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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Hydrogen Effects on Materials Performance
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Samantha K. Lawrence, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines
Megan Cordill, Erich Schmid Institute for Materials Science
Scope Numerous energy generation and transportation systems constructed of high-performance metal alloys are routinely exposed to hydrogen. The integrity of these systems is often challenged by a variety of hydrogen degradation modes affecting both structural components and storage media. The hydrogen-material interactions that ultimately lead to degradation occur across multiple length scales. Therefore, a particular goal of this symposium is to promote the exchange of ideas regarding multiscale experimental and theoretical methods for probing hydrogen-materials interactions.

The focus will be on integrating experimental and computational approaches to understanding hydrogen-assisted damage in a wide variety of complex materials systems, such as advanced steels, energy-related materials, and aerospace materials.

The subject areas of the symposium include, but are not limited to:
-Hydride formation as a degradation mode
-Metal hydride utilization
-Industrial issues involving hydrogen-assisted degradation
-Hydrogen effects on fatigue and fracture
-Advanced experimental methods for studying interfacial effects on hydrogen transport
-Applications of novel in-situ micro- and nanomechanical characterization techniques for studying hydrogen-microstructure interactions
-Simulation of hydrogen interactions with metal surfaces and hydrogen degradation mechanisms
-Development of multi-scale models describing hydrogen-material interactions
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Proceedings Plan Undecided
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