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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Development in Light Weight Alloys and Composites
Sponsorship TMS Composite Materials Committee
TMS Materials Characterization Committee
Organizer(s) Ramasis Goswami, Naval Research Laboratory
Nikhil Gupta, New York University
Aashish Rohatgi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tanjore V. Jayaraman, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Scope This symposium provides an opportunity of sharing recent advances in the science and technologies of light weight alloys and composites. This annual MS&T conference attracts materials scientists and engineers from all over the world, and provides a venue for faster technology dissemination. The symposium will address synthesis techniques, the fine scale microstructures, interfaces, phase transformations and mechanical behavior in light weight alloys and composites. The next generations of composites and light weight alloys would be used for aerospace, automotive and various structural applications. They will be expected to possess multiple advanced properties in addition to high strength and toughness. For example, in Aerospace applications, the light weight alloys and composites will be subjected to much greater extreme conditions of temperature, pressure and radiations. This symposium will include a wide variety of light weight alloys and composites, such as Al, Mg, Ti alloys, high entropy alloys and metal matrix, ceramic matrix and polymer matrix composites. Focus will also be on the improvements in the mechanical properties of these materials at relatively high temperatures and at extreme and corrosive environments.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided

A Data-driven Search and Analysis for Selection of Ti-containing High Entropy Alloys for Aeroengine Applications
Correlations between Ultrasonic Processing, Reinforcement Morphology, and Multi-scale Mechanical Performance of Metal Matrix Composites
Delayed Aging in Aluminum Alloys
Designing Al-Cu Alloy to Improve the Mechanical Properties and Thermal Stability via Micro-alloying with Cr Solute
Development and Research of a Scandium-containing Filler for Welding Aircraft Products from an Alloy of the Mg-Zr-Nd System
Development of Functionally Graded Al Metal Matrix Hybrid Composite Reinforced with CNT ,Y2O3 & SiC through PM Route
Development of Hierarchical Aluminum-based Metal Matrix Composites Using Friction Extrusion
Effect of Tin Addition on Mechanical and Corrosion Behavior of Mg-Zn-Si Alloy
Enhancing the Strength of Al-B4C Composites
Friction Stir Processing Based Local Microstructure Modification to Improve High-cycle Fatigue Properties of High-pressure Die-cast Aluminum Alloy
Improving the Strength of AlCoCrNi Dual-phase High-entropy Alloy through ChemicalTtransformation
Influence of Alkaline Earth Metals on Structure Formation and Magnesium Alloys Properties
Investigating Solid Solution Formation in High Entropy Carbide-based Ceramics
Investigation of the Residual Stress on AlSi10MnMg Alloy with Various Grain Size
Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Highly-reinforced Aluminum Composite Powders Produced by Mechanical Alloying
Novel Materials Discovery on Li-Based Compounds Using Machine Learning
Recent Developments in Flux-Free Brazing of Aluminum Alloys
Selective Reinforcement of Structures Using Fiber Reinforced Aluminum
Self-assembly and In-situ X-ray Diffraction Characterization of Two-dimensional Ti3C2Tx MXene in Al Matrices for Additive Manufacturing
Single and Double Core-Shell Nanocomposite Bulk Ceramics in the Y2O3-ZrO2-Al2O3 System
Solute Synergy Improved Thermal Stability of Nanotwinned Al Alloys
The Effect of Si on Tungsten Aluminide Formation and Growth
The Role of Mo and Ti in Strengthening Mechanical Properties of the AlCrFeNi Eutectic High Entropy Alloys
Ultrasonically-Induced Microstructural Refinement to Improve Strength of an Al-Si-Mg Casting
Understanding the Influence of Yield Asymmetry on Sheet Metal Bendability of Magnesium Alloys

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