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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium ICME: Linking Microstructure to Structural Design Requirements
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Rajiv S. Mishra, University of North Texas
David Furrer, Pratt & Whitney
Peter Collins, Iowa State University
Charles H. Ward, Air Force Research Laboratory
Craig McClung, Southwest Research Institute
Scope Integrated Computational Materials Engineering is emerging as a comprehensive approach for design of components from basic fundamentals. It has spurred significant growth in computational techniques for materials engineering. However, bulk of the initial conferences and publications focus on initial stages of ICME, i.e. chemistry optimization and microstructural level computation research. This symposium will provide researchers and engineers with an opportunity to review the current status of the linkages between microstructure and design requirements and discuss the future possibilities. Papers are sought on all aspects of linkages among microstructure, properties and design. Of particular interest are papers that shift the current statistical design approaches to microstructure-based prediction of guaranteed minimum properties. Computational approaches that incorporate the microstructural distribution and probabilistic modeling are highly desirable.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Microstructure-based Method of Predicting the Probability of Life-limiting Fatigue Failures
Changing the Paradigm for Engineering Design by Merging High Energy X-ray Data with Materials Modeling
Characterization of Mechanical Property Variation across an Inertia Friction Weld of a CrMoV Steel
Computational and Experimental Evaluation of Effect of Primary Al3Sc Particles on Fatigue Behavior of an Al-Mg-Sc Alloy
Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Modeling of Heterogeneous Deformation of Pb-free Tin Based Solder Joints
Development and Implementation of ICME in Designing Welded Structures
Development of High Temperature Steels for Advanced Ultrasupercritical Steam Turbines
Dislocation Glide through Non-randomly Distributed Point Obstacles
Effect of Applied Stresses and Stress Gradients on Residual Stresses in Shot Peened Superalloys
Estimation of Bounds on Strength and Ductility in Titanium Alloys
Explicit Incorporation of Cementite in Pearlitic Steel Modeling
Imperfection Modeling to Determine Probabilistic Materials Behavior for Zr Nuclear Fuel Clad Tubes
Influence of Prestrain and Microstructure on the Creep Behavior of a Nickel-base Superalloy
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for Metallic Materials in the Airframe Industry
Integrated Modelling Applied to Process Design: FSW of Aluminium Alloys
Linking ICME to Component Life Management during Design
Material Interface Effects on the Topology Optimization of Multi-phase Structures Using a Level Set Method
Microstructural Effects on the Cyclic Response of FCC Metallic Alloys – A Dislocation Dynamics Study
Microstructure Modeling to Ductility Prediction of Mg Alloys
Modeling the Influence of Microstructure on Residual Stress Relaxation of a Shot-peened Nickel-base Superalloy Exposed at Elevated Temperature
Multiscale Corrosion Modeling of Aerospace Coatings Systems
Non-schmid Crystal Plasticity Modeling of Deformation of Single Crystal Niobium
Probabilistic Prediction of Minimum Fatigue Life of a Shot Peened Titanium Alloy
Sandia’s Multiscale Program to Understand and Manage Material Variability in Structural Applications
Strategic Characterization of Two-phase Superalloy Microstructure for Development of Physics-based Multi-scale Modeling Platform
Strategies for Embedding Validated Microstructure-sensitive Material Models to Solve Engineering Problems
Toward Integrated Life-limit Materials Engineering of Turbine Engine Superalloys
Using the DAMASK Suite to Study Micro Mechanics and Crystal Plasticity of Heterogeneous Materials
Yield Asymmetry Design and Crashworthiness Improvement of Magnesium Alloys by Integrated Computational Materials Engineering


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