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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Failure Analysis & Characterization
Organizer(s) Andrew A. Havics, PH2 LLC
James F. Lane, Rimkus Consulting Group Inc
Burak Akyuz, Applied Technical Services Inc
Pierre Dupont, UMONS, Faculté Polytechnique de MONS (FPMs)
Scope Failure analysis tools and techniques for a wide variety of failures as well as fracture and fatigue characterization. This will include case studies and tutorials focusing on investigation and evaluation of failures and the methods used such as metallography. Specific processes such as environmentally assisted failures and crack propagation will be addressed. There will be a joint session between the Failure Analysis Society (FAS) and the International Metallography Society (IMS) on metallography related to characterization and failure analysis
Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Definite: At-meeting proceedings

A Case of Aluminum Nitride Embrittlement of Heavy Wall Cast Steel
Brittle Crack Arrest Behavior of a Heavy-gauge Steel Plate
Case Studies on Aluminum Failures Caused by Microstructural Abnormalities
Case Study Invoving Failure Sequence Determination of Machinery
Comparative Analysis of Convertor Tubes Failed due to Thermo-mechanical Fatigue and Creep
Comparison of Environmental Cracking in Metals and Polymers
Corrosion Inhibition and Passivation Characteristics of Neem Leaf Oil Extracts on Mild Steel in Citric Acid Media
Corrosion Inhibition Performance of Cedrus Atlantica on Low Carbon Steel in Dilute Acid Concentrations
Crack Propagation in Advanced Materials: Characterizing the Importance of Strain and Chemistry Using EBSD and EDS
Creep Damage on High Energy Piping
Effect of White Aluminum Dross on the Corrosion Resistance of Reinforcement Carbon Steel in Simulated Concrete Pore Solution
Evidence Preservation: ASTM E-1351 Replica Methods & Case History Practice
Failing Well: Case Studies Focused on the Fundamentals of Successful Failure Analysis
Failure Analysis and Remaining Life Assessment of Reformer Outlet Manifold
Failure Analysis of a Corrosion Resistant Hot Water Heater
Failure Analysis of a Separator Shaft
Failure Analysis of Racing Engine Components in Large Displacement V-8 Engines
Failure Analysis Techniques for Potable Water Components
Fatigue Crack Threshold Analysis with TiAl SENT and CC Specimens – Influence of Starter Notch and Pre-cracking
Faulty Metallurgy and Maintenance Causing Bolt Failures in Oil and Gas Industry
Formation of Defects during Liquid Metal Processing: Consequences and Solutions
Fractography Assisted Wear Mechanism for Engine VSI Application
Hydrogen-related Plastic Deformation and Fracture Behaviors in 2Mn-0.1C Steel with Ferrite Microstructure
Initiation and Propagation of Rolling Contact Fatigue Cracks Observed by Laminography Using Ultra-bright Synchrotron Radiation X-ray
Investigation of Corrosion of a Hot Water Heater Hose
Lateral Constraint in Flat Punch Nanoindentation
Microbiological Induced Corrosion of Welds in Stainless Steel Piping
Microscopical Coating Investigations
On the Different Rolling Contact Fatigue Theories and their Use in Industrial Design & FA
On The Use of Thermal Simulations to Explain Complex Failures Modes of Bearings within Machineries
Rolling Contact Fatigue Failure Analysis of Ball Bearing in Gear Box
Simultaneous Topographical and Electrochemical Mapping using Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy–scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SICM-SECM)
The Effect of Microstructural Features and Composition on the Damage Behaviour of Tool Steels
The Influence of Monotonic Damage on Metal Fatigue at High Stress-ratios
The Root Cause of a Plant Fire: Bearing Defects and Pump Cavitation
Torsional Fatigue Failure of Pump Shaft of a Gas Cleaning Plant(GCP) in Blast Furnace
Use of Surface Replication Systems as a Method of Non-destructive Failure Analysis
Using High-Energy X-ray Diffraction Microscopy to Study In-situ Damage Initiation Mechanisms in Al-Li 2099
Visual Examination Techniques for Failure Analysis
When Cleaning Makes a Mess: Case Studies Involving Cleaning Agents

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