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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Refractory Metals 2020
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Refractory Metals Committee
Organizer(s) Eric M. Taleff, University of Texas at Austin
Gary A. Rozak, H.C. Starck Inc
Todd A. Leonhardt, Rhenium Alloys Inc.
Scope This symposium provides a forum for the presentation of fundamental research advances and technological progress in the understanding, processing, and applications of refractory metals. Refractory metals are defined as those metallic elements with melting temperatures in excess of 2123 K (1850 C). Refractory metals are of technological importance for their resistance to extreme high temperatures and extreme environments. Research of interest includes alloy development, microstructure evolution, and correlations with properties, both experimental and theoretical. Technological advances in processing of refractory metals and their alloys and applications in energy, transportation, and other sectors are likewise of interest. New developments of interest include composite materials based on refractory metals, such as silicide alloys, and other related alloy systems. Processing methodologies and techniques involving welding, brazing and powder metallurgy are also of interest. Presentations that communicate results from academia, national laboratories, and industry are welcomed. Presentations by students are highly encouraged.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2019
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Alloying for Precipitation Hardening in Chromium
Development of Refractory Complex Concentrated Alloys RCCAs Using Diffusion Couple Approach
Direct Production of Ta Powders
Dislocation mechanics-based crystal plasticity of Nb
Dislocation multiplication from a Frank-Read source in six body-centered cubic refractory metals
Dynamic Grain Growth in Refractory Metals
Effect of dislocations and grain boundaries on magnetic flux trapping in high-purity niobium used for superconducting radio frequency cavities
Effect of Strain Rate on the Anisotropic Tensile Mechanical Properties of High Purity Niobium Single Crystals
Hot Isostatic Pressing of WC-3009 Niobium-Based Refractory Alloy
Intermetallic precipitate reinforced refractory metal alloys toward ‘bcc-superalloys’
Magnetic Field Effects on the Compression Properties of Pure Tantalum
Mechanical Testing of Tungsten-Steel Laminate Composites for use in Fusion Applications
Mechanically Activated SHS of Niobium Silicides with High Concentrations of Niobium
Mechanism of Hardening and Damage Initiation in Oxygen Embrittlement of Body-Centred-Cubic Niobium
Microstructure, microhardness and oxidation behavior of Mo-Si-B alloys in the Moss+Mo2B+Mo5SiB2 three phase region
Modifying grain boundary cohesion in ultra-fine grained tungsten and tungsten-based nanocomposites through systematic doping
Molybdenum Foil Tensile Testing
Nano-structured Refractory Metals Powder and Its Applications
ON DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF POLYCRYSTALLINE RHENIUM AT LOW HOMOLOGICAL TEMPERATURE
Performance of Niobium and Molybdenum Alloys for High Temperature Sensing Applications
Pressureless sintering and microstructure evolution of ultrafine-grained tungsten
Refractory Alloys 3D Printing for Missile and Space Applications
Seeking Toughness in Mo-Si-B: Composites of Stable Oxides
Static and dynamic grain growth in niobium at 1200 to 1500℃
Thermally activated deformation processes in W-Re alloys
ZrC-W composites prepared by reactive melt infiltration of Zr2Cu alloy into binder-jet printed WC/ZrC preforms


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