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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Long-term Stability of High Temperature Materials
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
Awadh Pandey, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
David Mourer, General Electric Aircraft Engines
Jeffrey Hawk, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Scope The aim of this symposium is to examine the long term stability of high temperature structural materials. It is proposed that the technical focus is on (1) phase changes in bulk material, e.g. precipitation of phases, coarsening or morphology changes of existing phases, (2) surface degradation from high temperature environments, e.g. oxidation, hot corrosion, (3) exposure/stability effects on mechanical behavior, and (4) rejuvenation of initial microstructure. Within these technical fields, the organizers of the Symposium are looking for presentations/papers showing recent advances in understanding the effects of long term exposure on microstructure and material properties using experimental or modeling approaches or a combination of these two.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

Atomic Imaging of M2B-type Boride in Nickel-based Superalloy
Bond Coat Cavitation under CMAS-Infiltrated Thermal Barrier Coatings
Coarsening Mechanism for Y-Ti-O Nanofeatures in Aged MA957
Combinatorial Assessment of the Oxidation Behavior of Titanium Alloys
Creep Behavior of Thin-walled Specimens - Experiment and Modelling
Diffuse Interface Modeling on Thermal Oxidation of Metals
Effect of Surface Preparation on the Oxidation of Single Crystal Nickel-based Superalloys for Disk Applications
Elevated Temperature Stress Relaxation in Ni-base Superalloys
Factors Affecting the Corrosion Fatigue Life in Nickel-based Superalloys for Disc Applications
High Temperature Creep Behavior of Cross-weld Specimens of Weld Joint between T92 Martensitic and Super304H Austenitic Steels
High Temperature Stability of High Entropy Alloys
Impact of γ’’ and Secondary Carbides Precipitations on Alloy 625 High Temperature Tensile and LCF Properties
Investigating Oxidation and Oxygen Transport in an Advanced Polycrystalline Nickel-based Superalloy Under Static Loads
Long Term Stability of the Rene 65 Cast and Wrought Nickel Superalloy
Long Term Thermal Stability of HAYNES 244 Alloy
Microstructural Changes in Inconel® Alloy 740 after Long-term Aging in the Presence and Absence of Stress
Microstructural Stability in Advanced 9% Cr Martensitic Steel
Microstructure Stability of a Ni-Cr-W Superalloy Subjected to Long-term Aging to Elevated Temperature
Minimum Dwell Cycling and its Effect on the Fatigue and Environmental Response of RR1000
Oxide Recession in High-temperature High-velocity Water Vapor
Phase Stability in High Cobalt-containing Nickel-based Superalloys
Rejuvenation of Nickel-based Superalloys GTD444(DS) and René N5(SX)
The Coarsening Behavior of NiAl Precipitates in NiAl-strengthened Ferritic Alloys at 973 and 1,073 K
The Oxidation-resistance Properties of Iron-based Superalloys between 1473 and 1523K
The Role of Al:Nb Ratio and Long Term Exposure Temperature on the Precipitate Distribution of Nickel Base Superalloys

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