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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Integration of Materials Science and Nondestructive Evaluation for Materials Characterization
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Adam L Pilchak, Air Force Research Laboratory
Dennis Dimiduk, Air Force Research Laboratory
Eric Lindgren, Air Force Research Laboratory
Richard Lesar, Iowa State University
Leonard Bond, Iowa State University
Scope There is an ever increasing need for nondestructive tools to provide state awareness of the internal microstructure of materials including grain size, grain morphology and texture, among others. For example, microstructure-sensitive materials processing models used in the ICME framework often lack realistic initial conditions and instead interpolate microstructure over long ranges or assume the microstructure is symmetric about some sample axis because it is not practical to measure the structure on such large volumes. Thus, there is a natural intersection between two historically disconnected communities, viz., materials science and nondestructive evaluation that each bring a unique expertise to bear on this complicated problem. This symposium marks the intersection of these two communities to assess the current state of the art (SOA) and defining the path forward. Papers are sought on a number of topics including: (1) direct comparison of destructive and nondestructive characterization methods, (2) forward modeling to augment the interpretation of the experimental nondestructive signals, (3) inversion methods, (4) sensor modeling and sensing physics, (5) analytics of ultrasonic signals and (6) uncertainty quantification. Experts in the field of nondestructive characterization of microstructure will be invited to give overview talks and historical perspectives and provide vision and direction to push the envelope and advance these technologies.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Methodology to Characterize Lattice Elastic Strain Distributions In Processed Alloys Using Spatially-Resolved X-ray Diffraction Data
A Novel Microtexture Assessment Methodology for Dwell Sensitive Titanium Alloys
An Assessment of Computational Materials Modeling and Simulation for Nondestructive Evaluation in Structural Materials
Applying Microstructure Informatics to EBSD and SRAS Big-data to Quantify Microtexture Heterogeneity in Ti Alloys
Calculations on Ultrasonic Scattering in Polycrystalline Structures Aiming for Nondestructive Materials Characterization and Defect Detection
Characterization of Polycrystals by Ultrasonic Scattering. Effect of Texture and Microtexture
Forward Modeling of Crack Induced Wave Propagation
Integration of Quantitative NDE and Process Modeling: ICME for the Production Environment
Microstructural Evaluation of a Lean Duplex UNS S32304 - X-ray Diffraction and Scanning Electron Mycroscopy Techniques Correlated with Eddy Current Testing
Modeling the Interaction of Elastic Waves and Microstructure Using Finite Difference
Spatially Resolved Acoustic Spectroscopy – Material Characterization, from Microns to Metres
Stochastic Reconstruction of 3D Grain Orientations and 2nd Phase Particles in Metallic Microstructures from 2D Images
Strategies for Ultrasonic Determination of Grain Size Versus Depth in Non-uniform Metal Microstructures
Toward an Empirical Prediction of Porosity in Laser-welds of 304L Stainless Steel
Ultrasonic Backscattering Measurements of Grain Size in Metal Alloys
Ultrasonic Wave Propagation in Polycrystal Hexagonal Alloys: Computational and Experimental Studies Combined with EBSD for Texture Detection
X-ray Microscopy for In Situ Characterization of 3D Microstructure Evolution in the Laboratory


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