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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium ICME-based Titanium Alloys and Processes Design
Sponsorship TMS Titanium Committee
Organizer(s) Zhi Liang, QuesTek Innovations LLC
Carelyn E. Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Scope This symposium is proposed to highlight and encourage the application of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) method on the design of titanium alloys and correlated processes design. Since ICME method is potential of becoming the major alloy and process development approach for material science community, this symposium is devised as a

platform for academia, industries and research laboratories specialized in titanium alloys to share and advocate their usage of ICME method on titanium alloys and processes. This symposium will focus on the computationally predicted process-microstructure-property relationship for all kinds of titanium alloys and processes, especially ones with experimental validations as well. The topics of choice include, but are not limited to:

• Computational design of new titanium alloys with methods such as first-principle calculation and CALPHAD.
• Computational design of manufacture processes, especially tied with titanium alloys, such as casting, forging, additive manufacturing, etc.
• Prediction of titanium phase transformation in manufacture processes, including as-fabrication and post-processing
• Introduction of new computational methods for alloy and process design, preferred with case study on titanium alloys
• Successful case demonstration of ICME method deployment in titanium alloy and process design

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022

A Modular Framework for the Simulation of Texture Evolution during Thermomechanical Processing of Ti Alloys
Microstructure Design in Titanium Alloys Using 3D Computational Simulation and 3D Experimental Characterization
Physics Based ICME for Similar and Dissimilar Ti-alloy Linear Friction Welding

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