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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Micro- and Nanomechanical Testing in Harsh Environments
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Nanomechanical Materials Behavior Committee
Organizer(s) Verena Maier-Kiener, Montanuniversitšt Leoben
Sandra Korte-Kerzel, RWTH Aachen
Peter Hosemann, Univ of California
Afrooz Barnoush, Ntnu
Jeffrey M. Wheeler, ETH Zurich
Dhriti Bhattacharyya, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization
Scope Most materials are exposed to an environment different than that found in laboratory conditions, and it has been recognized that a material’s properties change based on the environment to which it is exposed. Therefore, understanding the mechanisms by which a material’s properties change in harsh environments (e.g. high and low temperatures, high strain rate deformation, and corrosive agents) and under non-ambient conditions is key to understanding materials behavior in service conditions.
Micro- and nanoscale materials testing has been often utilized for a deeper understanding of the basic phenomena of materials degradation and behavior. An obvious next step is to expand these valuable measurements to the environments that materials are exposed to during service conditions in order to study the synergistic effects between harsh environments and materials property degradation on the nanoscale. The harsh environments materials experience can have a direct impact on the performance of nano-devices and nano-enabled energy systems in many different applications.
Topics include:
- Nanoindentation and micromechanical testing at non-ambient conditions
- Small scale mechanical behavior under harsh environments and/or dynamic loading conditions
- New approaches for reliable testing at elevated and low temperatures
- Accelerated testing techniques
- In-situ electrochemical loading during micromechanical testing
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A versatile shear-based method to study mechanical properties of metals at small scales
Comparison of soft Al-Zn-Mg-Cu and hard W-Re alloys: A High-Temperature Nanoindentation study.
Creep behavior of thermally stable nanocrystalline NiW alloy using high temperature nanoindentation.
Deformation in the Intermetallic Mg2Ca Laves Phase from Room- to High-Temperature
Dislocation structure and GB movement in W at RT during grain boundary pop-in
Effect of varying interfaces on strain rate sensitivity of nanostructured metals – a case study on nickel
Elevated temperature nano- and micro-impact of hard PVD coatings
Elevated temperature nanomechanical characterization of Mg-nanocomposites
Elevated Temperature Nanomechanical Mapping and Approaches to High-Throughput Mechanical Testing of Fe-based Alloys
Environmental TEM study of Hydrogen Effect on the Evolution of Irradiation-induced Dislocation Loops in α-Fe at Elevated Temperature
Evaluation of hydrogen embrittlement of technical relevant alloy systems by means of electrochemical nanoindentation
Exploring grain boundary-defect interactions in Pt and Pt-Au using in-situ TEM high cycle fatigue
High-throughput investigation of strength and creep in Mg alloys through micromechanical testing
High speed nanomechanical property mapping and data deconvolution
High Temperature Nanomechanical Characterization of Transition Metal Carbides
High temperature responses of bulk metallic glasses in nanoindentation
Hydrogen-dislocation interaction in Al and Fe revisited by quantitative mechanical tests inside TEM
In operando high speed nanoindentation mapping
Investigation of the effects of thermal treatment and coldwork on grain boundary strength in Alloy 600 for stress corrosion cracking
Mapping strains at high temperature on micromechanical testpieces
Material optimisation for small scale bending creep by additive manufacturing of cantilevers
Measuring stress-strain curves of metals by nanoindentation with a frustum
Mechanical behavior of flash-sintered yttria stabilized zirconia via in-situ microcompression tests at elevated temperatures
Mechanical high-temperature characteristics of FCC/BCC metal nanocomposites investigated by means of advanced nanoindentation techniques
Microindentation on monocrystalline materials at low temperatures
Multiscale 3D investigation of environmental barrier coatings and damage in angle-interlocked ceramic matrix composite under in-situ loading
Nanomechanical characterization in cryogenic environments
Nanotwinned Al-Fe solid solution alloys with high strength and enhanced thermal stability
Probing hydrogen-deformation interactions in additively manufactured stainless steel using synchrotron x-rays
Real-time Deformation in Cold Sprayed Aluminum Alloy at Elevated Temperatures by In-situ Nanoindentation
Temperature and Strain-rate Dependence of the Mechanical Behavior of Freestanding Gold Thin Films
Thermally activated fracture behavior at the micron scale
Ultrahigh Elastically Compressible Superconductor, CaKFe4As4
Under Pressure: Deformation of Metallic Nanocrystals up to 20 GPa
Understanding bcc Mg under extreme conditions of pressure, temperature and high strain rates
Virtual Experiments: Discrete Dislocation Plasticity Simulations of Hydrogen in Microcantilevers
In situ scanning electron microscopy for microstructural and micro-mechanical characterization during hydrogen-charging


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