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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium TMS-DGM Symposium on Lightweight Metals: A Joint US-European Symposium on Challenges in Light Weighting the Transportation Industry
Sponsorship DGM (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV)
TMS: Magnesium Committee
TMS: Aluminum Committee
Organizer(s) Eric A. Nyberg, Brunel University London
Wilhelmus H. Sillekens, European Space Agency
Juergen Hirsch, Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products GmbH
Norbert Hort, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Scope The recent demand for lightweight metals (including aluminum and magnesium alloys) has seen historically high growth rates due in part to their role in meeting the continuously increasing requirements for improved fuel efficiency and reduced green-house gas emission for transport vehicles. In line with that, research and development efforts are leading to notable advances in these materials, their processing as well as in their application, that justify a symposium on its own. This joint symposium between TMS and DGM (the German Materials Society) welcomes contributions relating to its title that cover – but are not limited to – sustainable use of lightweight metals in the design and tailoring of monolithic and composite cast, wrought and additive materials, as well as in the manufacturing of semi-finished and finished products. Especially welcomed are contributions with a possible scientific and technological relevance across the different material classes (e.g., DC- and twin-roll casting, rheo- and shape casting, extrusion, forging and warm forming, multi-material joining, hybrid lightweight design and performance, analytical and modeling approaches).
Because this symposium is co-sponsored by the Al and Mg committees the papers presented will be published in their respective proceedings. For magnesium-related titles, in keeping with the long-standing tradition of presenting the most recent and highest quality work on magnesium, this symposium features a collection of manuscripts in an edited book entitled Magnesium Technology 2019. This book features the finest and latest breaking articles in magnesium research from the past year and is listed with the main indexing services including Elsevier Engineering Index and Thomas Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index, as well as published as a Google eBook online, making its articles readily searchable and available on the web and citable.
A condition of delivering an oral presentation is submitting a paper for inclusion in the Magnesium Technology 2019 book. Exemptions are only permissible if:
(1) publishing in TMS journals, specifically Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, B, or E, IMMI, JOM or other TMS sponsored journal by the same group of authors in the same year. Exemptions will only be provided to those furnishing an AUTHORS COPY of their manuscript, letter of acceptance from the editor, or similar document illustrating that the manuscript was accepted by a TMS sponsored journal by the deadline of SEPTEMBER 10, 2018. By checking “YES, I will provide a manuscript for the proceedings for making an oral presentation” under PROCEEDINGS PARTICIPATION, you are indicating that you understand that a manuscript is required to make an oral presentation and it is your intent that this manuscript be included in the 2019 Magnesium Technology book, which includes transferring the copyright of the contents of the manuscript to TMS. For aluminium-related presentations, the corresponding papers are planned to be featured in Light Metals.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Light Metals
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Novel Flexible SSM and HPDC Equipment to Process Secondary Aluminium Alloys for Decarbonising Lightweight Parts in Automotive Sector
A Theory for Designing Ductile Materials with Anisotropy
Assessing the Impact of Texture and its Gradients on the Forming Limits of an AA6xxx Sheet Alloy
Development of New Magnesium Alloy Strengthened by Nano Second Phase Precipitation
Development, Characterization, Mechanical and Corrosion Behavior Investigation of Multi Direction Forged Mg-Zn Alloy
Effect of Split Sleeve Cold Expansion on the Residual Stress, Texture and Fatigue Life of Rolled AZ31B Magnesium Alloy
Electrochemical Behaviour of ECAP Processed AM Series Magnesium Alloy
Incorporating an ICME Approach into Die-Cast Magnesium Alloy Component Design
Increasing the Strength and Electrical Conductivity of AA6101 Aluminum by Nanostructuring
Influences of SiC Particle Additions on the Grain Refinement of Mg-Zn Alloys
Issues of Castability of Magnesium Alloys
Mechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Ultrasonic Metal Welded Large Cross Section Aluminum Wire/Copper Terminal Joints
The Dependence of Local Strain Distribution on Quench Rate for Al-Mg-Si-Mn-Fe Alloys
The Effect of through Thickness Texture Variation on the Anisotropic Mechanical Response of an Extruded Al-Mn-Fe-Si Alloy
The Effects of Strontium Addition on the Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Al-7Si Alloy Reinforced with In-situ Al3Ti Particulates Particulates


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