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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced Materials and Reservoir Engineering for Extreme Oil & Gas Environments II
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Nanomechanical Materials Behavior Committee
Organizer(s) Indranil Roy, Schlumberger
Xinghang Zhang, Purdue University
Ting Chen, West Virginia University
Greg Kusinski, Chevron
Jefferson Rodrigues, Petrobras
Hani Elshahawi, Shell Exploration & Production, Co.
Scope Advanced Materials and Reservoir Engineering for Extreme Oil & Gas Environments - II was started as the first TMS International Symposium in 2013, focusing on the Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, particularly metallic materials such as ultrafine grained (UFG), nanocrystalline (nc), nano-reinforced metallic and non-metallic composites encompassing the critical aspects of reservoir engineering in hostile environments. Continuing on the legacy of success AMREE Oil & Gas, the symposium will be organized every alternate year.
With the accelerating development of high-pressure high-temperature (HPHT) reservoirs (pressure > 20kpsi, temperature > 350 degF), the Oil &Gas industry faces not only new materials-related challenges but also questions regarding reservoir characteristics, resulting in the increased use of costly and more exotic materials. Nanostructured and advanced materials potentially offer new possibilities in drilling, exploration and production.
In this symposium both academia and industry are invited to discuss and review the topic of extreme environment as an input to the design of novel materials for Oil & Gas applications. This symposium will cover the following topics:

Nanostructured, UFG and advanced oilfield materials for structural and functional applications
Emerging technologies in the advancements in UFG/nc-materials
Carbon nano-tube, graphene, and nano-reinforced materials
Corrosion, environmentally-assisted cracking and materials degradation
Processing and property-enhancement by severe plastic deformation (SPD)
Properties: physical, mechanical including deformation mechanisms
Multifunctional nano-scale coatings and surface treatments
High-temperature electronic materials
Advanced non-metallic materials, including polymers and cements
Reliability and materials failures
Computational and analytical modeling
Reservoir characteristics, phase behavior and challenges for hostile Oil & Gas reservoirs

This symposium includes 6 sessions, consisting of invited and contributed oral presentations. A panel discussion is planned at the end of the symposium.

Awards: AMREE Oil & Gas II will be hosting a Young Scientist Session for students or post-docs within three years of their Ph.D. Up to two Gold Medals and three Silver Medals wll be presented for best oral presentation. Awards will also be given for best poster (one Gold Medal and a Silver Medal). The awards will be decided by a committee which includes the symposium organizers and invited speakers. Each medalist will receive a certificate.

NOTE: If you would like to be considered for the Young Scientist Session, please indicate this on your submitted Abstract.

Selected papers will be published in a special issued of a leading journal based on a rigorous peer review procedure.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

A Combined Experimental-Simulation Study of Strain Localization in Austenitic Materials
Advanced High-Performance Composite Molding Systems for Oil & Gas Extreme HP/HT Applications
Advantages of Gradient Surface Structure
Computational Simulation of the Hydrogen Diffusion and Prediction of Hydrogen Diffusivity in Clustered Nanocrystalline and Fine Grained Polycrystalline Nickel
Corrosion Characterization of Advanced High Interstitial Stainless Steels
Corrosion Resistance of Fe-Based Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Alloys
Corrosion Resistant Alloys for High Pressure High Temperature Sour Environments
Development of High Strength and Corrosion Resistant Nanostructured Ferritic Alloys for Oil & Gas Applications
Effect of Machine Hammer Peening Surface Treatment on Pitting Corrosion Behavior of Oil-Grade Alloy 718
Effect of the Volume Fraction and Distribution of the Rotated Cube Texture Component on Fracture Toughness in Pipeline Steels
Exceptional Functional Properties of Bulk Nanomaterials Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation Techniques
High Temperature Flow Response of Severely Deformed Titanium
High Temperature Shape Memory Alloys for Potential Applications in Oil and Gas Industry
Hydrogen Embrittlement in Advanced Materials for Oil and Gas Industry: A Nanomechanical Approach
Material Factors Determining Sulfide Stress Cracking Susceptibility in Low-Alloy OCTG Steels
Mechanical Behaviors and Radiation Response of Nanostructured Cu/Fe Multilayers
Micromechanics of Hydrogen-Induced Fracture: From Experiments and Modelling to Prognosis
Multifunctional Composites- Engineered Materials for Enhanced Completion and Stimulation Efficiencies
Nano-engineered Surfaces and Coatings for Efficiency Enhancements
Nanostructured Materials and Design Innovations for Step Changes in Multi Stage Stimulation
Nanostructured Materials: Addressing Corrosion and Cracking in Extreme Environments
Nanostructuring Alloys For Oil and Gas Industry Applications
Novel Cement Composition for Sustaining Wellbore Integrity and Microstructural Characterization
Performance Mapping of Tungsten Carbide Metal Matrix Composites for Use in Severe Wear Applications
Pitting Corrosion and Corrosion Fatigue Crack Propagation of Oil-Grade Nickel-Base Alloy 718
Simultaneous High Strength and Ductility Achieved via Distributed Nanoscale Domains in Elemental Metals
Synergistic Effects Between Localized Corrosion Resistance and Environmental Assisted Cracking of CrMn-Stainless Steel in Chloride-Containing Solutions
The Preparation of a New Biodiesel Antioxidant and Kinetic Analysis
The Role of Grain Boundary Character in H-Assisted Intergranular Fracture
Ultrafine-grain Metals by Severe Plastic Deformation for Tube Applications
Understanding Thermal Stability of Tin-Base Solders and Its Effect on Reliability of Downhole Electronics
Wear Resistance of the Ti/TiC Coatings Deposited by Means of Supersonic Cold Gas Spray Technique

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