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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Thermo-mechanical Response of Materials with Special Emphasis on In-situ Techniques
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Advanced Characterization, Testing, and Simulation Committee
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
TMS: Chemistry and Physics of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Amit Pandey, LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc.
Sanjit Bhowmick, Bruker Nano Surfaces
Jeff Wheeler, ETH Zurich
María Teresa Pérez Prado, IMDEA Materials Institute
Dongchan Jang, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Robert Wheeler, MicroTesting Solutions LLC
Josh Kacher, Georgia Tech
Scope The focus of this symposium is to discuss current research and key developments in techniques and experimental methods to measure thermo-mechanical properties of materials in-situ and ex-situ in application-orientated environments. These environments may include, but are not limited to high temperature, cryogenic temperature, electrical and magnetic field, gas, radiation, chemical, pressure extremes, and humidity. In situ mechanical testing using SEM, TEM, AFM, Raman, synchrotron, X-ray, IR, and FTIR observation techniques during testing are becoming increasingly popular for studying mechanical behavior of materials. Many such techniques have been developed to probe material response to stimuli across nano- to macro-length scales. The intent of the symposium is to provide a forum for researchers from national laboratories, academia, and industry to discuss research progress in the area of in operando and/or in-situ mechanical testing for nanomechanical studies, and to accelerate the development and acceptance of innovative materials and testing techniques.

Topics include:
1. Development of instruments and experimental methodology for in-situ techniques and/or testing at non-ambient conditions.
2. Mechanics of deformation of high-temperature materials, high-strength materials, thin films, 1D, 2D, and other low-dimension nanostructures, and interfaces.
3. Imaging and analytical techniques to correlate microstructure, defects, crystal orientation, and strain field with mechanical properties.
4. Microstructural observations using in situ techniques across length scales.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2017
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

An Analysis of Thermo-mechanical Fatigue Crack Growth in the Titanium Alloy Ti-6246
Analysis of Longitudinal Twinning in 𝛾-TiAl by Micropillar Compression up to 700 °C with Strain and Crystal Orientation Mapping
Combinatorial In Situ Micromechanics of the Al-Cu System at Low Temperatures
Deformation Mechanisms of Cu/Nb Nanoscale Metallic Multilayers as a Function of Temperature and Layer Thickness
Deformation of Monatomic Metallic Glasses Processed through In-situ Ultrafast Liquid Quenching
Design and Fabrication of MEMS-based Symmetric Structure for In-situ Nanomechanical Tensile Experiments
Developing Thermo-mechanical Fatigue Crack Growth Techniques
Emergence and Progression of Abnormal Grain Growth in Minimally Strained Nickel-200
Experimental Techniques to Asses Long Range Internal Stresses in Plastically Deformed Crystalline Solids
High-resolution Digital Image Correlation: Advances in Quantifying the Strain Distribution at the Submicron–scale in Hexagonal Materials
High throughput Study of Underlying Mechanisms of Serrated Flow in Nickel-based Diffusion Multiple via High Temperature Nanoindentation
In-situ Deformation and Characterisation of Carbon Controlled Steels
In-situ ECCI Characterization of Microstructural Defects and their Effect on Superconducting Properties of SRF Cavity Niobium
In Situ Observation on Temperature Dependence of Martensitic Transformation and Plastic Deformation in Superelastic NiTi Alloy
In Situ TEM Imaging and Quantitative Orientation Mapping of the Structural Evolution in Nanocrystalline Metals during Mechanical Deformation
Investigating Irradiation Creep by In Situ TEM
Local Dislocation Configurations and their Contribution to Early Stage Globularization in Alpha Beta Titanium Alloys
Mechanical Behavior of Stainless Steel 709 through In-situ Synchrotron Diffraction
Mechanics of Irradiated Alloys Studied through In Situ TEM Testing
Metals under High-pressure, High Temperature and during Plastic Deformation: In-situ Studies of Thermo-mechanical Response by Neutron and Synchrotron Quantum Beams
Nanomechanical Properties of Graphene Oxide and Carbon Nanotube Scaffolds
Order-disorder Transition in 18-carat Gold Studied by In Situ X-ray Scattering
Phase Transformation during Thermal Treatment of Medium Mn Steels Studied by In-situ Synchrotron Experiments and Thermodynamic Modeling
Predicting Bulk Mechanical Properties of Ferritic-martensitic Steel Using In-situ TEM Tensile Experiments and Crystal Plasticity Modeling
Rationalization of Heterogeneous Creep Deformation Behavior of Dissimilar Metal Welds
Real Time 3-D X-ray Computed Micro-tomography Study of the Strength and Toughness of Nuclear Graphite between 25° and 1000°C
Size Effects in Ion-irradiated 800H Steel at High Temperatures Utilizing Microcompression Testing
Studying Tensile Properties of Silicon via In-situ Microcompression Testing of Push-to-pull Pillar
Studying the Micromechanics of Martensitic Phase Transformatons Using High Energy Diffraction Microscopy
The Effect of Strain Rate on the Tensile Properties of Single Crystal Ni – an In Situ Study
“In Situ” Measurement of Electrical Resistivity, Dilatometry and Thermal Analyses of Cast Iron

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