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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Materials Design Approaches and Experiences V
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Akane Suzuki, GE Research
Ji-Cheng Zhao, University of Maryland
Michael G. Fahrmann, Haynes International
Qiang Charles Feng, University of Science and Technology Beijing
Michael S. Titus, Purdue University
Scope This symposium is a continuation of four previous successful symposia held at TMS annual meetings in 2001 (Indianapolis), 2006 (San Antonio), 2012 (Orlando) and 2016 (Nashville). It serves as a periodic review of the state-of-the-art development on the subject. In this symposium, we will bring together materials scientists and engineers to share their experiences, including successful and unsuccessful examples, challenges, lessons learned, in developing wide variety of class of alloys for industrial applications, as well as new tools and methodologies that enable efficient alloy design and accelerated implementation processes. The interaction between the two groups will bridge the gaps between them, thus accelerating the transition of new design tools to alloy development. Covering both past experiences and new approaches – both experimental and computational, this symposium will also help identify some critical areas/needs in new methodologies/tools for the community to focus upon. Applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning to alloy design are one of the new areas of interest in this symposium.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2019
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Accelerated Design of High-temperature Alloys with Data Analytics and Supercomputing
Accelerated Materials Design Strategy for Additive Manufacturing at Access e.V.
Alloy Design Through Sequential Learning
Alloying Element Effects on Migrating Interfaces in Steels: A Phase-field Study
Application of Computational Tools in Designing Ni-base Single-Crystal Superalloys
Design of a New Ni-base Superalloy for Large-scale Casting via High-throughput CALPHAD Computation
Design of Cobalt Base Single Crystal Superalloys
Design of Ni-Co-Ru multi-principal elements alloys
Design principles for complex, concentrated alloys (CCAs)
Designing for Local Phase Transformation Strengthening in Nickel Based Superalloys
Development of Cast Alumina-forming Austenitic Stainless Steels and their Implementation In High Temperature Industrial Applications
Development of HAYNES® 233® Alloy
Development of Ni-based Alloys For Transportation Applications
Development of Nuclear Grade Wrought FeCrAl Alloys for Accident Tolerant Fuel Cladding
Discovery of maraging steel: machine learning vs. physical metallurgical models
Domain-guided ML tool for designing new Fe-9Cr steels
Effect of Vibration on residual stress of a stiffened steel plate during welding: A numerical study
Equilibrium segregation and localized phase transition at stacking faults in Ni-based superalloys
Further developments of CALPHAD based tools for accelerating alloy design
Genomic Materials Design: Making CyberSteels Fly
High-Throughput CALPHAD Calculation for Accelerated Materials Design
Improved 3rd Generation Single Crystal Superalloy CMSX-4® Plus (SLS) – a study of evolutionary alloy development
Integrated Study of First-principles Calculations and Experimental Measurements for Hydrogen Effect on FCC to HCP Martensitic Transformation
Interface based alloy design
Material and Process 4.0: Model-Based Material and Process Development
Materials Discovery and Design using Heritage Data
Materials parameters in designing FCC high-entropy alloys
Materials, Manufacturing, and Design: Perspectives on New and Nascent Techniques
Microstructural design for advanced aluminium and magnesium alloys
Microstructure and cracking susceptibility of continuously cast slabs of 3rd Generation advanced high strength steels
New alloy design strategy via non-conventional phase transformation pathways
Non-equilibrium interfacial solute segregation as a thermal stabilization mechanism in Al-Cu alloys
On the use of multiscale modelling strategies to design precipitation-hardened Al alloys
Oxidation resistant refractory metal high entropy alloys for ultrahigh temperature structural applications
Precipitate-mediated dislocation transformer in Ni-base superalloys
Strength Prediction in a Quaternary Mg Alloy System Using a Multi-Scale Optimization Framework
Strong and ductile steel designed by dislocation engineering
Synergistic Nano-precipitation in Mn-stabilized Austenitic Steels
The FaMUS Methodology for Quantify Materials Understanding and its Application to the NSUF Research Portfolio.
Titanium alloy and process design: gaining insights through multi-scale computation and comparison with experiments


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