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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Deformation, Damage, and Fracture of Light Metals and Alloys III
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS/ASM: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Ke An, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Qizhen Li, University of Nevada, Reno
Scope In order to reduce significantly the environmental burdens of society in the 21st century, light metals and alloys play an increasingly important role because of their lightweight, high specific strength and stiffness, good corrosion resistance, and high recycle-ability. The three most highly used light metals are magnesium, aluminum, and titanium alloys. These alloys are widely used to manufacture structural components in aircraft, automotive, marine, electronics and construction industries. These structural components are often subjected to complex forming and loading histories involving deformation, damage, and eventual fracture, which must be anticipated in the design and durability evaluation of structures made from these alloys. This symposium will focus on deformation, damage, and fracture of light metals and alloys at room temperature and elevated temperatures in their service environments. The Symposium topics will include, but are not limited to the following: (1) deformation/damage/fracture mechanisms in light metals and alloys subjected to various loading conditions, (2) deformation and damage/crack growth in the presence of multiple damage mechanisms such as corrosion, creep and fretting, (3) alloy development, phase transformation, structural characterization, mechanical properties, residual stress, and in-situ characterizations utilizing state-of-the-art techniques (such as neutron and synchrotron scattering), (4) multi-scale modeling and multi-physics approaches of deformation, damage, and fracture. Papers in both experimental and modeling studies are solicited.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

An Atomistically-informed Energy Based Theory of Environmentally Assisted Failure
Analysis of the Microstructure and Properties of Friction Stir Weld Zones in the Al 2139-T8 Alloy
Banding and Texture Formation in f.c.c. Polycrystals during Rolling Deformation
Characteristics of High Strain Rate Behavior in AA 2219-T87 and AA 2195-T87
Characterization of Ti/Al Multilayered Composites Subjected to Perforation Testing
Characterizing the Hemming Performance of Automotive Aluminum Alloys With High-resolution Topographic Imaging
Combined Effects of Lode Angle and Sign of Pressure on Yielding and Void Evolution
Corrosion Fatigue Behavior of an Extruded AM30 Magnesium Alloy in Sodium Chloride Solution Environment
Creep-fatigue Behavior of A356 Cast Aluminum Alloy
Deformation Anisotropy of HCP Single Crystals under Nanoindentation
Deformation Behavior of AZ31B Magnesium Alloy during Uniaxial Loading: In Situ Neutron Diffraction and EVPSC Modeling
Development of Low-cost Powder Metallurgy Titanium Alloys by Addition of Commercial 430 Stainless Steel Powder
Dislocation Structure of <0001> Mg Single Crystal under Quasi-static and Dynamic Loading Compressions
Effect of Cryomilling on the Strengthening and deformation Mechanisms of an Al-Cu-Mg-Ag Alloy
Effect of Extrusion Speed on the Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Prepared by Combining of Powder Compact Hot Pressing and Extrusion under Air
Effect of Thermal Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of Roll Bonded Al/Mg Laminated Sheets
Effects of Microstructure on Deformation Behaviour of AZ91D Cast Alloy
Effects of Twinning on Damage Evolution in Porous Materials
Experimental Investigation of the Mg-Al-Ba System
Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior and Thermal Remediation of Al-Mg Alloys after Long Time Low Temperature Exposures
I10: Mechanical Behavior of Magnesium Subjected to Severe Plastic Deformation
I11: Tensile Properties of Twin-roll and Direct Chill Cast AZ31 Magnesium Alloy
I12: Effects of Electromagnetic Field and Re-melting on Degassing of Molten Aluminum Alloys
I13: The Effect of a Pulsed Electric Current on the Compressive Behavior of Magnesium Alloys
I14: The Electroplastic Tensile Behavior of Aluminum 6061 Alloys with Various Heat Treatment Conditions under a Pulsed Electric Current
I15: Characterization of Cu Tube Filled with Al Alloy Foam by Means of X-ray Computer Tomography
I16: Enhanced Superplastic Deformation of Nanostructured 6061 Al Alloy Fabricated by Asymmetrical Rolling Method
I9: Mechanical Behavior of Eutectic Cu-Zn-Al Shape Memory Alloy
In Situ Compression Study of Small-scale Mg Single Crystals
Influence of Texture on Hall-Petch Relationship in a Mg Alloy
Intra-granular Failure Mechanisms during Semi-solid Deformation of Al-Cu Microstructures Using 4D In Situ Synchrotron-based X-ray Tomographic Microscopy
Investigation of the Mn Additions on the Mechanical Response of HCP Mg-Li-Zn Alloys
Mechanical Properties of Ti-6Al-4V Rods Produced by Powder Compact Extrusion
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Dissimilar Joint between Al alloy and Cu by Ultrasonic Welding
Molecular Statics and Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Critical Stress for Motion of a/3<11-20> Screw Dislocations in a-Ti at Low Temperatures Using a Modified Embedded Atom Method Potential
Physics and Modeling of Strengthening of Metals by Parallel Stacking Faults
Role of the Plastic Flow of the Matrix on Yielding and Void Evolution of Porous Solids
Stacking Faults and Deformation Mechanisms in Mg-Y Alloys
Study of Plastic Deformation in a Wrought Magnesium Alloy by Real-time In Situ Neutron and Synchrotron X-ray Microbeam Diffraction
The Effect of Setting Velocity on the Static and Fatigue Strengths of Self-piercing Riveted Joints for Automotive Applications
The Impact of Al3Zr Precipitates on Mechanical Properties Evolution in Al-Mn-Fe-Si Alloys

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