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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2018
Symposium 10th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Yiquan Wu, Alfred University
Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technololgy
Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota
Junichi Tatami, Yokohama National University
Enrico Bernardo, University of Padova
Zhengyi Fu, Wuhan University of Technology
Rajiv Asthana, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Allen Apblett, Oklahoma State University
Richard Dean Sisson, Worcester Polytechnic Inst
Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Mritunjay Kumar Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute
Scope Sustainable development is globally recognized as a key issue for the future growth and well being of our society. Some of the key challenges are, (a) population growth, (b) huge amount of waste which must be disposed in landfills, (c) the rapid usage and depletion of natural resources and environment (fossil fuels, minerals, water scarcity etc.), (d) declining infrastructure, (e) extraordinary amount of carbon dioxide emissions, and (f) climate change, among others. Therefore, “green” or environmentally benign technologies have been a major focus of study by materials scientists and engineers worldwide. Generally two issues are important in this area. One is to avoid unnecessary use and generation of compounds directly hazardous to human health and the environment, such as heavy metals and organic pollutants. The other is to protect the global environment by reducing energy consumption and conserving natural resources during fabrication and manufacturing processes. The volumes of consumed raw materials, used energy (or emitted carbon dioxide), and disposed wastes are indicative of sustainability of the process and must be minimized.

Keeping these critical aspects in view, this international symposium deals with a variety of green and sustainable technologies related to materials manufacturing and processing, that are industrially feasible. Topics to be discussed in this symposium include environmental impact of materials including products and processes; development of alternative technologies; waste minimization technologies; and development of instrumentation and control systems. Topics will also include the identification of green manufacturing opportunities and/or up-front solutions to environmental problems in these or related processes as well as recent initiatives and developments in education in “green engineering and sustainability.”
Abstracts Due 04/05/2018
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Suspension-enclosing Projection-stereolithography Process for Complex Ceramic Component Fabrication without Building Support Structures
Assembling of Graphene Scaffolds by Three-dimensional Printing
Challenges in High Temperature Electrochemical Systems
Energy Audit and Efficiency in an Aluminium Gravity Die Casting Foundry Towards Sustainability
Flash Sintering as an Energy and Cost Saving Sintering Technology: A Case Study of ZnO
Flexibly-embedding Microchannels in Ceramics Using an Integrated Additive Manufacturing and Laser Machining Method
GPSed Reaction Bonded Silicon Nitride with High Thermal Conductivity for Power Module Substrate Applications
Highly Efficient Solvolysis of Epoxy Resin Using Polyethylene Glycol/NaOH Systems
Hybrid Thermoplastic Composites of Natural Fiber and Recycled Carbon Fiber
Importance of Soft (= Green,Solution & Low-Energy) Processing of Advanced Ceramics for Sustainable Society
Improvements in Environmental Impact of Industrial Chrome Stripping Processes
Investigating the Potential of Bismuth as Replacement for “Toxic” Lead
Investigation of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Silica Sol Shell for Investment Casting
Low Emission Production Route for Titanium from Iron-sand Slag Using Ultra-high Temperature Electrolysis
Luminescence Properties of Dy3+ Doped Ga2O3 Materials Synthesized by Using Wet Chemical Process
Materials Innovations to Support Next Generation Manufacturing
Metallurgical History of Tellurium
Microstructure and Mechanical Properies of B4C-TiB2-SiC Composites Fabricated via Hot Pressing Assisted by Ball Milling
Novel Alkali-activation Based Process for the Manufacturing of Soda-lime Glass Foamed Granules
On the Design of Novel Lignin Based Green Materials
Polymer-derived Porous Mo2C/Mo5Si3/C/SiC Ceramic Nanocomposites for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
Porosity Control of Geopolymer Hydrogen Recombination Catalyst Support for Radioactive Waste Containers
Production of Ferrosilicon Alloy from the Pudo Iron Ore Using End-of-life Rubber Tyre as Reductant
Pyrite as a Green Reagent for Remediation of Chromate-containing Wastewater
Recent Advances in Green Concrete
Selective Laser Sintering of Ceramic Components, Challenges and Issues
Sintering Ceramics with Limited Grain Growth by Quasi-plastic Deformation as Dominating Mechanism
SiOC-based Energy Storage Materials
Spallation Resistance Enhancement of Thermal Barrier Coatings by Hybrid Microwave Sintering
Strategies for Patenting "Green" Technologies
Successfully Patenting "Green" Materials and Processes
Sustainability Analysis of Die- casting Part at the Design Stage
Synthesis of Intermetallic Silicide Powders by Microwave Assisted Combustion Reaction
Tannic Acid: A Sustainable Crosslinking Agent for High Glass Transition Epoxy Thermosets
The Reaction of Molten Iron and CO2 in Limestone Slagging Process
Thermodynamic Model for Predicting the Embodied Energy of Titanium Alloys Produced by Powder Metallurgy
Thermodynamics and Fractals on the Way to New Energy Frontiers
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Upgrading Ores or Concentrates which Contain Iron and One or More Metals via Selective Carbothermic Reduction and Smelting


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