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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Heterogeneous and Gradient Materials (HGM III): Tailoring Mechanical Incompatibility for Superior Properties
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Yuntian Zhu, City University of Hong Kong
Kei Ameyama, Ritsumeikan University
Irene J. Beyerlein, University of California, Santa Barbara
Yves J.M. Brechet, Grenoble-INP
Huajian Gao, Nanyang Technological University
Hyoung Seop Kim, Pohang University of Science and Technology
Ke Lu, Institute of Metal Research
Xiaolei Wu, State Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Scope This third international symposium will focus on the fundamental science and technology of Heterogeneous and Gradient Materials (HGM), which include, but are not limited to, gradient materials, heterogeneous materials, laminate materials, dual-phase materials, materials with voids, etc. HGM is characterized with large mechanical incompatibility among heterogeneous structural and/or compositional domains. The length scale of the heterogeneity could be in some cases comparable to the dimensions of the component. The large mechanical incompatibility leads to much higher non-uniform deformation than what is normally observed in conventional materials. This unique deformation behavior is reported to produce a superior combination of high strength and ductility that is not accessible to either nanostructured or coarse-grained homogeneous materials.

HGM represent an emerging area that is expected to become a major research field for the communities of materials, mechanics and physics in the next few years. The HGM strategy is not only capable of producing structural materials with unprecedented mechanical properties, but also efficient for developing multifunctional materials. Innovative top-down or bottom-up approaches and material architectures, some of which may be bio-inspired, need to be explored and developed to produce HGMs with superior or disruptive properties. There are many fundamental issues that need to be studied by experiments, analytical modeling and computer modeling. Particularly, interface engineering and interface-related phenomena such as strain gradient and back-stress buildup and their effect on the global properties are critical issues. This symposium, and the future biannual symposia that follow, will act as a forum to bring multidisciplinary researchers together to exchange ideas, discuss key issues, and promote industrial technology development for commercial production and applications.

Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

Alloy Design by Dislocation Engineering
Architectured Steel Sheets through Localized Laser Processing
Characterization and Analysis of Functionally Graded Metallic Plates for Use in Personal Ballistic Protection
Deformation Instability in the Layered Steel Sheet
Dynamically Reinforced Heterogeneous Grain Structure Prolongs Ductility in a Medium-entropy Alloy with Gigapascal Yield Strength
E-20: Aluminum Sandwich with Heterogeneous Density-graded Open-cell Foam Core
E-21: Controlled Microporosity for Two-phase Flow via Powder Bed Fusion
E-22: Delamination Studies of Nb-Cu Laminated Composites Processed by Accumulative Roll Bonding
E-23: Design of Non-equiatomic FeNiCoAl-based High Entropy Alloys with Heterogeneous Lamella Structure towards Strength-ductility Synergy
E-24: Development of a Production Chain for Cu-bilayer Products
E-25: Effect of Grain Size on Mechanical Properties of Dual Phase Steels Composed of Ferrite and Martensite
E-26: Effect of Martensite Distribution on Deformation Behaviors of Dual-phase Steel
E-28: Friction Stir Processing and Alloying: A Novel Technique for Fabricating Heterogeneous and Gradient Materials
E-29: Improved Balance between High Strength and High Electrical Conductivity of Copper Alloys through Two-step Cryorolling and Aging
E-30: Influence of Ultrasonic Shot-peening on the High and Low Cycle Fatigue Properties in 2205 Duplex Stainless Steel
E-31: Mechanical Behavior and Microstructural Evolution in Gradient Structured Copper Processed through Torsion
E-32: Mesoscale Study of the Strength and Ductility in Gradient Materials
E-34: Strong and Ductile Electrodeposited Bulk Nanocrystalline Nickel
E-36: Ultra-high Strength and Ductility in a Ni-Cr-Co Superalloy with a Heterogeneous Structure
Effect of Gradient Microstructures on Strength and Ductility of TRC AZ31
Enhanced Stability of Nano-grained Metals below a Critical Size
Evolution of Heterogeneous Structure and Phase Transformation Behavior during Liquid Metal Dealloying
Fatigue Crack Initiation and Propagation Behaviors in CP Titanium and Ti-6Al-4V Alloy with a Bimodal Harmonic Structure
Formation of Hard Intermetallic Phases in Zn-Mg Hybrids Processed by High-pressure Torsion
Fracture Behavior of Metal-ceramic and Metal-metal Nanolaminates
Gradient and Fractional/Fractal Models for Heterogeneous Plastic Flow at Micro/Nano Scales
Gradient Grained Nickel with Optimum Gradient on Mechanical Properties
Gradient Microstructures in Single Crystals Induced by Sliding Contact
How to Play with Grain Size and Texture to Tune Mechanical Properties of Architectured Materials: The Case of Cu-Nb (Nano)composite Wires
Improving the Ductility of Nanostructured Metals by Heterogeneous Lamella Structures
Interface Affected Zone for Optimal Strength and Ductility in Heterogeneous Laminate
Interface Mediated Mechanistic Transitions in Crystalline-amorphous Nanolaminates
Localized Corrosion Behaviour and Surface Softening of AA7150 after Ultrasonic Shot Peening
Low Temperature Deformation of Cu/Nb Nanolaminates
Mechanical Behavior of Structurally Gradient Nickel Alloys
Mechanical Interface Energies within Gradient Plasticity, Nanoindentation and Molecular Dynamics
Mechanical Performance and Thermal Stability of Gradient-structured Copper
Mechanical Properties and Failure Mechanisms of Gradient Nanoporous Materials
Mechanics of Heterogeneous Microstructures in 3D-printed Stainless Steel
Mesostructure Effects on the Hypervelocity Impact Response of Additively Manufactured Interpenetrating Phase Composites
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Nano-Al and Mg Alloys and Composites with Heterogeneous and Gradient Structures
Plastic Deformation Behavior of Laser-processed Nanoscale Al-Al2Cu Eutectic Alloy
Plastic Flow and Fracture in Harmonic-structured Materials
Pre-tension Effect on Cyclic Response of Cu with Highly Oriented Nano-scale Twins
Propagating Instabilities in Architectured Materials
Radiation and Corrosion Resistances of 316LN Austenitic Stainless Steel by Rotationally Accelerated Shot Peening
Regulating Shear-dominant Displacive Processes by Nano-scale Concentration Modulations
Severe Deformation of a Lamellar Microstructure: Pearlitic Steel as a Case Study
Small-volume Aluminum Alloys with Native Oxide Shell Deliver Unprecedented Strength and Toughness
Strength and Ductility Improvements of an Mg Alloy with Heterogeneous Layered Structures
Strengthening and Work Hardening in Gradient Nanotwinned Metals
Structural Design of Synthetic Honeycombs with the Introduction of Heterogeneously Distributed 5-7 Defects and Arrays
Structural, Phase and Geometrical Heterogeneity in Metallic Materials Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation
Superior Mechanical Properties in Alloys Having Heterogeneous Microstructures
Synergistic Strengthening and Work Hardening: Principles toward Superior Mechanical Properties of Heterostructured Materials
The Design of High Strength, Ductility, and Impact Resistance of Compositionally and Microstructurally Graded Steel
The Effects of Microstructural Heterogeneity and Porosity Distribution on the Evolution of Plastic Anisotropy and Failure under Uniaxial Tension of Additively Manufactured AlSi10Mg Alloy by Selective Laser Melting
The Mechanical Properties Investigation of Gradient Materials Processed by Surface Mechanical Attrition Treatment (SMAT)
Transition from the Thickness-dependent to Thickness-independent Strength in the Nano-twinned Metals
Unique Mechanical Properties of Harmonic Structure Designed Materials
Usual Gradients Leading to Unusual Benefits: Two Case Studies

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