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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Material Design Approaches and Experiences IV
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
Organizer(s) Akane Suzuki, GE Global Research
Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University
Michael Fahrmann, Haynes International Inc.
Qiang Feng, University of Science and Technology Beijing
Scope This symposium is a continuation of three previous symposia on the same subject held at TMS annual meetings in 2001 (Indianapolis), 2006 (San Antonio) and 2012 (Orlando). In this regard, it serves as a periodic review of the state-of-the-art development on the subject. Like its predecessors, the symposium will bring together materials scientists and engineers who have developed successful alloys (that have found real applications) with those who are developing new materials design methodologies/tools. On the one hand, alloy developers from the industry will illustrate how some of the most successful alloys were developed, what tools were used, what property balance and trade-off were considered, and what tests were performed to bring the alloys to successful implementations. On the other hand, the methodology/tool developers will demonstrate what new tools have been developed and how these tools can be applied to alloy design. The interaction among the groups will bridge the gaps between them, thus accelerating the transition of new design tools to alloy developers. Covering both past experiences and new approaches – both experimental and computational, the symposium may also help identify some critical areas/needs in new methodologies/tools for the community to focus upon. One particular area of interest of this symposium is the age-old compromise between strength and ductility, and ways to optimize both.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: TMS Journal: JOM
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

1-GPa-grade Ultra-high-strength (Ferrite + Austenite) Duplex Lightweight Steels Achieved by Fine Dislocation Substructures (Taylor Lattices)
A Novel Computational Tool Linking Microstructure and Properties for Thermomechanical Processes
A Quantitative Description of Hierarchical Microstructure for Materials Engineering Design
Alloy Design and Development: From Classical Thermodynamics to CALPHAD and ICME Approaches
Alloy Design for Promoting Creep Resistance of Austenitic Cast Steels for Exhaust Component Applications
Alloying Effects on Oxidation Mechanisms in Polycrystalline Co-Ni-Al-W-Ta Base Superalloys
Application-specific R&D Pathway to Higher-Temperature Gamma (TiAl) Alloy Materials and Processes
Combinatorial Approach for Precipitation Strengthening Alloy Design
Computational Thermodynamic Facilitate Solution Heat Treatment Design for Aluminum and Magnesium Alloys
Decision Support Strategies in Design of Hierarchical Alloy Systems
Design and Development of Cast Alumina-forming Austenitic Stainless Steels
Design Approaches Using TCP Sigma Phase as a Promising Strengthener in Austenitic Heat Resistant Steels
Design of High Strength Lightweight Steels with High Work Hardening Rate
Design of Wear Resistant Boron-modified Supermartensitic Stainless Steel by Spray Forming Process
Designing Nano-engineered Steels, Atom by Atom
Development of a New Alloy Family - High Performance Ferrite
Development of Advanced Cast Aluminum Alloys for Automotive Engine Applications
Development of γ’ Strengthened Co-Base Superalloys - Phase Stability and Applications
Effect of Annealing Temperature on Microstructural Modification and Tensile Properties in Lean Fe-Mn-Al-C Lightweight Steels
Evolution Law of Grain Size of High Alloy Gear Steel in Hot Deformation
Experimental Investigation of the Sm-rich Side in Sm-Zr System
Flash Processing of Steels: Alternative Pathway to Develop Advanced High Strength Steels for Automotive Applications
Further Developments of CALPHAD Based Tools for Alloy Design
High Temperature Statistical Mechanics to Enable Alloy Design
Hydrogen Embrittlement Susceptibility in Tension and Fatigue of Austenitic Stainless Steels
ICME Design and Implementation of Recycled Cast Aluminum Alloys for Marine and Other Demanding Applications
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for Precipitation Modeling of Multi-Component Alloys
Interface Materials Design of Nanoscale Multi-layered Composite Materials and Its Mechanical Properties
Multi-scale Simulation towards the Understanding of the Microstructure Evolution and Fracture Behavior in Titanium Alloys
Precipitate Phase Stability in High Nb Containing Ni-base Superalloys
Progress in Polycrystalline Co/Ni Superalloys
Stability of Carbides in Advanced Polycrystalline Ni-base Superalloys
TiAl Alloy Design : Principles, Processing, Properties, and Applications


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