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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium High Temperature Creep Properties of Advanced Structural Materials
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
Organizer(s) Gianmarco Sahragard-Monfared, University of California, Davis
Mingwei Zhang, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Jeffery C. Gibeling, University of California, Davis
Scope Given the simultaneous development of high temperature alloys and manufacturing processes, it is necessary to investigate the effects on creep properties of these coexisting advancements. With the resurgence of high temperature refractory alloys and oxide dispersion alloys through the relatively new material class of multi-principal element alloys and the advent of other such superalloys, it is critical to re-examine conventional behaviors of creep as these new alloys introduce additional mechanisms that have not been traditionally observed. Beyond compositional advances, there have been exceptional fabrication and processing advances in the last decade such as those in additive manufacturing that directly impact the creep properties of these materials. This symposium focuses on the new challenges and new opportunities in advanced structural materials for service under extreme conditions and poses a reconsideration of what is thought to be typical high temperature creep behavior given this ever changing materials landscape.
Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A microstructure sensitive model to account for the non-isothermal creep behavior of Ni-based single crystal superalloys
A study on microstructure and mechanical properties of Fe-Cr-Ni-Al-V alloys
CALPHAD Alloy Design for Diffusion-mediated Plasticity-Induced Phase Transformations for Creep Resistant Multicomponent Principal Elemental Alloy
Creep and Creep-Ratcheting Behaviour of Selective Laser Melted (SLM) Additively Manufactured (AM) Inconel 718
Creep and tensile properties of five novel, computationally designed Ni-based SX superalloys
Creep behavior at elevated temperatures of several polycristalline Ni-based superalloys strengthened by MC-carbides
Creep Behaviors of High-entropy alloys
Creep Ratcheting of a HP+NbW (MA) Steam Methane Reformer Tube Alloy
Creep Simulations of Refractory High Entropy Alloys
Crystal Plasticity Creep Modeling in Cobalt based Superalloys
Effect of alloying additions on twinning in Ni-based superalloys
Effect of the Casting Process on the Microstructure and Creep Properties of a Cast Ni-Based Alloy
Effects of controlling Ti and Al on microstructure and mechanical properties of Fe-Cr-Co-Al-Ti ferritic alloys
Induction of Alternative Shearing Pathways During Creep Deformation of Nickel Based Superalloys via Local Phase Transformation Strengthening
Mechanisms of Creep in Additively Manufactured NiCoCr and ODS-NiCoCr Multi-Principal Element Alloys
Modeling and validation of transient room temperature creep in Ti-6Al by DIC-enabled high throughput bending of cantilevers
On the high temperature strength of single crystal Ni-base superalloys
Role of Cr content on creep-rupture performance in alumina-forming austenitic alloys
Strengthening against creep at elevated temperature of HEA alloys of the CoNiFeMnCr type using MC-carbides
Strengthening mechanisms at elevated temperatures in ultrafine grained ODS steels
The Elevated Temperature Creep, Fatigue, and Fracture Behavior of Nickel-based Superalloys Manufactured by Direct Metal Laser Sintering
The relative effect of Boron and Nitrogen additions on creep resistance of WTC simulated Modified 9Cr-1Mo steels
Thermal Creep Models Derived from a Comprehensive Multiple Heat 9Cr Tempered Martensitic Steels Database
Threshold Creep Behaviour of Ni-based Superalloy IN740H


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