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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Powder Materials for Energy Applications
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Powder Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Kathy Lu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Eugene A. Olevsky, San Diego State University
Hang Yu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Ruigang Wang, The University of Alabama
Isabella J. Van Rooyen, Idaho National Laboratory
Scope In the complex web of energy resource, production, storage, use, and efficiency, materials play a critical role as diverse and far-reaching as energy itself. Powder materials are part of the fundamental science and technology underlying the production of energy, including both conventional and renewable energy sources. Increasing demand for energy and the public’s desire to enhance environmental quality all point to the need for better and newer powder materials.

This symposium will cover powder material issues related to energy. It will consider all aspects of powder material processing and property studies with energy applications as the main objective. It includes powder synthesis, forming (including additive manufacturing), sintering, and property evaluation. Powder materials that can deliver outstanding harsh environment properties are especially of high interest. The symposium covers advances in theory, modeling, and computation while in parallel developing cutting-edge experimental techniques and approaches to understand and characterize powder materials in demanding conditions. Both theory and modeling and experimental efforts in powder materials synthesis, processing, characterization, and performance evaluation will be covered.
Abstracts Due 07/20/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A comparative study of helium ion radiation damage of nanocrystalline and coarse-grained tungsten
Binary Metal Selenide Nano-wires Wrapped over Carbon Fibers for A Binder-free Anode of Sodium Ion Batteries
Conformal Coating of Powders by Physical Vapor Deposition
Deformation and energy absorbing mechanism of expanded vermiculite particles
Development of gas atomization processes for production of passivated calcium powders
Dissipating Mechanical Energy with Shape Memory Zirconia Ceramics
Electric Current Effects in Spark Plasma Sintering: Heating Pathway Analysis
Electrochemical deposition synthesis of CeO2 nanoarrays
High temperature corrosion and irradiation behavior of silicon carbide and nanostructured ferritic alloy composites
Investigating the effect of heat transfer through diatomaceous earth with the addition of metallic particle
Mechanical Activation Enhanced Solid-State Synthesis of NaCrO2 Cathode Material for Na-ion Batteries
Multiscale modeling of graphite oxidation in water vapor ingress accidental conditions for high temperature gas-cooled reactors
Oxidation behaviors of matrix-grade graphite in water vapor ingress accidents for high temperature gas-cooled reactors
Powder Characteristics of Perovskite Anodes on the Electrochemical Performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell – A Perspective
Powder to Energy Application
Simulation of C-SiOC coatings on yttria stabilized zirconia microspheres in a fluidized bed coater based on Multiphase Flow with Interface Exchange
Structural evolution and electrical conductivity of Ti3C2-SiOC systems
Synthesis and Hydrogen Storage Behavior of Mg-V-Al-Cr-Ni High Entropy Alloys
Synthesis of chicken feather fiber bio-waste derived sustainable nitrogen doped-carbon material
Synthesis of Low-temperature Powder Materials
Thermodynamic Behavior Analysis of Fe-FeAl2O4 Cermet Prepared by Zinc Kiln Slag
Tunable Morphology Synthesis of Lithium Iron Phosphate As Cathode Materials for lithium Ion Batteries
Utilizing Solid-State Grain Alignment to Bias Abnormal Grain Growth in Strategically Designed Alnico Alloys
Wear Resistant Powder Materials for Energy Applications


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