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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Materials in Clean Power Systems IX: Durability of Materials
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Energy Committee
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
Peter Hosemann, University of California, Berkeley
Kinga Angelika Unocic, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Paul D. Jablonski, DOE/NETL
Joseph J. Licavoli, Michigan Technological University
Donna P. Guillen, Idaho National Laboratory
Scope Growing energy demand and increasing concerns regarding energy security and pollution emission have sparked worldwide research and development for clean and renewable power technologies. Such technologies include but are not limited to clean coal technologies, carbon capture, concentrated solar power, biomass fuels & hydrogen-based power systems.
New specific high-temperature operating conditions are expected for each of these processes and the durability of candidate materials and coatings need to be assessed in order to meet targeted component lifetimes.
This symposium will focus on both the scientific and technological aspects of material degradation in clean power generation technologies, including: new material and coating development, mechanical properties characterization, corrosion resistance in complex environments, and component lifetime prediction.
The goal is to provide a forum for scientists and engineers from academia, national laboratories, and industry to present the latest developments and insight on the performance of materials being considered or used in clean power systems.

Proposed session topics
• Novel materials and materials degradation in clean coal and biomass power generation, hydrogen production from varied sources, and hydrogen-based IC and turbine systems.
• Materials for high-temperature heat transport systems with novel heat transport media, including, but not limited to, liquid metal, salt, and supercritical CO2.
• Degradation modeling and lifetime prediction of materials used in clean and renewable power systems.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

Characterization of Titanium Thin-Film Liquid/Gas Diffusion Layer in Clean and Renewable Power Systems
Computational Modeling of Metal Oxidation
Corrosion Behaviour of 9-12Cr Ferritic Steels and 18-25Cr Austenitic Steels in Supercritical CO2
Corrosion of Energy System Materials in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (sCO2)
Corrosion of Nickel-base Alloys by Supercritical CO2
Corrosion of Supercritical CO2 Turbomachinary Components
Cyclic Behavior and Fatigue Properties for Haynes 282
Development of Creep Resistant High Cr containing FeCrAl Ferritic Alloys for Fossil Energy Applications
Development of HfB2-ZrB2 Based Ceramics as High Temperature Electrode Materials for MHD Direct Power Extraction System
Effect of Temperature and Pressure on Supercritical CO2 Compatibility of Structural Alloys
Electrodeposition of MCrAlY and Pt-Modified MCrAlY Coatings for Gas-Turbine Engine Applications
Evaluation of the Creep-Rupture Behavior of Haynes Alloy 282 for Advanced Ultrasupercritical Boiler Service
Heat Resistant Alloy Development for Fossil Energy Power Generation
High-Temperature Corrosion of Diffusion Bonded Haynes 230 in Supercritical CO2 Cycle Conditions
High Pressure Steam Oxidation of Boiler and Turbine Alloys
High Temperature Corrosion in Molten Salts & Molten Salts Technology: Past, Present and Future
High Temperature Oxidation and Mechanical Properties of Novel Al-containing Fe-based ODS Alloys
Long-term Microstructural Stability in Haynes 282 after High Temperature Exposure
M-1: Effect of High Temperature Cyclic Oxidation on the Deformation of ODS and Cast FeCrAlY Alloys
M-2: Effect of Mechanical Loading on Galvanic Corrosion Using Electrochemical Characterization Techniques and Depth Profiling
M-3: Electrodeposition of Amorphous/Nanocrystalline Ni–Mo Alloy for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
M-4: Phyllanthus Muellerianus and Triethanolamine Synergistic Effects on Steel-reinforced Concrete in 0.5 M H2SO4: Implication for Clean Corrosion-protection of Wind-energy Structures in Industrial Environment
Materials Issues for Supercritical CO2 above 700C
Mechanical Characterization of Solid Acid Materials for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells
Precipitation Dynamics and the Role of Microstructural Changes in the Development of Alumina-Forming Austenitic Stainless Steels
Weldability of Gradient Tubes for High Temperature Application

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