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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Hume-Rothery Symposium: Thermodynamics, Phase Equilibria and Kinetics for Materials Design and Engineering
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Alloy Phases Committee
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Carelyn E. Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Michael C. Gao, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh
Scope Computational methods have become essential tools for materials and process development. The CALPHAD method has been known as one of the pillars of integrated computational materials engineering among these tools because of its focus on alloy systems that are of practical interest to industry. CALPHAD calculations are being coupled to an array of process simulations, such as solidification and phase field simulations. Today, CALPHAD databases are available for thermochemical properties, diffusion mobilities and molar volume and unite data from experimental measurements and atomistic simulations. The focus of this symposium is to gain an overview of the state-of-the-art of computational and experimental methods in the field of thermochemistry, phase equilibria and kinetics of inorganic materials and application of the results to solve engineering problems. The presentations in this symposium are invited only.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2019
Proceedings Plan Undecided

A Hexagonal Close Packed Multi-principal-element Alloy Identified Computationally
Alloys, Processing, Applications, Models and Software: The Wide Domain of Gibbs Energies Sets Giving Impulse to Invention
Application of Calphad-based Computational Tools to Alloy Development for Additive Manufacturing
Calphad Applications and Challenges in Gas Turbine Coatings
CALPHAD Databases for Co-based Alloys
Computational Thermodynamics in Microstructure Modelling and Beyond
Developing CALPHAD Databases for Thermophysical Properties of Metals and Alloys
Development of a Comprehensive Diffusion (mobility) Database for Lightweight Magnesium Alloys
Diffusion Mobilities in Co-Ni-Al-Cr System
First-principles Thermodynamics of Refractory Alloys and their Oxides
How Can the CALPHAD Method Do Better?
Improvement of a CALPHAD Database for the Development of Next Generation TiAl Alloys by Targeted Key Experiments on High-temperature Phase Equilibria – The EU Project Advance
Industrial Applications of Thermodynamic and Kinetics Modeling
Interaction of Moving Grain Boundaries with Solutes in Alloys
Materials Property Databases Developed by the CALPHAD Approach and Their Applications in Materials Design
Measurements of Thermophysical Properties of Metals and Alloys as Input for Computational Thermodynamics
On the Intrinsic Alloying Behavior in the A and M Sublattices of MAX Phases
On the Next Generation of Thermodynamic CALPHAD Databases
Phase Equilibria and Interfacial Migration in Stressed Solids
Phase Equilibria in High-entropy and Complex-concentrated Alloys
Selected Observations of Microstructural Development in Additively Manufactured Metallic Alloys
The Application of Metastable Equilibria in the Analysis of Transformation Behavior
The Third Generation of CALPHAD Descriptions: Case Studies on Al-C and W-C
Thermodynamic Assessment of the Fe-B and Fe-B-C- Systems
Thermodynamic Modeling of Precipitates of Topologically Close-packed Phases
Thermodynamics at Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium – Genomic Tools for Materials Design
Tomorrow fcc Ordering Model
William Hume-Rothery Award Lecture: Phase Diagrams, Computational Thermodynamics and CALPHAD

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