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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Use of Large Scale Facilities to Understand the Physical Metallurgy of Fe-based Alloys
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Sebastien Allain, Institut Jean Lamour
Alexis Deschamps, Genoble Institute of Technology
MingXin Huang, University of Hong Kong
Amy J. Clarke, Colorado School of Mines
C. CEM Tasan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Scope Large scale facilities, such as synchrotron and neutron beamlines, play a growing role in the investigation of phase transformation mechanisms, microstructural evolution, and the mechanical properties of steels, thanks to their resolution compared to laboratory devices, and their versatility for time-resolved investigations. This symposium aims to facilitate exchanges about present-day practices in the usage of these instruments and future opportunities in this field to understand the physical metallurgy of Fe-based alloys.
The scope of this symposium comprises studies on steels (carbon steels, stainless steels, maraging steels and special products) using large scale facilities dedicated to the study of:
- In-situ characterization of solid-state phase transformation and microstructure evolution during processing and simulated manufacturing (recovery, recrystallization, nucleation and growth, precipitation, partitioning, aging, etc.)
- The link between microstructure and properties at phase scale (local strain/stress determination, residual stresses, deformation-induced transformations, damage, etc.)
- In-operando characterization of parts (residual stresses, fracture, damage, toughness, fatigue, etc.)
Contributions using the following techniques are expected: HEXRD, HEDM, MicroLaue Diffraction, SAXS/SANS, Anomalous scattering/diffraction, Holo-tomography, Laminography, Tomography, Neutron Diffraction, etc.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2019
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Carbide-free Bainite Transformations in Non-isothermal Conditions Investigated by In-situ High-energy X-ray Diffraction Experiments
Combining Interrupted Hopkinson Bar Tensile Tests with Synchrotron XRD to Study Work Hardening Behavior of Q&P Steels at High Strain Rates
High Throughput Characterization by Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction of the Austenite-to-ferrite Transformation Kinetics in Compositionally Graded Steels
In-situ Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction Stress Analysis during Laser Surface Line Hardening of Samples with Specific Geometric Features
In situ HEXRD Determination and Numerical Simulation of Internal Stresses during HeatTtreatment of Carburized and Carbonitrided Low-alloyed Steels
In situ Quantitative Study of Retained Austenite Mechanical Stability in 3rd Generation TRIP-aided Steels by High-Energy X-ray Diffraction on Synchrotron Beamline
Microstructure Evolution and Phase Transformations during Deformation of Metastable Austenitic CrMnNi Steel as Revealed by In situ Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Diffraction
Nucleation and Evolution of Sigma Phase and Nitrides during Heat Treatment and Welding of Duplex Stainless Steels
Precipitation Kinetics and Chemistry Evolution of Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Steels throughout their Consolidation Process Evaluated by In-situ Anomalous Small-angle X-ray Scattering
Real-time Investigation of Recovery, Recrystallization and Austenite Transformation during Annealing of a Cold-rolled Steel Using High Energy X-ray Diffraction (HEXRD)
Stress Tensor Determination during Phase Transformation of a Metal Matrix Composite using In situ High Energy X-ray Diffraction


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