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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium High Temperature Corrosion and Degradation of Structural Materials
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Kinga A. Unocic, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Richard P. Oleksak, National Energy Technology Laboratory
David Alan Shifler, Office of Naval Research
Raul B. Rebak, GE Global Research
Scope Current and future applications in power generation, aerospace, chemical, and other industries require structural materials that can survive exposure to extreme conditions involving high temperatures and corrosive environments. Understanding degradation processes in these environments is crucial for the selection and/or design of materials for these applications. This symposium focuses on experimental, computational, and theoretical studies of the oxidation and corrosion behavior, as well as the associated degradation of properties, of alloys, ceramics, composites, coatings, and other structural materials in high temperature environments.

This symposium invites abstracts in areas including but not limited to studies evaluating:
- Effect of material composition, structure, processing conditions
- Effect of environment (water vapor, molten deposits, supercritical CO2, radiation, etc.)
- Compatibility in environments pertaining to hydrogen production and use
- Presence of stresses under harsh environment
- Materials protection using coatings

Keywords:
oxidation, hot corrosion, water vapor assisted volatilization, hydrogen compatibility, lifetime modeling, materials characterization, environmental effects, environmental issues, high-temperature materials, mechanical property degradation, nuclear materials, surface modification and coatings

Abstracts Due 03/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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