation as a Probe of Structural Evolution of Metallic Glasses
Atomic Structural Features Hidden in Structure Factor of Metallic Alloy Liquids
Catalytic Metallic Glasses for Clean Energy Applications
Comparison of Excess Entropy in Strong and Fragile Glasses
Correlating Structural Heterogeneity to Properties of Metallic Glasses using Mesoscale Deformation Simulation Incorporating 4D-STEM
Corrosion Behavior of SAM2×5 Amorphous Steel / Crystalline in situ Composite
Crystallization during Welding of Bulk Metallic Glasses
Effect of Ni-Nb Metallic Glass on Moderating the Shock Damage in Crystalline Ni-amorphous Ni62Nb38 Nanocomposite Structure: A Molecular Dynamics Study
Effect of Thermal History on Crystallization Kinetics of a Bulk Glass-forming Liquid
Effects of Testing Temperature and Sample-size on Tensile Deformation of Metallic Glass
Evolution of Material Properties in Fragile Bulk Metallic Glasses
Glass-forming Liquids Processed Under Ultrahigh Gravitational Accelerations
High Pressure Quenched Metallic Glasses
Is Atomic Size-mismatch a Sufficient Condition to Yield Fragility in Bulk Metallic Glass Forming Liquids?
J-10: Competitive Formation of Metallic Glasses in Ternary Eutectic Systems
J-12: High Saturation Magnetic Flux Density of New Nanocomposite Materials Annealed in Various Temperatures
J-13: Shear Transformation Zone Properties from Nonlinear Anelastic Deformation
J-14: The Effect of Severe Plastic Deformation on the Relaxation Dynamics of a Bulk Metallic Glass Studied by X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy
J-9: Atomic Structure and Properties of Co-Ta-B Bulk Metallic Glasses
Local Dynamics in Metallic Liquids Studied by Inelastic Neutron Scattering
Measuring Metallic Glass Viscosities Over Wide Composition Ranges
Mechanical Deformation of Iron-based in situ Metallic Glass Matrix Composites
Metallic Glasses for Space Mechanism Applications
Microstructural, Mechanical and Thermal Characterization of Mg65Ni25Y5M5 (M= Si, B, La) Amorphous Alloy by Melt Spinning
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Iron-based Metallic Glasses during Spark Plasma Sintering
Nanoscale Heterogeneity on Mechanical Performance of Cu-Zr-Al Thin Film Metallic Glasses
Nucleation of Shear Bands in Al-based Metallic Glasses and Their Composites
Rapid Discharge Forming of Metallic Glasses: A Novel Metals Manufacturing Platform
Relaxation Phenomena in Severely Deformed Bulk Metallic Glasses
Role of Heterogeneous Microstructure Modifications in Affecting Fracture Toughness of Zr-based Bulk Metallic Glasses
Shear Band Nucleation Kinetics in Metallic Glasses
Small-scale Mechanical Behavior of Metallic Glasses and their Composites
Solvent-rich Magnesium-based Bulk Metallic Glasses in the Mg–Pd–Ca and Mg–Pd–Yb Alloy Systems
Stress Breaks Universal Aging Behavior in a Metallic Glass
Structural Modifications and their Effect on the Mechanical Properties of a Zr-based Metallic Glass
Structure-property-processing Relationships in Bulk Metallic Glasses Suggest a High, but Narrow Path to Success
Studying Phase Transitions in Slow Motion: Ultrafast-calorimetry Experiments on Bulk Metallic Glasses
Synthesis and Properties of BMG Type Nanoglasses by Thin Film Vapour Deposition
The Effect of Thermal and Mechanical Cycling on Atomic Structure and Fracture Toughness of Metallic Glasses
The Intriguing Structure of Marginal Glass Forming Alloys
The Physics of an Elemental Ag Glass: First Order Glass Transition and Melting
Theoretical Strength and Prediction of Structural Defects in Metallic Glasses
Thin Film Metallic Glass Broad-spectrum Mirror Coatings
Toward Tunable Superelastic Bulk Metallic Glass Composite
X-ray Diffraction Study of the Local Topological Rearrangement and Plasticity of Bulk Metallic Glasses


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