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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Processing—Microstructure—Property Relationships of Titanium and Titanium Alloys
Sponsorship TMS Titanium Committee
Organizer(s) Yufeng Zheng, University of North Texas
Rongpei Shi, Harbin Institute of Technology
Michael D. Gram, Pratt & Whitney
Scope Titanium and its alloys are founding increasingly widespread applications in aerospace, automotive, chemical, and biomedical industries due to their exceptional combinations of properties, such as high specific strength, excellent biocompatibility, great corrosion resistance, etc. This symposium will address recent advances in titanium research and serve as an international forum for scientists, engineers, and technologists from industry, academia, and research laboratories to share progresses and exchange ideas on the state-of-the-art in processing-microstructure-property relationships of titanium and titanium alloys.

Abstracts are sought for papers addressing emerging or novel uses of titanium, and investigations with emphasis on the interplay among composition, processing, microstructure, properties, and performance are encouraged. The topics of choice this year include, but are not limited to:
• Titanium and titanium alloys, including near alpha alloys, alpha+beta alloys, metastable beta alloys, intermetallic alloys and titanium matrix composites
• Advanced processing of titanium and titanium alloys
• Phase transformation and microstructural evolution in titanium and titanium alloys
• Mechanical behavior and performance of titanium and titanium alloys
• The application of ICME, materials informatics and machine learning in the discovery composition-processing-microstructure-property linkages of titanium alloys

Abstracts Due 04/15/2021

A Data-driven Analysis for Selection and Use of Conventional Ti Alloys for Aeroengine Applications and Future Directions
Computational Polarized-Light Microscopy for Microtextured Regions Characterization in Titanium Alloys
Computational Polarized Light Microscopy for Orientation-based Quality Control
Deformation Behavior of Ti-Ni-Fe Based Ternary B2 Pseudo Binary Intermetallic
Exploiting Structural and Compositional Instabilities in Titanium Alloys to Optimize Microstructure/Property Interrelationships in Samples Fabricated by Additive Manufacuring
Influence of Athermal vs. Isothermal Omega Precipitation and Alpha Precipitation on TRIP/TWIP Deformation Mechanisms in Metastable Beta Ti alloys (invited)
Nano-scale O” Phase and Fine-scale Alpha Precipitation in a Metastable Beta Ti-5Al-5Mo-5V-3Cr Alloy
Now On-Demand Only: Strain Energy Density Fatigue Assessment of Ti-6Al-4V for Plain and Notched Geometries
Obtaining High Strength-ductility Combination inTIitanium by Microstructure and Texture Engineering through Multiaxial Plane-strain Forging
P1-29: Hierarchical Twinning Microstructure in the Metastable β Ti-24Nb-4Zr-8Sn Alloy
P1-30: Analysis of Temperature Factor Influence on the Nature of the Titanium Alloy Deformation during Extrusion
Regulating Elastic and Plastic Deformation by Heterogeneous Microstructure Design in Ti-alloys
Role of Novel Highly-indexed Twinning in Hierarchical α Microstructure in Metastable β Ti-5Al-5Mo-5V-3Cr Alloy
The BMG to Ti Weld, a Pool for Microstructure: Property Characterization
The Composition-processing-microstructure-property Relationships of Fe and Al Modified Ti-Cr Alloys

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