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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Interface-Mediated Properties of Nanostructured Materials
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Nanomechanical Materials Behavior Committee
Organizer(s) Caizhi Zhou, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Nan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Peter Anderson, The Ohio State University
Michael Demkowicz, Texas A&M University
Scope Advanced nanostructured materials, such as metallic nanolayered composites, nanograined and nanotwinned metals, core/shell wires and nanostructured coatings, have drawn increased attention from the materials science community because of their potential for ultrahigh strength, increased ductility, thermal stability and elevated fracture toughness. Fundamental barriers must be resolved to manufacture such advanced nanostructured materials in bulk form and at reduced cost. Significant research has been conducted in recent years to understand the underlying mechanisms that control the mechanical behavior of these advanced nanostructured materials. Both experiments and modeling have revealed that as microstructure length-scales are reduced from micrometer- to nanometer levels, interfaces, such as grain boundaries and phase boundaries, become crucial in determining the mechanical behavior of nanostructured materials.

This symposium solicits submissions from both the experimental and modeling communities whose research addresses the deformation and fracture of nanostructured materials and the correlation with structure and processing.

Specific topics include but are not limited to:
- Defect-interface interactions
- Mechanical instabilities such as shear band formation or necking
- In-situ techniques for mechanical testing of nanostructured materials
- Atomistic simulations to understand unit deformation mechanisms as well as collective behaviors
- Multiscale modeling of deformation and fracture of nanostructured materials
Abstracts Due 07/17/2016
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Ab Initio Determination of the Energetics of Atomically Sharp Interfaces
Atomistic Simulations at Reduced Strain Rates of Dislocation Interactions in Nanocrystalline Al
Collective Deformation Mechanisms and their Effect on Nanoscale Interfacial Networks
Competing Interfaces within Hierarchical Nanostructured Metallic Alloys
Deformation and Fracture in Stressed Multi-layer Thin Films
Deformation Mechanisms in bcc Mg/Nb
Deformation Mode Transitions in Amorphous Cu45Zr55/Crystalline Cu Nanolaminates
Dislocation Nucleation Controlled Deformation in Angstrom Scaled FCC Twins
Excess Volume and Defect Annealing in Ultrafine-grained Ni Studied by Difference Dilatometry
Fracture Behavior of Nanostructured Heavily Cold Drawn Pearlite: Influence of the Interface
Fracture Toughness of Al/SiC Nanolaminates: Experiments and Simulation
Grain Boundary Anisotropy-mediated Properties of fcc and bcc Materials
Green’s Function Formulation for Vacancy-assisted Dislocation Climb and Applications to Low Angle Grain Boundaries
In-situ TEM Observations of Grain Growth during High-cycle Fatigue and Notch Fatigue
Influence of Crystalline Nanoprecipitates on Shear-band Propagation in Cu-Zr-based Metallic Glasses: A Computational Study
Intrinsic Surface Stress Effects on Surface Dislocation Nucleation in Nanoscale Pristine Metals
Intrinsic Twin Boundary Defects and Strength in Nanotwinned Ag and Ag-Cu Alloys
Joining of Copper by Ag Nanopaste: Microstructure and Strength Behavior Depending on Different Process Parameters
Mechanisms for Stable Nanocrystalline Materials via Nanometallic Multilayers
Micro-scale Scratch Behavior of Copper-silver Nanolayers
Mitigation of Atomic Oxygen Attack to Spacecraft Composite Structures: A Fundamental Investigation Using Reactive Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Face-centered Cubic Metallic Nanospheres under Uniaxial Compression
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Mg/Nb Interfaces: Shear Strength and Interaction with Lattice Glide Dislocations
On the Frank-Bilby Equation and the Corresponding Relaxed Dislocation Structures
On the Impact of Capillarity for Strength at the Nanoscale
Plasticity in Small-scale Metallic Composites
Role of Twinning, Dynamic Recrystallization, and Shear Banding in the Microstructural Evolution of Magnesium Alloys
Slip Transmission in fcc/fcc Bilayers Using Phase Field Dislocation Dynamics
Strengthening Mechanisms of Nanoporous Metallic Materials
Strength, Plasticity, and Toughness of Nanolaminated Materials
The Role of Interfaces on Plasticity in Dislocation Nucleation-mediated Nanostructures
The Twinning Genome: A Systematic Framework for Predicting Twinning in Materials
Twinning Paths and Twin Boundaries in Hexagonal Close-packed Titanium


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