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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Integrative Materials Design III: Performance and Sustainability
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Bridge Committee
Organizer(s) Diana A. Lados, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Brad L. Boyce, Sandia National Laboratories
Corbett C Battaile, Sandia National Laboratories
Anastasios Gavras, Riley Power
Scope The challenges in modern materials design revolve around the successful integration of several important and sometimes competing concepts such as Performance and Reliability, Sustainability and Societal Impact, and Economics. The first category, Performance and Reliability, involves familiar but complex design requirements: strength/ductility; fatigue, fatigue crack growth, impact, and creep resistance; and high-temperature properties. In addition to these traditional design requirements, an increasingly important consideration in an environmentally conscious world is the Sustainability and Societal Impact of the materials/processes and end products. These “Fit-Function-Green” attributes are finally tempered by Economics, as the best material for a given application may not be economically feasible in terms of either raw materials and processing costs or recyclability. Sustainable material-process-component design and reduced energy consumption throughout the life-cycle require an increased use of recycled materials as well as recyclability of the end product, and necessitate simultaneous and compatible design and materials selection. The integration further continues within each of these main areas via consistent and connective multi-disciplinary and multi-scale approaches. This context generates fertile opportunities for the ingenious materials engineer to develop a holistic approach in which experimental, analytical, and computational knowledge is coupled with suitable and sustainable application-driven design and manufacturing strategies, ultimately leading to a final component with the right balance between performance, manufacturability, sustainability, and affordability.

This symposium will address these aspects in the context of needs and developments, focusing on important factors that contribute to material-process-component design, performance, and sustainability. Prospective topics include (and are not limited to) fundamental developments and design considerations related to: (1) effects of traditional and novel bulk and surface processes on micro-/nano-structure evolution of materials (e.g. Cast and Wrought Alloy Processing, Additive Manufacturing, Cold Spray Technology, Gradient and Functional Materials Fabrication, Friction Stir Welding/Processing, Metal Matrix (nano)Composites, Shot/Laser-Shock/Ultrasonic/Cavitation Peening, Low Plasticity Burnishing, etc.), (2) multi-scale microstructural effects on the behavior of materials (i.e., static properties, fatigue, fatigue crack growth, thermo-mechanical fatigue, impact, high-temperature properties and creep) and their integration in design, (3) interfacial and residual stress effects (both surface and bulk – measurement, effects on properties and life, and design approaches), (4) advanced material/behavior characterization methods (e.g. DIC, EBSD, tomography, and other in-situ and ex-situ methods), (5) testing advances and non-destructive evaluation techniques for damage detection and monitoring, (6) advances in Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) related to microstructure and properties simulation and prediction, and (7) sustainable approaches to material-process-component design, life-cycle analyses, and recycling considerations.

A student poster competition will be held; to be considered for this competition, select "Student Poster" as your presentation type below.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2017
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D Tomography for Graphite Morphology Characterizations in Cast Irons Using High-energy X-rays
A Comparison of Fatigue Performance and Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V Made by Different Additive Manufacturing Technologies
A Microstructure-sensitive Location-specific Design Tool for Predicting the Yield and Creep Behavior of LSHR Ni-base Superalloy
A Multi-scale Model for Plasticity in BCC Metals
A New Methodology for Design of Cermets: ‘Green’ Replacement for Cobalt Binder in WC
Additive Materials Behavior: Importance of Collecting Data Along the Way
Adoption of Additive Manufacturing for Growth and Sustainment
Application of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) and Accelerated Insertion of Materials (AIM) Tools to the Design and Development of Cost-effective Advanced Materials with Improved Performance and Sustainability
Cermets as Model Materials for Integrative Materials Design
Characterization of Recycled Additive Manufacturing Product
Characterization of Very High Cycle Fatigue in Ti-6Al-4V and Al-10Si-0.4Mg Alloys Fabricated by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Constitutive Model Development and Validation via Mesoscale X-ray Diffraction Data
Data Science and Machine Learning Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing
Deformation Twinning as a Design Parameter for Magnesium Alloys
Design of Cold-spray 6061 Aluminum Alloys for Fatigue Crack Growth Resistance in Structural Components, Coatings, and Repairs
Design of Fatigue Resistant Ni-base Superalloys via Meso-scale Engineering
Designing a Resilient Carburization Heat Treating Process
Development of Advanced Beam Scan Strategies in Electron Beam Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing
Electric Vehicle Battery Design for Disassembly in Support of Materials Reuse
Experimental and Computational Studies of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Cast Al-Si Alloys Containing Secondary Phases
Fatigue Crack Growth in Structural Cast Aluminum Alloys: Microstructural Mechanisms, Modeling Strategies, and Integrated Design
Fatigue Crack Growth Modeling and Mechanisms in Al and Ni Engine Materials under Hot Compressive Dwell Conditions
Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar Metals
Friction Stir Welding of Wrought and Cast Aluminum Alloys: Property Evaluations and Thermo-mechanical Modeling
From Mechanical Metamaterials to Simple Systems Made from Programmable Materials
Heterogeneous Deformation in High Purity Niobium
Hierarchical Microstructural Paradigms for Achieving Exceptional Strength and Ductility
Holistic Assessment of Beneficial Use of Industrial Byproducts in Structural Materials
Improved Formability of Aluminium Alloys at Low Temperatures for Automotive Application
Improving Power Plants’ Reliability through Root Cause Metallurgical Failure Analysis
In-situ Inspection of Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition Processes Using Laser Ultrasonics
In Situ Study of Strain Partitioning and Damage in Carbide Free Bainitic Steels Using Micro Digital Image Correlation
Increased Materials Reliability via Shot Peening: Simulations and Experiments
Insights into Multiscale Deformation Phenomena from In Situ TEM Nanomechnical Testing
Integrated Materials Theory, Modeling, and Data Analytics for Metal Additive Manufacturing
Integrating Computational and Experimental Methods to Quantify Microstructure Sensitivity of Thin Fatigue-critical Components
Integrating Design and Manufacturing in the Topology Optimization of High Performance Architected Materials and Components
Integration of Materials Properties in an Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Project
Integrative Materials Design of Mo-Si-B Alloys
Magnesium Based Metal Matrix Nanocomposites - Processing and Properties
Material-aware Topology Optimization
Material Selection for Nuclear Engineering Designs a Challenge and Opportunity to Develop Graded Materials via Additive Manufacturing
Materials Design for Advanced Energy Generating Systems
Microstructure-sensitive Models for Predicting Near Surface Residual Stress Redistribution in P/M Nickel-base Superalloys
Microstructure Evolution of the High Temperature Intermetallic Phase Al4Fe1.7Si
Microstructure Evolution, Fatigue Crack Growth Mechanisms, and Effects of Heat Treatment in Ti-6Al-4V and Al-10Si-0.4Mg Alloys Fabricated by Laser and Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion
Microstructure, Tensile Properties, and Fatigue Crack Growth Mechanisms at the Microstructure Scale in Inconel 718 Manufactured by Laser Engineered Net Shaping
Nuances in Addressing Multilevel Materials Design Problems
Optimizing HIP and Printing Parameters for EBM Ti-6Al-4V
Optimizing Wear and Corrosion Resistance of Superlattice Coatings through Atomic-scale Design
Phase-based Data: One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Plasticity in Textured Ti-6Al-4V under Tensile and Dwell-fatigue Loading
Probabilistic Prediction of Effect of Stress Ratio and Notches on Minimum Fatigue Life of Ti-6Al-4V
Proving Industrial Scale Design Optimization with Big Metal Additive
Science-based Qualification for Repair of Stainless Steel Components through Additive Manufacturing
Structure/Property Relationships and Failure Mechanisms in Multifunctional Materials: From Metallic Foams to Metallic Thin Films for Stretchable/Flexible Electronics, Solar Cells/LEDs and MEMS
The Effects of Microstructural Evolution during Hot- and Warm-forming of Aluminum Alloy Sheet on Pervice Performance
The Hierarchy of Microstructure Parameters Affecting Tensile Ductility in Cast and Forged Ti-834 Alloy during High Temperature Exposure
Thermally Reliable Materials of Clay and Organic By-products for Thermal Energy Storage
Thermodynamically Stable Nanocrystalline Al, Ni and Ag Alloys by Electrodeposition
Through-process Modeling for Alloy Design and Process Optimization for Cold Spray
“Alternative” Materials in the Green Building and Construction Sector: Examples, Barriers, and Environmental Analysis


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