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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Advanced High Strength Steel Design / Technological Exploitation
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Alla V. Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company
Daniel James Branagan, The NanoSteel Company
Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines
Scope This Symposium will focus on recent achievements in development of Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) for various applications including automotive industry which have recently increased the usage of a number of currently available AHSS grades such as Dual Phase (DP) and Transformation Induced Plasticity (TRIP). These steels are known for their increased strength with acceptable ductility leading to improved performance and lightweighting. However, in today’s heavily regulated marketplace towards greater vehicle safety, improved fuel economy and lower manufacturing costs, existing grades cannot fulfill all the requirements. In the last decade, the steel industry has been making a sustained effort to innovate and create advanced steels and production methods to fulfill the demand of modern technological progress for materials with increasingly superior properties. Often, improved combinations of mechanical properties can be reached with microstructures formed by phases in metastable conditions at room temperature and/or by refinement grain sizes below the micrometer scale. There is a number of existing strategies that are being pursued towards this goal such as development of new steel alloys with unique chemistries as well as implementation of new processing routes, including quenching and partitioning (Q&P) and continuous treating lines with ultra-rapid heating and cooling. In addition to microstructural design, steel processing and structure /processing /property correlation, this Symposium will also include recent developments in steel characterization methods, simulations and modeling of metallurgical phenomena and technological processing, AHSS applications, end-users needs and requirements and is intended to accelerate the development and acceptance of new concepts and methodologies in a steel design as well as steel processing / production, product fabrication, microstructural characterization, mechanical testing, etc.

Proposed theme areas include but not limited to:
- New types / classes of AHSS
- Microstructural design
- Strength and ductility of AHSS
- Fundamentals, applications and innovations in AHSS
- Emerging technologies, challenges, and opportunities for AHSS
- Steels for automotive industry and structural design in next generation of vehicles
- AHSS for non-automotive applications
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3rd Generation AHSS: Geometry Insensitive Tensile Testing Methodology
3rd Generation AHSS: Global vs Local Formability
3rd Generation AHSS: Mechanisms Enabling High Cold Formability
3rd Generation AHSS: Pathway to Delayed Cracking Resistance
Advanced Strong and Ductile Low Alloy Multiphase Steels with Superior Work Hardening Capability
Annealing Temperature Dependence of the Tensile Behavior of 6pt Mn Multi-phase TWIP-TRIP Steel
Application of High Strength and Ultra-High Strength Steel Tubes in Structural Sections: Mechanical Properties and Micro-Structure
Austenite to Ferrite Transformation in Single Crystal Fe Alloy Particles on Single Crystal MgO Substrate
Boron Segregation and Its Effects in Boron Containing Steels
Composition and Property Designing of TRIP and TWIP Steels
Development of Newly-designed Press Hardened Steel (PHS) for TSDR Processing Conditions
DMAIC of Structural Steel Parts through FEM and DOE
Effect of Al Content on the Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Ferritic Lightweight Steels
Effect of Austempering Temperature and Time on Mechanical Properties of SAE 9260 Steel
Effect of Heat Treatment on the Strength and Toughness Matching of High Strength and High Toughness Low Alloy Cast Steel
Effect of Heat Treatment Paths on the Microstructure and Tensile Properties of High Cr Containing Ultrahigh Strength Steels
Effect of Induction Hardening Case Depth on Residual Stresses, Microstructural Phases and Fatigue Strength of 38MnVS6 Micro Alloyed Steel
Effect of Solute Partitioning on the Sensitization Resistance of AISI 321 and 347 Stainless Steels
Formation and Identification of Retained Austenite for TRIP Steel Properties
Hydrogen Embrittlement of Aluminized Ultra-high Strength Press Hardening Steel
Influence of Composition and Processing on the Strength and Torsional Ductility of High Strength Steel Wire
Influence of Heat Treatment on Microstructure and Mechanical Performance of 9Cr-1Mo-VN Steel
Internal Stresses and Processing Modeling for Galvanized and Galvannealed DP Steels
Materials Design for Quench and Partition Steels
Phase Filed Study of Plastic Accommodation in Austenite Matrix during the Formation of Lath Martensite
Phase Reversion-induced Nanograined/Ultrafine-grained (NG/UFG) Low Carbon Microalloyed Steel: Low Temperature Superplasticity
Precipitation Strengthening by Induction Treatment in High Strength Low Carbon Microalloyed Hot Rolled Plates
Spherical Nanoindentation Investigation on Martensitic Fe-Ni Steel, Effects of Carbon Content and Length Scale
Statistical Analysis of Heritage Data of 9Cr-steels, Using a Robust, Open-source, Data Analytics Design Approach
Synergistic Alloying Effect on Comprehensive Performances of the High Strength Stainless Steel
The Effect of MA Dispersed Morphology on Ductile Fracture Behavior in Bainite-MA Dual Phase Steels
The Impact of Processing on Structure-property Relationship in Ultrahigh Strength Nb-Ti Microalloyed Steels
The Influence of Phase Characteristics on the Cold Rollability of Medium-Mn Steels
The Plastic Accommodation in Austenite Matrix during the Formation of Lath Martensite
Thermomechanical Process Development of a Ferrite-bainite 540MPa HR Steel for Automotive Use, the Impact of the Run Out Table Technology
Ultra-fine-grained Quenching and Partitioning (Q&P) Steel Produced by near Ac3 Austenitizing
Validation of an Indirect Technique to Quantify the Amount of Niobium in Solution Prior to Hot Rolling
Work Hardening Behavior in Medium Mn TRIP Steels
In-situ Assessment of Strain-induced Martensitic Transformation in 10% Nickel Multi-phase Steels during Dynamic Compression


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