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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced Characterization Techniques for Quantifying and Modeling Deformation
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS: Materials Characterization Committee
Organizer(s) Arul Kumar Mariyappan, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Irene J. Beyerlein, University of California, Santa Barbara
Wolfgang Pantleon, Technical University of Denmark
C. Cem Tasan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Olivia Jackson, Sandia National Laboratory
Scope This symposium will provide a venue for presentations featuring the use of advanced characterization techniques in all classes of materials to quantify and model deformation mechanisms.

Background and Rationale: Advances in characterization technology for both structural and functional materials have greatly improved our ability to understand deformation mechanisms such as dislocation motion, twinning, and stress-induced phase transformations; as well as the microstructural changes in crystallographic texture, grain morphology, dislocation structures accompanying deformation. In combination with modeling, these techniques improve our understanding of deformation and failure during material processing/forming and under normal or extreme conditions in service. In situ techniques, especially, are providing an enhanced understanding of individual mechanisms, their interactions, and the direct validation of simulations from computational materials science models. This gathering offers a venue to discuss and share new advances in current techniques or new technique development or in pairing with algorithms or simulations as they apply to deformation behavior.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Improving the understanding of deformation mechanisms in structural or functional materials – elasticity, dislocation plasticity, mechanically-induced twinning or phase transformations, damage and fracture
(2) Advances in characterization techniques: X-ray-based techniques, electron-based techniques (including HR-(S)TEM, EBSD, HR-EBSD, ECCI, PED), scanning probe microscopy techniques, and others – in particular in-situ
(3) Advances in materials deformation modeling– with specific emphasis on the integration with advanced characterization techniques

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

3D In­situ Characterization of Twinning Inside Individual Mg­4Al Grains Using Dark­field X-ray Microscopy
3D Mapping of Cell Refinement During Tensile Deformation of Aluminum by DFXM
A Study on the Irradiation Response of the Microstructure of Zr.25Nb Pressure Tubes in Load-following Nuclear Reactors
An Integrated Simulation and Experimental Framework for Characterizing Deformation Mechanisms in Alloys
An Investigation to the Effects of Texture and Microstructure on Grain-scale Stress Development in Notched Specimens
Application of Machine Learning to Assess the Influence of Microstructure on Twin Nucleation in Mg Alloys
Assessing Prismatic-to-prismatic Slip Transfer Across Grain Boundaries in Pure Ti via High Resolution Digital Image Correlation
Characterization of the Impact of Neighboring Twin Activity on Grain-Resolved Deformation in a Mg-Al Alloy Using High Energy X-Ray Diffraction Microscopy
Characterizing Intermittent Plastic Events in Ti-7Al Under Creep Loading Using Far-field High-energy Diffraction Microscopy
Correlating Experiments and Models through Crystallographic Orientation Mapping
Crystal Plasticity Investigation of Microstructural Thermo-mechanical Fatigue Damage Mechanisms under Various Phasing Profiles Leveraging High-energy X-ray Diffraction Microscopy
Deformation Mechanisms of AZ31 Magnesium Alloy at 21K Revealed by In-situ Neutron Diffraction
Delamination Behavior of Crystalline-amorphous Interfaces Studied at Different Lengthscales
Direct Observation of Intragranular Slip Initiation in Polycrystalline Titanium Using Point-focused High-energy Diffraction Microscopy
Effect of Laser Peening on the Origin of Wear in Additively Manufactured Nickel Superalloy at Elevated Temperatures
Elucidating Deformation Mechanisms in Friction-stir Processed Al-7075 Alloy Using In-situ Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction And Ex-situ Electron Backscattered Diffraction Techniques
Exploring Deformation Behavior and Phase Transformations of Tin
G-1: A Multiscale Approach to Correlating Microstructure and Failure Behavior in Boron Carbide Reinforced Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites
Grains ain't Misbehaving or Going Wild? The Initiation of Abnormal Grain Growth!
HR-EBSD Characterization of Subgrains in an Interstitial-free Steel Following High-temperature Deformation
Imaging Ghosts with 4D-STEM: Diffuse Scattering, Vacancies and Vanishing Dislocations
Imaging Real-time Plasticity Onset and Single Twinning Events within a Bulk Polycrystalline Magnesium Alloy
In-situ 3D High-energy X-ray Diffraction Study on Deformation Behavior of Neutron-irradiated Fe-9%Cr
In-situ Experiment for SEM DIC and HREBSD Over a Concurrent Domain
In Situ Characterization of Dislocation Types in 3D using Dark Field X-ray Microscopy
In Situ Deformation Experiment at the Swedish Materials Science Beamline at PETRA III
Incipient Plastic Localization from Cryogenic to High Temperatures in a Nickel Based-superalloy
Instability-induced Deformation in MAX Phases
Internal Stress Evolution During Cyclic Deformation of Aluminum Observed by High-resolution Reciprocal Space Mapping
Investigating the Energetics Underlying the Co-nucleation of Adjoining Twin Pairs at Grain Boundaries in Hexagonal Close-packed Materials
Investigation of Deformation Behaviours and Microstructure Evolution with Advanced Characterization
Investigation of Grain Boundary Effect on the Strain Hardening of Mg-4Al by In Situ Tensile Testing in SEM and High Resolution EBSD
Mapping Dislocation Density in Additively Manufactured SS316L Specimens with Varying Aspect Ratio
Mapping Local Strain in Metallic Glass Composites during In Situ Deformation in the TEM
Mapping Nanoscale Strain Redistributions in Multi-layered Metallic Glasses during In-situ Deformation
Measuring and Modelling the Elastoplastic Transition at the Microstructural Scale
Micromechanical Properties of Low Angle Grain Boundaries in Single Crystal Ni-based Superalloys
Microstructure-sensitive Modeling of Grade-91 Alloy with Uncertainty Quantification
Microstructure Evolution, Deformation, and Damage
Multimodal 4D Laboratory and Synchrotron X-ray Studies of Heterogeneous Plastic Deformation and Effects hereof on Recrystallization in Metals
Multimodal Characterization and Modeling of Additively Manufactured Alloys with Intentionally Seeded Pores
Multiscale Characterization of Deformation and Defect Structures During Continuous Bending Under Tension in Commercially Pure Titanium
On the Accommodation of Twin Transformations In Metals: Elastic Shielding Mediated by Twin Facets
On the Temperature and Strain Rate Dependency of Flow Stress of Ti834
Predicting Dislocation Distribution from XRD Measurements through Machine Learning and 3D Discrete Dislocation Dynamics Simulations
Quantifying Complex Defect Structures Created by Advanced Manufacturing using X-ray Diffraction
Rapid Characterision of the Slip Activity in Ordered Intermetallics Using Automated Slip Trace Analysis and Composition Gradients
Reconstructing Dislocation Avalanches via High-frequency Surface Displacement Measurements
Revisiting screw dislocation velocity based on kink-pair formation and migration
Simulating Dark-Field X-ray Microscopy Images of Complex Discrete Dislocation Structures
Structure and Properties of bcc Mg Synthesized Using Interface Strain Engineering
The Role of Intermetallic Particles in the Fracture of Al2024-T351
Towards a Predictive Criterion for Slip Transfer in Alpha Ti
Transformation-mediated Twin Nucleation in Hexagonal Close-packed Metals
Understanding Corrosion of AM Ti Alloys for Custom Orthopaedic Implants
Validation Study of Laboratory-scale High-energy Diffraction Microscopy (Lab-HEDM)

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