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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advanced Materials for Harsh Environments
Sponsorship ACerS Electronics Division
Organizer(s) Navin J. Manjooran, Chairman, Solve
Gary R. Pickrell, Virginia Tech
Scope How materials interact with the environment is critical for selecting the appropriate material or material system for the application concerned. The benefits can range from increasing component life to effectively utilizing the material or material system thereby translating to reduced component lifetime cost or increased component efficiency or helping reduced emissions. This session will have three sub-sections addressing each of the key business drivers for materials interactions with the environment, namely, coatings, corrosion, and materials for harsh environments. This symposium will provide researchers worldwide the platform and the opportunity to discuss applications-based research in these key areas of interest, including: (1) Coatings: processing and applications (2) Corrosion and materials lifing (3) Materials for harsh environments including sensors.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Case Study on the Value of Legacy Data for the Discovery and Design of Creep-resistant 9 – 12 wt% Cr Martensitic Steels
An Investigation of High Temperature Corrosion Sensing for Coal-based Power Plant Operations
Characterization of Nb-Si Alloys for High-temperature Applications
CMAS Interaction with Model YAlO3 Environmental Barrier Coatings: Effect of Y3Al5O12 Precipitation on Apatite Nucleation and Growth
Corrosion Detection in Oil and Gas Pipeline Using 3-D Bluetooth Printed Microsensor
Corrosion Phenomena in Powder-Processed Aluminum Alloys Containing Quasicrystalline Dispersoids
Electrochemical Characterization of Joints Inconel 600 to TiC-Composites, Immersed in Seawater
Exfoliated-graphite-based Flexible Graphite as a Multifunctional Material for Harsh Environments
Far-Field Passive Wireless Sensors using Conductive Ceramic for High-Temperature Health Monitoring
G-1: Modeling of High-efficiency Heat Exchanger Pipe with Twisted Tape Inserts
Grain Boundary Engineering to Improve Austenitic Stainless Steels Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior in Boiling Saturated Magnesium Chloride Solutions
High Temperature Irradiation Resistant Thermocouples for In-Pile Temperature Sensing
High Temperature Thick Film Sensor Development Based on Doped Lanthanum Chromites Refractory Semiconductors Materials
In Situ X-ray Diffraction during Simulated Hot Isostatic Pressing of Additively Manufactured Inconel 625
Integrating Multimodal Corrosion with Correlative Microscopy Across Multiple Lengthscales
Investigation of Stress Corrosion Cracking in CMSX-4 Turbine Blade Alloys Using Deep Learning Assisted X-ray Microscopy
Isothermal Oxidation Behavior of Pack-Cementation Coated Three-phase Mo-Nb-Si-B Alloys
JHU/APL’s Science of Extreme and Multifunctional Materials Program: Materials Research with Mission Intent
New Insights into High Temperature Interfacial Strain Mechanisms from High Temperature in Situ TEM
New Strategies for Designing Colloidal Inks for Additive Manufacturing of UHTCs
Root Cause Spectroscopic Failure Investigation Aided by High Resolution SEM/EDS, FT-IR, XPS Instruments
Stress Corrosion Mitigation in Al-Mg via Zn-Rich Primers and Long-Term Performance Stability
The Effect of Residual Stress on Aluminum Pitting Corrosion
Titanium Coatings on Materials for Harsh Environments and Corrosion in Interaction with the Environment in Coke Production
Understanding Hydration-induced Cracking, Corrosion and Self-healing Mechanisms in Advanced Concrete Using Electron Microscopy and Quantitative Non-destructive 3D Mineral Characterization
Utilization of Acacia senegal for Rubber Processing Effluent Treatment: pH Variations and Optimum Dose determination


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