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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in the State-of-the-Art of High Temperature Alloys
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: High Temperature Alloys Committee
Organizer(s) Dinc Erdeniz, University of Cincinnati
Benjamin Adam, Oregon State University
Michael Kirka, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jonah Klemm-Toole, Colorado School of Mines
Juan Carlos Madeni, Johns Manville Technical Center
Govindarajan Muralidharan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Scope High temperature alloys continue to play a vital role in the transportation and energy industries. While both sectors look to improve the system efficiency by raising the maximum temperature the alloys can withstand, the transportation industry is also focused on lightweighting. In recent years we have seen advances in a number of different alloy systems. This symposium aims at providing a setting for researchers from academia, government, and industry to discuss recent advances in the understanding of various mechanisms that influence the strength, service life, and environmental resistance of high temperature alloys.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A phase-field-informed micromechanical modeling of Ni-based single-crystal superalloys to predict anisotropic behavior during monotonic tension
Comparison of the dwell fatigue crack growth behavior of additively and conventionally manufactured Inconel 718
Developing a High-throughput Oxidation Screening Test
Effect of Cr on oxidation behavior of Co-Al-Cr alloy at 900℃ studied by high-throughput method
Effect of Cr on twinning in Ni-based superalloys
Enhancing the Creep Performance of Ni-Based Superalloy Castings
High-temperature wear behaviours of medium-entropy and high-entropy alloys
High Temperature Mechanical Behaviour of Novel Chromium Superalloys via Small Punch Testing
High temperature oxidation behavior of (CoCrNi)100-xCx medium entropy alloy fabricated by laser powder bed fusion
Improving creep resistance of θ′-strengthened Al-Cu alloys through grain-boundary strengthening
Influence of Strain and Heating Rate on Grain Growth of Super Solvus Processed Powder Metallurgy Ni-Based Superalloys
Investigating the oxidation mechanisms of polycrystalline Ni-based superalloys at 800°C with varying Ti:Ta contents
Microstructure-property linkage of LW-DED Haynes 282 Superalloy to fabrication and post-processing heat treatment
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Cu-Al2O3 Composites for Elevated Temperatures Applications
Microstructure and mechanical properties of Ni-based superalloys Nimonic 105 with varying carbon content
Neutron and synchrotron diffraction studies to understand the mechanism and the influence of hydrogen on the microstructure of superalloys.
New Strengthening Mechanisms in Ni-Base Superalloys
Occurrence of heteroepitaxial recrystallization and following microstructure evolution in polycrystalline Ni-base superalloy under static annealing
Processing and Microstructure Development in Advanced Engineering Alloys for Extreme Environments
Property-microstructure evaluation of L-PBF Ni-based superalloy candidates for industrial gas turbine (IGT) fuel injectors
Quantification and characterization of solute segregation in binary Ni-Co for alloy design
Rafting Behavior of Single Crystal Ni-Based Superalloys after Laser Peening: Insights and Implications
Role of diffusion-induced grain boundary migration in the oxidation response of a Ni-30Cr alloy
Surface-roughness Effects on Oxidation Rate at High Temperatures in Ni-based Single-crystal Superalloys.
Thermodynamic Model-Guided Regulation of Self-Propagating In-Situ Synthesis of Titanium-Aluminum Alloys
Understanding Mechanical Property Trade-offs in Strong and Ductile Refractory Complex Concentrated Alloys.
Variant Selection of Intragranular Ni2(Mo,Cr) Precipitates in the Poly- and Single- Crystalline Ni-Mo-Cr-W Alloy


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