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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Advanced Materials for Harsh Environments
Sponsorship ACerS Electronics Division
ACerS Other
Organizer(s) Navin J. Manjooran, Solve Technology and Research, Inc.
Gary R. Pickrell, Virginia Tech
Scope How materials interact with the environment is critical for selecting the appropriate material or material system for the application concerned. The benefits can range from increasing component life to effectively utilizing the material or material system thereby translating to reduced component lifetime cost or increased component efficiency or helping reduced emissions. This session will have three sub-sections addressing each of the key business drivers for materials interactions with the environment, namely, coatings, corrosion, and materials for harsh environments. This symposium will provide researchers worldwide the platform and the opportunity to discuss applications-based research in these key areas of interest, including: (1) Coatings: processing and applications (2) Corrosion and materials lifing (3) Materials for harsh environments including sensors.
Abstracts Due 04/15/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned: Online-only format
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Air Stable Molten Salts and Corrosion Resistant Containment for High-Temperature Thermal Energy Storage and Heat Transfer for Concentrated Solar Power
AM Smart Components: Additively Manufactured Gas Turbine Components, with Embedded Sensors for Harsh Environment Applications
Evaluation of Doped-LaCrO3 Ceramics for High Temperature Sensor Applications
Evaluation of Electroceramic-based LC Resonator for Monitoring High Temperature Systems
Impact of Intermediate Ratio on the Corrosion Between Interface of Alumino-silicate Glasses and Crofer 22APU/YSZ
Introductory Comments: Advanced Materials for Harsh Environments
Multi-Material Optical Fibers for Cryogenic Temperature Sensing
Processing, Stability, And High Temperature Properties of Transition Metal Silicide-refractory Oxide Composites for Harsh Environment Sensing Applications
Revealing Temperature Dependence of Electronic Structures and Optical Properties of High-temperature Gas Sensing Perovskites via First-principles Simulation
Versatile Acoustic and Optical Sensing Platforms for Passive Structural System Monitoring


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