|Hyunseok Oh, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Lawrence Cho, Colorado School of Mines
Jeongho Han, Hanyang University
Motomichi Koyama, Tohoku University
Peeyush Nandwana, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Fnu Kasturi Narasimha Sasidhar, University of Wisconsin Madison
|Limits on damage tolerance of metals in extreme environments are grand technical challenges of today's industry. The sophisticated design of steels for applications in extreme environments is often demanding due to complex, dynamic, and multi-scale damage processes amplified by environmental effects. This symposium is dedicated to discussing advancements in structural steels exposed to a range of extreme environments and their failure analysis. These include, but are not limited to, hydrogen embrittlement, CO2 degradation, cryogenic temperatures, thermal cycling, irradiation, stress corrosion cracking, and creep failure at elevated temperatures, as well as the synergistic effects of these environments. The discussion will also address diverse load-bearing scenarios such as forming, fatigue, and high-rate conditions.