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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advancements in Steel Structural Refinement
Sponsorship AIST Metallurgy — Processing, Products & Applications Technology Committee
Organizer(s) Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines
Jose M. Rodriguez-Ibabe, CEIT and TECNUN
Charles M. Enloe, CBMM North America
Scope Global Process Metallurgical Developments in the Production of Advanced High Strength Steels

Maximizing Strengthening Mechanisms in Continuously-annealed HSLA Steel

Microalloyed Steel Precipitate Characterization by Automated TEM Image and EDS Analysis
New Modelling Tools for Nb Microalloyed Plate Rolling Design

Study of the Microstructural Refinement of a High Niobium Microalloyed Steel Under Controlled Hot Deformation

The Capability of Severe Plastic Deformation to Achieve High Strength and Toughness in Two High Strength Steel Alloys, Austenitic FeMnAl and Martensitic AF9628

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: None Selected
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Effect of Nb Microalloying on the HAZ Grain Growth Kinetics and Precipitation Dissolution during Welding
Effect of Nb on the Simulated HAZ Toughness of Low Carbon Heavy Gauge Linepipe Steels
Effect of Nb Precipitation in the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of X80 Steel
High Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Nano-bainitic Steels: A Detailed Crack Initiation and Grain Boundary Study
In-situ Measurement of Surface Relief Effect during Displacive Transformation of Low-carbon Steel
Intercritical Annealing of HY Steel to Improve Impact Toughness
Microalloying for Minimization of Mechanical Property Variation in 700 MPa Hot-Rolled Strip
Phase Transformation Behavior of Fe-10wt.% Ni Steel Weld Metal
Secondary Hardening and Tempering Kinetics in a Medium-carbon-low Alloy Cr-Mo Steel
Study on Strength and Toughness Matching of 1000 MPa Ultra-high Strength Steel
The Effect of Adding Minor Alloying Elements in Reducing the Prior Austenite Grain Size in High Yield Strength (HY) Steels


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