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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Pan American Materials Congress: Materials for Infrastructure
Sponsorship Third Pan American Materials Congress Organizing Committee
Organizer(s) Henry A Colorado, Universidad de Antioquia
Oliverio Santiago Rodriguez, Centro de Investigacion en Química Aplicada
Scope Maintaining infrastructure in metropolitan and urban areas remains a global challenge in the 21st century. Proposed focus areas within this topic area include (but are not limited to) the state-of-the-art and potential for future innovations in materials issues related to infrastructure, including:

a. Next generation concretes and asphalts
b. Concrete reinforcement materials issues including rebar (steels), other reinforcements, and coatings
c. Metallic materials in infrastructure applications, including steel-, aluminum-, and copper-based alloys
d. Materials for highways, bridges, etc.
e. Corrosion and materials degradation issues in infrastructure applications
Abstracts Due 07/17/2016
Proceedings Plan Planned: Stand-alone book in which only your symposium’s papers would appear (indicate title in comments section below)
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Anticorrosion and Adsorption Mechanism of Rhizophora Mangle L Leaf-extract on Steel-reinforcement in 3.5% NaCl-immersed Concrete
Cassia Fistula Leaf-extract Effect on Corrosion-inhibition of Stainless-steel in 0.5 M HCl
Colombian Natural Fibers for Structural Materials
Development of Co-B-SiC Coatings for Use on Aeronautical and Automobile Industries
Effect of C5H11NO2S on Reinforcing-steel Corrosion in Concrete Immersed in Industrial/Microbial Simulating-environment
Fiber Reinforced Concrete Manufactured with Electric Arc Furnace Slag
Jigs, Hydro-cyclones and Sensor-based Sorting to Value Recycled Aggregates
PAN-25: Calcium Aluminate Cements Under High Temperature Oxidation Environment
PAN-26: Carbonation Study in Calcium Aluminate Cement Pastes
Performance of Hydraulic Mixes Manufactured with Electric Arc Furnace Slag Aggregates
Physical and Mechanical Properties of Bricks with Added Industrial Waste
Porous Asphalt Mixtures With 100% Siderurgic Aggregates
Portland Cement Paste Blended With Pulverized Coconut Fibers


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