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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Measurement and Modeling of Medium-to-high Strain Rate Deformation
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Ivi Smid, Penn State
Tim Eden, Penn State
Susan I. Hill, University of Dayton Research Institute
Scope High strain rates can have a remarkable effect on material behaviors: Young’s Modulus, hardness, failure strain, fracture toughness, stress corrosion cracking, etc. Understanding rate dependent material properties is critical when designing structures to operate in high strain environments, such as ballistic armor, dynamic compaction, rapid failure, and fast processing of particulate materials. This symposium provides a forum to share advances in measurement and modeling of high-strain-rate deformation and their application throughout the aerospace, mechanical, manufacturing, and materials engineering fields.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Molecular Dynamics Study of Dislocation Density Generation and Plastic Relaxation during Shock of Single Crystal Cu
Assessing the Influence on Confinement Pressure and Strain Rate on Fracture Strength of Ceramics
Effect of Secondary Precipitate Phases on Cold Spray Particle Impact
Experimental Investigation of the Internal Heating of Metals in a Wide Range of Strain Rates Using Simultaneous Digital Image Correlation and High Speed Infrared Imaging
Experimental Verification and Computational Modeling for High Strain Rate Additive Manufacturing
High Strain Rate Testing and Modeling of a Woven E-glass / Vinylester Composite in Dry and Saturated Conditions
Investigation of Adiabatic Heat Rise and Its Effect on Flow Stresses and Microstructural Changes during High Strain Rate Deformation of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
Measuring Dynamic Fracture Toughness Using a Digital Image Correlation
On the Rate and Temperature Dependent Evolution of Dislocation Density in BCC Crystals
Unique Twinning in Orchestrated Deformation Mechanisms to Stiffen and Toughen Nacre under Impacts
Wave Propagation in Ballistic Gelatin


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