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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Mechanical Response of Materials Investigated Through Novel In-Situ Experiments and Modeling
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS: Advanced Characterization, Testing, and Simulation Committee
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
Organizer(s) Saurabh Puri, Microstructure Engineering
Amit Pandey, Lockheed Martin Space
Dhriti Bhattacharyya, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization
Dongchan Jang, KAIST
Shailendra P. Joshi, University of Houston
Josh Kacher, Georgia Institute of Technology
Minh-Son Pham, Imperial College London
Jagannathan Rajagopalan, Arizona State University
Robert Wheeler, Microtesting Solutions LLC
Scope The focus of this symposium is to discuss current research and key developments in theory, computational and experimental methods to study and predict the mechanical properties of materials in application-orientated environments. These environments may include, but are not limited to high temperature, cryogenic temperature, electrical and magnetic field, gas, radiation, chemical, pressure extremes, and humidity. In-situ mechanical testing using SEM, TEM, AFM, Raman, synchrotron, X-ray, IR, and FTIR observation techniques during testing are becoming increasingly popular for studying mechanical behavior of materials. Many such techniques have been developed to probe material response to stimuli across nano- to macro-length scales. At the same time, significant progress has been made in the development of high fidelity models to analyze the behavior of materials at different spatial and temporal scales. The intent of the symposium is to provide a forum for researchers from national laboratories, academia, and industry to discuss research progress in the area of in operando and/or in-situ mechanical testing at small length scales, advances in computational approaches and most importantly, integration of experiments and modeling to accelerate the development and acceptance of innovative materials and testing techniques.

Topics include:
• Development of instruments and experimental methodology for in-situ techniques and/or testing at non-ambient temperatures and/or environments.
• Imaging, analytical and modeling techniques to correlate microstructure, defects, crystal orientation, and strain field with mechanical properties.
• Microstructural observations using in-situ techniques across length scales.
• Experimental characterization and multiscale modeling of deformation of high-temperature materials, high-strength materials, thin films, 1D, 2D, and other low-dimension nanostructures, and interfaces.
• Uncertainty quantification and quantitative validation of computational models.

We are planning to have a joint session with the symposium entitled, Advanced Real Time Imaging. Respective papers will be selected to include in the joint session.

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A Numerical Study on Surface Effect in Hexagonal Slip Activity
A Predictive Capability for Mechanical Behavior of Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures
A rapid testing method for evaluating strain-path sensitivity
Achieving the Maximum Modulus of Resilience in Polymer Nanocomposites via Sequential Infiltration of Metal Oxides
Atomic-level Understanding of Plastic Deformation and Fracture Mechanisms in AlN/TiN Superlattices
Atomistic Insight into Cumulative Twin-solute Interactions in Mg Alloys
Capturing the Mechanical Response of Three Phase Semi-solids at High Temperatures Using In Situ Synchrotron Imaging - From Superalloys to Magmas
Characterization of the Role of Lath Boundaries in Lath Martensitic Steel Using In-situ Micro-pillar Compression Tests
Correlating the Microstructure of Friction-stir Processed Al 7085 to Mechanical Properties Using In-situ Micromechanical Testing
Deformation and Mechanical Properties of Benzene Microcrystals at Cryogenic Temperatures
Deformation Behavior Identification of a Friction Stir Welded 304L Austenitic Stainless-steel Using In-situ EBSD
Deformation Behaviour of Novel Beta-Ti Bcc-Superalloys
Determination of Fracture Toughness Using the Compression Fracture Technique
Developing a Custom Cryogenic-transfer System to the Atom Probe
Dwell Fatigue in Ti Alloys; TEM on Dislocations, HEDM, alpha2-Ti3Al and SAXS
Effect of Hole Shape and Pattern Orientation on Mechanical Behaviour of Two-dimensional Micro-lattice through In Situ Micro-tensile Testing
Effect of Temperature and Composition on the Superelasticity of SrNi2P2 Single Crystal
Elucidating Deformation Pathways in Refractory Multi-principal Element Alloys via In Situ Experiments
Emerging Capabilities for the High-throughput Characterization of Structural Materials
Examining Hot Corrosion Crack Tip Arrest through Advanced Microscopy Analysis of Ni-superalloy CMSX-4
Extrinsic Size Effects on Fracture Behaviour of Copper
Growing Voids and Migrating Twins
High-throughput Fatigue Testing of Nanocrystalline Al Thin Films
High Energy X-ray Diffraction – Seeing Data through a Model
High Strength Nanocrystalline CoAl Intermetallics with Room Temperature Deformability
In-situ Digital Image Correlation Study to Reveal Cyclic Plastic Strain Localizations in Stainless Steel 316L
In-situ Mechanics of Superalloys and Bond Coating at 1000C
In-situ SEM Investigation of Thermally Induced Cracking in Shape Memory Ceramics
In-situ TEM Observation of Shear Induced Microstructure Evolution in Cu-Nb Alloy
In Situ 3D Characterization and Crystal Plasticity Modeling of Martensite Formation in Austenitic Steels
In Situ Observation of Room Temperature Crack-healing in an Atomically Layered Ternary Carbide
In Situ STEM/SEM Study on the Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Behavior of Fe-25Cr-20Ni-1.4Nb-0.2C Steel Fabricated by Laser Powder-bed Fusion
In Situ TEM Measurements of Electron-induced Creep in Amorphous Materials
Inferring Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Materials Using a Combination of High-rate Machining Experiments and Simulations
Integrated Discrete Dislocation Plasticity Modelling, HR-EBSD and TEM Characterisation of Ti Dwell Fatigue
Investigation of Dislocation-grain Boundary Interactions through In-situ Micro-mechanical Testing with Strain Mapping
Linking Local and Global Strains: From Films to Lattices
Manganese Sulfide Inclusion Deformation Behavior of Pre-hardened Mold Steel during In Situ Tensile Testing
Micro-mechanical Investigation of a High-pressure Torsion Processed Nano-crystalline WCu Composite
Modeling In-situ X-ray Diffraction of Dislocation Evolution during Selective Laser Melting of 316L Stainless Steels with Discrete Dislocation Dynamics and GPU-accelerated Raytracing
Multiscale Mechanical Evaluation of FiberForm
Similarity of Microscopic Strain Localization in Very Different Microstructures
Strain Localization in Metastable Beta Ti Alloys in Relation to the Beta Structure
Successes and Compromises for In-situ Trans-uranic Material Measurements at Synchrotron Light Sources
Super-fast Fabrication of Micropillar Arrays Using Laser FIB Combination for More Statistically Relevant Micropillar Compression Tests
Tensile and FatigueTesting of Metallic Thin Films with Ultra-thin Passivation Layers
The Development of a Laboratory-scale High-energy Diffraction Microscopy Instrument
The Mechanical Behavior of Passivated Al and Al-C Thin Films
Three-dimensional Dislocation Characterization during In-situ Straining TEM
Toward Improved Constitutive Behavior Models Sensitive to High Strength Steel Microstructures through Advancements in Data Analysis Tools
Transmission X-ray Microscopy Reveals Role of Voids in Hydrogen Embrittlement
Using High Energy X-rays to Investigate the Evolution of Plastic Strain and Damage in Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel
X-ray Characterization of the Evolution of Deformation Stress and Strain Partitioning in Tungsten Heavy Alloys (WHAs)
X-ray Microbeam Characterization of Electromigration Process in Al(0.25wt% Cu) Interconnect

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