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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Thermal Protection Materials and Systems
Organizer(s) Jeff DeMange, Integration Innovation, Inc. (i3)
Frances Hurwitz, NASA Glenn Research Center
Arturs Jasjukevics, ArianeGroup
Thomas Reimer, German Aerospace Center
Scope - The development of new or improved thermal protection materials of all material classes, including ceramics, polymers, composites and metals

- Property measurement and characterization
- Characterization of flown materials
- Testing of materials in relevant environments
Best practices for testing with ablative materials
Reliable, repeatable thermal conductivity measurements on small, low conductivity samples at high temps
Lifetime testing of reusable materials
- Computational materials approaches to design and behavior
Materials response modeling
Thermostructural analysis
Simulation and theory development on ablation
- TPS Coatings

Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Definite: At-meeting proceedings

Computational and Experimental Study of Heat Transfer through Flexible Ceramic-Fiber Thermal Protection Systems
Computational Materials Techniques for Thermal Protection Solutions: Materials and Process Design
Development of a Low-Density Phenolic-Impregnated Fibrous Ablator
Development of Domestic Lyocell based Phenolic Impregnated Carbon Ablators (PICA-D) for Future NASA Missions
Heatshield for Extreme Entry Environment Technology (HEEET) Thermal Protection System (TPS)
Icarus v1.2: A Scalable Tool for Spacecraft TPS Modeling
Investigation of Strength Characteristics of Styrofoam and Gum Arabic in Biodegradable Materials for Lagging Purposes
Testing of Cork-based Spray-on Thermal Protection Materials in an Arc-Jet Environment
The Effect of Fibrous Geometry on Thermomechanical Behavior of Phenolic Impregnated Carbon Ablators for use in Thermal Protection Systems
Thermal Stability Improvement of Fungal Mycelium

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