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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Applications of Modern Characterization Techniques to Ferrous Alloys and Steel Products
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Steven William Thompson, Colorado School of Mines
C. Isaac Garcia, University of Pittsburgh
Scope The purpose of this symposium is to facilitate the exchange of information obtained from applications of modern analytical laboratory techniques that reveal fine-scale structural, crystallographic, and chemical information about ferrous alloys and steel products. For this symposium we particularly seek contributions obtained from various microscopy, spectroscopy, and diffraction techniques. Our goal is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas about how best to characterize the complex internal, fine-scale structure of modern steels and also the application of novel methods of characterization that may not be widely known or utilized. The symposium is meant to focus on tools and procedural developments needed to achieve desirable outcomes from such analyses without necessarily a direct emphasis on properties, performance, and processing of steel products.
Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Planned: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

An Improved Method for Characterization of Inclusions in Steels with X-Ray Diffraction
Analysis of hardening mechanisms in a low-carbon steel by microscopy-spectroscopy and nanoindentation techniques
Analysis of sigma formation mechanisms in aged hyper duplex steel
Applications of machine learning in microscopy for routine assessment and quality assurance in ferrous alloy production, manufacturing and service
Effect of microstructures on physicochemical properties of iron-cerium alloy
Five-Parameter Grain Boundary Character Distributions Of Conventional and Grain Boundary Engineered 316L Stainless Steel
Neutron scattering characterization of steel alloys
Quantitative analysis of heterogeneous solute segregation at austenite grain boundary or austenite / ferrite interphase boundaries ~ three dimensional atom probe analysis complemented with austenite reconstruction method ~
Quantitative Analysis of Inconel 718 by SEM/EDS – Challenges and Possible Solutions
Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Diffraction Studies of Carbide Evolution in Fe-Mn-Al-C Steel
The Developed Orientation Relationship of the γ → ϵ → α` Martensitic transformation using Electron Backscattered Diffraction
The Reduction Performance of the Ca2 (Fe2-xAlx) O5 Solid Solution
Tracing competitive segregation effects in Boron containing micro-alloyed steels
Tracking down niobium precipitation in HSLA steels at the atomic level
Using spectroscopic techniques to characterize the surface species present on stainless steel oxides


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