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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium ICME Accelerated Materials Discovery in Process & Product Development
Organizer(s) Weizhou Li, Caterpillar Inc
Justin Mach, Caterpillar Inc.
Yu-Ping Yang, EWI
Sundeep Mukherjee, University of North Texas
Scope Recent developments in ICME and high throughput techniques can significantly reduce product development cycle time and cost. With methods like high-throughput by miniaturizing the scale of experiments and advanced material modeling approaches, material discovery time is shortened significantly. Furthermore, integrating manufacturing process considerations and microstructure based property prediction into product design iterations will move the traditional design, build, and test cycle up stream. This makes true product design optimization possible. With fast materials discovery, optimized design, and minimized design-build-test cycle time, a significant reduction in product development time and cost can be realized. This symposium will provide a forum for both experimental and computational work related to the integration of materials discovery, manufacturing effects, and microstructure based modeling into product development.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

A Multi-scale Approach to Correlating Microstructure, Properties and Performance of Multiphase Steels
Accelerated Development of Advanced Metallic Alloys by Thin-film Approach
Computational Design and Processing of Titanium Metal Matrix Composites in Ti-B-X System
Computational Simulation and Physical Validation of Welded Aluminum Structures
Design, Creep Performance, and Deformation Behavior of an Eta-phase Strengthened Nickel Base Alloy for Advanced Power Applications
ICME Accelerated the Design of Welded Structures and the Development of Additive Manufacturing Process
ICME Design of γ’ Strengthened Co-based Superalloys: Current Capabilities and Future Needs
ICME Investigation of Electrical Conductivity of Al-Zn-Ni Alloys for Precipitation Hardening
Integrated Computational Development of Induction Heat Treatment Process for Automotive Axle Shafts
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for the Discovery of New Classes of Materials

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