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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Refractory Metals
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Refractory Metals Committee
Organizer(s) Eric M. Taleff, University of Texas at Austin
Lauren M. Garrison, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Alexander J. Knowles, University of Birmingham
Scope This symposium provides a forum for the presentation of fundamental research advances and technological progress in the understanding, processing, and applications of refractory metals. Refractory metals are defined as those metallic elements with melting temperatures in excess of 2123 K (1850C). Refractory metals are of technological importance for their resistance to extreme high temperatures and extreme environments. Research of interest includes alloy development, microstructure evolution, and correlations with properties, both experimental and theoretical. Technological advances in processing of refractory metals and their alloys and applications in energy generation, nuclear fusion, transportation, space and other sectors are likewise of interest. New developments of interest include composite materials based on refractory metals, such as silicide alloys or composites between refractory and non-refractory metals, and other related alloy systems. Processing methodologies and techniques involving welding, brazing and powder metallurgy are also of interest. Presentations that communicate results from academia, national laboratories, and industry are welcomed.
Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Bending Creep Deformation of ODS MoLa with 0.6 vs 1.1 wt.%La
Design of BCC high-entropy alloys with low neutron absorption cross-section
Design of MoWTaTiZr Refractory Multi-principal Element Alloys
Development of Heat-Treatable Crss-Cr3Si-based Alloys: Microstructure, Oxidation, and Creep
Development of novel chromium-superalloys strengthened by B2 intermetallic precipitates
Effect of heating rate and substrate on the oxidation behavior of hafnium aluminum diboride thin films
Flexible powder production for additive manufacturing of refractory metals and alloys
Flow behavior and associated microstructures of niobium at 1200 to 1500°C
Grain boundary doping as effective method to improve mechanical properties in ultra-fine grained tungsten
Grain Boundary Segregation Engineering in Technically Pure Molybdenum Examined via Three-point Bending Tests
High-throughput Engineering of Oxidation Behavior in complex refectory alloys
Hydrogen Reduction of Cobalt(II,III) oxide to make sub-micron and micron size cobalt metal powder for WC-Co synthesis
NanoPhase Separation Sintering in Mo and Mo-W Based Systems
Nanostructured tungsten alloys for nuclear fusion
Oxidation behavior of Mo-Si-B-Al alloys at elevated temperature
Platinum-based superalloys: Combating high temperatures and aggressive environments
Realizing sub-micron tungsten and tungsten composite microstructures via deformable punch spark plasma sintering
Refractory High Entropy Alloys for Applications in Extreme Environments
Studies on the phase formation of cobalt contacted with zinc vapour
Sustainability-based Selection of Materials for Refractory High Entropy Alloys
Tensile Properties of Molybdenum & ODS MoLa Sheet at Elevated Temperatures
The influence of impurities on the interfacial chemistry of niobium – alumina high-temperature refractories
The oxidation behavior of the eutectic alloy Mo-20Si-52,8Ti in dry and wet atmospheres
Thermal stability of thin rolled potassium-doped tungsten sheets at temperatures between 1100 C and 1400 C
Thermodynamic assessment of the V-Ti-B system
Tungsten grain optimization and composite fabrication for use in fusion reactors


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