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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Dynamic Behavior of Materials VI – An SMD Symposium in Honor of Professor Marc Meyers
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS/ASM: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Naresh Thadhani, Georgia Institute of Technology
George Thompson Gray, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Scope The dynamic behavior of materials encompasses a broad range of phenomena associated with extreme environment and with relevance to technological applications in military and civilian sectors. The field of dynamic behavior of materials comprises diverse phenomena such as deformation, fracture, fragmentation, shear localization, damage dissipation, chemical reactions under extreme conditions, and processing (combustion synthesis; shock compaction; explosive welding and fabrication; shock and shear synthesis of novel materials). It has evolved considerably in the past twenty years and is now at a stage where its significance to all classes of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites is becoming relevant.

It is recognized today, as evidenced by the contributions herein, that materials aspects are of utmost importance in extreme dynamic loading events. The macro mechanical and physical processes that govern the phenomena manifest themselves at the microstructural level, by dazzling complexity of defect configurations and effects. Nevertheless, these processes/mechanisms can be quantitatively treated on the basis of accumulated knowledge. We are entering an exciting stage where our capabilities, from continuum and molecular dynamics computations, enable realistic predictions of materials performances and are starting to guide not only the design process but also our further micromechanical understanding of deformation processes at every level, including the basic dislocation mechanisms. The multiple technologies applications of this field include crashworthiness, machining, and important military effects of armor and projectile designs, ballistic penetrations, and explosive dynamics leading in general to the design of conventional and nuclear weapons. Applications in the medical field are also becoming important, with recent developments aimed at understanding traumatic brain injury and drug delivery. The dynamic behavior of materials during processing, including during compaction, synthesis, welding, forming, etc., is also of considerable importance. The symposium organizers hope that, through the publications of the symposium articles, the materials community will become more exposed to this research field.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: Metallurgical and Materials Transactions
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3-D Analysis of Incipient Spall Damage Geometry and its Correlation to Microstructure in Shock Loaded Copper Polycrystals
A Dislocation Dynamics Model of the Plastic Flow of fcc Polycrystals: Dislocation Density Evolution
A Dislocation Dynamics Model of the Plastic Flow of fcc Polycrystals: Dislocation Intersection Processes
A Mechanisms Perspective on Why Spinel Outperforms Sapphire in Ballistic Tests Despite Its Inferior Properties
A Physically Based Constitutive Model for the Viscoplastic Behavior of fcc Pure Metals and Alloys under Shock Wave Loading
Accelerated Densification via Localized Contact Heating: Spark-plasma Sintering vs. High Voltage Electric Discharge Consolidation
Age Hardening and Its Effects on the Shock Response of Materials
Alpha/Omega Orientation Relationships and Habit Planes in Shocked Zr
Atomic Level Calculations of Spall and Phase Transformations
Atomistic Simulation Studies of Shock-induced Spall in Cu Bicrystals: Effects of Grain Size and Strain Rate
B10: Stress-induced Cell Membrane Deformation Due to the Photoacoustic Effect during Drug Delivery
B13: Dynamic Contact Failure of Two Brittle Particles under Compression
B15: Effect of Temperature and Strain Rate on Mechanical Response of ZEK100 Mg Alloy Sheet
B17: Fragmentation and Constitutive Response of Tailored Mesostructured Aluminum-based Compacts
B19: Orientation Dependence of Shock Induced Dislocations in Tantalum Single Crystals
B20: Ejecta Formation in Explosively Driven Two-shockwave Drive
B21: Simulation of Shaped Charge Collapse Using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
B5: Domain Re-orientation in a Magnetostrictive Material during High-strain Rate Loading and Inside a Biased Magnetic Field
B6: Influence of Nano-particles Agglomeration and Nano-voids Clusters on Mechanical Behavior of Ceramic Nanocomposites under Dynamic Loading
B7: Natural Fiber Composite in a Novel Multi-material Ballistic Armor
B8: Rapid Depolarization of Poled Ferroelectric Ceramics Using a Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar
B9: Shock-Induced Phase Transformations in Ce-Al Metallic Glass
Capturing Microstructural Features Related to Dynamic Damage Nucleation
Characterization of the Dynamic Behavior of Recycled Polypropylene-based Composites
Computational Modeling of Mechanically Induced Reactions in Heterogeneous Reactive Materials
Contrasting the Microstructural Response of Cold Rolled and Annealed Copper to Shock Loading
Deformation and Failure of Metals Subjected to Laser Shock Loading
Dislocation Mechanics of High Rate Deformations
Dynamic Deformation Behavior of Equal Channel Angular Extruded AZ31 Magnesium Alloy
Dynamic Strain Localization in F.C.C. Materials: A Perturbation Approach
Dynamic Tensile Extrusion of High-density Polyethylene
Dynamically Expanding Eshelby Inclusions: Self-similar Motion
Effect of Meso to Micro Transition and Effect of Grain Boundary Property Manipulation in Morphology Dependent Dynamic Fracture of SiC and W
Fabrication of Parts for Nuclear Reactors by Explosive Compaction
Failure Process of Alumina Ceramics under Dynamic Uniaxial Compression
High Strain-rate Tensile Response of a Tungsten Heavy Alloy
Hot Explosive Consolidation Novel Nanostructured W-Ag Composites
Influence of Stress State and Strain Rate on Amorphization in Boron Carbide
Influences on Susceptibility to Adiabatic Shear Failure of HSLA-steels
Insights Into the Effects of Tensile and Compressive Loadings on Microstructure Dependent Fracture of Trabecular Bone
Instability of Explosively Collapsing Thick-walled Homogeneous and Laminate Cylinders
Investigation of the Impact-initiated Combustion of Aluminum Using Meso-scale Diagnostics
Large Plastic Deformation of FCC Metals at High Strain Rates
LaservShock-induced Spall in Tantalum
Martensitic Transformations Induced by Impact-generated Tensile Stress Waves
Mechanical Behavior of Polycrystalline and Ultrafine-grained Light Metal Alloys at High Strain Rates
Mechanically-induced Amorphization and Nanocrystallization in Boron Carbide
Mechanistic Response of Boron-icosahedral Based Compounds to Knoop Indentation
Mesoscale Simulations of Sand under Dynamic Loading and It’s Constitutive Response
Micromechanics of Dynamic Solid-to-solid Phase Transformations
Microstructural Modeling of Dynamic Intergranular and Transgranular Fracture Modes in Crystalline Alloys
Microstructure Investigations of Conventional and Harmonic Pure Titanium Deformed by Direct Impact Hopkinson Pressure Bars (DIHPB)
Modeling of Incipient Spall Damage Using Microstructurally Explicit 3D Finite Element Models
Multiscale Collective Behavior of Defects and Criticality of Damage-failure Transitions under Dynamic and Shock Wave Loading
Numerical Simulation of Instability and Failure in Metals under Dynamic Shear Loading
On the Behaviour of Condensed Matter in Extremes
On the Modeling of the Dynamic Behavior of Polymers and Polymer Composites
On the Shocking Behavior of Professor Marc Meyers
Plastic Activity Due to Deformation of Nanovoids
Plastic Flow and Lattice Dynamics Experiments on Shock and Ramp Loaded Ductile Metals at Extreme Pressures and Strain Rates
Prediction of Probabilistic Ignition Behavior of Heterogeneous Energetic Materials with Multiple Sources of Material Stochasticity
Shear Bands: The Interplay between Strain and Temperature Gradients
Shear Localization at High Strain Rates
Signatures of Deformation Twinning – The Mechanical Threshold Stress Constitutive Model
Signatures of Dynamic Strain Aging – The Mechanical Threshold Stress Constitutive Model
Synthesis of Bulk Nanostructured Materials in Ti-Al-Ni System By Mechanical Alloying and Explosive Consolidation
Texture Dependence and Conversion of Plastic Work to Heat in Magnesium Alloys during High Strain Rate Deformation
The Dynamic Behavior of Granular Materials
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Defects— Controlling the Dynamic Failure Strength of Brittle Materials
The High-strain Rate Loading of Structural Biological Materials
The Influence of Shock-loading Path and Wave Profile on the Spallation Response of Ta
The Magic of Deciphering High Strain-rate and High-pressure Properties of Elastomeric Composites, Using Low Frequency Measurements
The Role of Defects on the Dynamic Fragmentation of SiC Ceramics under Impact Loading
The Role of Interfaces on Shock-induced Damage in Two-phase Metals: Copper-lead
Vaporizing Foil Actuator: A Novel Tool for Collision Welding


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