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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced Characterization Techniques for Quantifying and Modeling Deformation
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Advanced Characterization, Testing, and Simulation Committee
TMS: Materials Characterization Committee
Organizer(s) Mariyappan Arul Kumar, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Irene J. Beyerlein, University of California, Santa Barbara
Wolfgang Pantleon, Technical University of Denmark
C. Cem Tasan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Olivia Jackson, Sandia National Laboratories
Scope Objective: This symposium will provide a venue for presentations featuring the use of advanced characterization techniques in all classes of materials to quantify and model deformation mechanisms.

Background and Rationale: Advances in characterization technology have greatly improved our ability to quantify deformation mechanisms such as dislocation motion, twinning, and stress-induced phase transformations, and the microstructural changes accompanying deformation such as texture evolution, grain morphology changes, dislocation accumulation and localized strain. A variety of relatively new techniques are being applied to both structural and functional materials. In combination with modeling, these techniques improve our understanding of deformation and failure during material processing/forming and under normal or extreme conditions in service. In situ techniques, especially, are providing an enhanced understanding of individual mechanisms, their interactions, and the direct validation of simulations from computational materials science models. This gathering offers a venue to discuss and share new advances in current techniques or new technique development or in pairing with algorithms or simulations as they apply to deformation behavior.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Improving the understanding of deformation mechanisms in structural or functional materials – elasticity, dislocation plasticity, mechanically-induced twinning or phase transformations, damage and fracture
(2) Advances in characterization techniques: X-ray-based techniques, electron-based techniques (including HR-(S)TEM, EBSD, HR-EBSD, ECCI, PED), scanning probe microscopy techniques, and others – in particular in-situ
(3) Advances in materials deformation modeling– with specific emphasis on the integration with advanced characterization techniques

Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D grain interactions after fatigue loading in an Al-Li binary alloy via high resolution X-ray characterization techniques
A network approach to model the plastic deformation of metals containing soft particles and pores
Alloy rupture strength prediction using machine learning and microstructure analysis
Amorphization of Covalently-Bonded Solids by Laser Shock Compression: A Generalized Deformation Mechanism under Extreme Conditions
An in-situ study of mechanical twinning effects on strain localization and damage in an (α+β) titanium alloy
Analyzing mesoscale stress localization and slip system activation under axial-torsional loading
Application of Constant Contact Pressure Nanoindentation on Room Temperature Creep: Reliability and Advantage
Capturing the 3D Evolution of Twin Networks in Titanium as a Function of Applied Strain
Characterization and Mechanical Testing of Ordinary Chondrites
Characterization of the Impact of Grain-Neighborhoods on Cyclic Twinning in Magnesium Alloys using High Energy X-Ray Diffraction
Characterizing Structure and Deformation in Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Shock Compressed Silicon and Diamond Carbon
Characterizing Variant Selections during Phase Transformation and deformation Twinning in BCC Metals using Virtual Diffraction
Coded Apertures for Fast Depth Resolved Diffraction and in-situ characterization.
Coupled Neutron Diffraction and Modeling Study of the Formation and Recovery of Dislocations in Elemental Tantalum and Ferritic HT-9 Steel
Crystallographic Slip System Activity Fields Identified Automatically from DIC data for Intersecting, Diffuse and Cross slip
Damage accumulation during creep in metals: the role of microstructure
Deformation Behavior of Chondrite Meteorite using In situ Correlative Microscopy
Deformation Processes at Cryogenic Temperatures by High-Resolution Digital Image Correlation
Dislocation Pile-ups and Grain Boundary Interactions Studied using In situ Cross-Correlation EBSD in High Purity Nickel
Effect of Self-Annealing Phenomena on the Microstructural and Texture Evolution in Cryogenically Rolled Cu-Fe-P alloy
Effect of strain rate on slip activation in a Mg-Al alloy by in-situ 3DXRD
Elastic mismatch and mixed-mode buckling-induced delamination: influence on mode I adhesion measurements
Elasto-visco-plastic crystallographic modeling of thermal ratcheting in Uranium
Evolution of strength and plasticity in two phase microstructure
Evolution of stresses during twinning and detwinning in magnesium
Experimental and modeling study of steel bending and springback using an elasto-visco-plastic self-consistent polycrystal model interfaced with a finite element code
Exploring the 3D Texture and Microstructure Development in Recrystallization Annealing of a Bulk Ferritic Alloy
Extending High Energy Diffraction Microscopy to Track Localized Deformation with an Intragranular Signature during Cyclic Loading
First-principle modelling of x-ray diffraction for accurate interpretation of static and dynamic displacements in nanocrystals
Fracture toughness quantification of refractory-based nitrides using the micropillar splitting technique
Full integration of FFT-based methods for optimization and modelling of micromechanical data obtained by advanced characterization techniques
Grain-scale multiaxial deformation in multicomponent alloys
Grain Boundary Deformation and Damage
High Orientation Precision 3D-EBSD with Multi-Modal Data Registration
How Do Metals Remember Their History?
In situ Thermomechanical Loading of Nanocrystalline Alloys
Influence of different temperatures on mechanical properties of flexible screen
Integration of X-Ray Microscopy and Finite Elements into a Digital Twin
Investigating the Effect of Hydrogen on Irradiation Induced Defect Structures in Zircaloy-2 using Transmission Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Diffraction
Investigating the influence of precipitates on strengthening mechanisms in Mg alloys using phase-field simulations
Kink band formation in nano metallic laminates
Measurement and modeling of grain scale tensorial stresses in notched zirconium specimens: 3D-XRD vs CPFE
Mesoscale Simulation of Material Properties and Processing under Consideration of Microstructure, Chemistry and Damage using DAMASK
Micro Hall-Petch Slope in Mg Alloys: The Influence of Grain Boundary Parameters
Monitoring Defect Structure Evolution in Titanium Alloys using High-Energy X-ray Diffraction
Multiscale characterization of deformation and defect structures during continuous bending under tension
Numerical Investigation of the Strain Development at the Substrate / Laser Metal Deposition - powder Refurbishment Interface
On the selection of flow rule and slip system in crystal plasticity simulations of cyclic deformation in martensitic steels
Optimizing microstructural analysis in AHSS steels via trainable models
Overview of a versatile loading system for anisotropic material property characterization
Plasticity of fused silica studied by high-temperature micropillar compression and ptychographic X-ray computed tomography
Pythonic ODFs and SODFs for EBSD and far field HEDM
Quantifying microstructural evolution in polycrystals
Radiation Damage Defect Characterization using In-situ Positron Spectroscopy
Resolving intragranular stress fields in plastically deformed titanium using point-focused high-energy diffraction microscopy
SIZE EFFECT IN POLYCRYSTALLINE NICKEL-BASED SUPERALLOYS IN THE PRESENCE OF A FREE-SURFACE: IDENTIFICATION OF THE CRYSTAL PLASTICITY OF SURFACE GRAINS VERSUS CORE GRAINS
Size effects and failure regimes in notched micro-cantilever beam fracture
Slip transfer at grain boundaries and intergranular fracture in Ti
Spatial quantification of deformation by combining data collected from digital image correlation and EBSD
Special in-situ diffraction evaluations in response to high-temperature plastic deformation
Superior high-temperature strength in a supersaturated refractory high-entropy alloy
Surface roughness in polycrystalline copper under cyclic thermal loading: FFT-based thermomechanical modelling with experimental verification for accelerator applications
Tensile Properties and Damage Tolerance of FiberForm
The characteristics of strain burst acoustic emissions during in situ microcompression experiments
The effect of hydrogen on strain gradient hardening of Ni
The Relationship Between Dislocation Core Structures and Oxygen Sensitivity in α-Ti
Three-dimensional assessment of strain localization at the sub-grain level of a Ni-based superalloy at low and high temperature using laser scanning confocal microscopy
Three-dimensional Surface Morphology Reconstruction for In-situ Scanning Electron Microscope Experiments: An Alternative to Digital Image Correlation (DIC)
Towards data-driven in-situ materials testing in SEM
Twin network formation and morphology in metals with hexagonal close packed crystal structure
Understanding deformation behavior in an Al alloy via multimodal 3D characterization
Understanding the out-of-plane shear effects on microscopic strain localization
Understanding the Shock-induced Phase Transformation and Twinning behavior in Fe microstructures using Atomistic and Mesoscale Simulations and Virtual Diffraction
Using Deep Learning to Reconstruct Grains from Simulated Far-Field Diffraction Data
Using the Digital Image Correlation Techniques in Unique Ways
Validating texture and lattice strain models via in-situ neutron diffraction and shear tests
(S)TEM characterization of stability of retained austenite in medium Mn steel under severe deformation


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