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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Composite Materials for Sustainable Eco-Friendly Applications
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Composite Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Brian Wisner, Ohio University
Ioannis N. Mastorakos, Clarkson University
Simona E. Hunyadi Murph, Savannah River National Laboratory
Scope Efforts to achieve more environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing process is an increasingly important topic. From the use of natural recyclable raw materials to the improvement of component life cycle enhancement to reduce waste are often targeted in all engineering sectors. This symposium focuses on innovations in the field of composite materials with a specific focus on Eco-Friendly and environmentally sustainable systems. Papers looking at development of materials for structural applications, reduction in energy consumption, and increase component life. All submissions should focus on how the work being done will have environmental impacts.

Specific Topics of interest include but are not limited to recycled material feed-stock, applications for reduced carbon footprint and novel materials to repurpose waste from other areas such as coal as a feed-stock.

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned:

Additive Manufacturing with Wood-based Composites for Building Construction Applications
Biodegrability of Bioplastic Films with Manihot Esculenta Starch in Natural Environment
Characterization of PLA Bio-nanocomposites with Bacterial Cellulose Derived from Banana Peels
D-10: The Response of Epoxy Hybrid Composites with Aramid Fabric and Curaua Non-Woven Fabric to Dynamic Compression at High Strain Rate
D-14: The Response of Epoxy Hybrid Composites with Aramid Fabric and Curaua Non-Woven Fabric to Ballistic Impact by 9mm FMJ Luger Projectile
D-15: Thermal Aging Evaluation of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Fique Fabric Using Thermogravimetric Analyses
D-16: Utilizing Spent Espresso Grounds for Composite Filaments with Improved Thermal Properties
D-9: Effect of Thermal Conductivity on the Mechanical Behavior of Marginal Construction Waste as a Structural Material for Recycled Pavements
Designing Novel MicroNano Concrete as Subsurface Hydraulic Barrier Materials Using Shale Rocks as Templates
NOW ON-DEMAND ONLY - 4D Printable Terpene/Terpenoid Photopolymers For Upcycling Commodity Polystyrene Towards A Circular Economy
Recycling Diesel Combustion Byproducts as Anode Electrode Material for Lithium-ion Batteries
The Formation of Schwertmannite and Its Influence on Mine Environment
Understanding Photocarrier and Gas Dynamics to Rationally Design Heterostructured Nanocatalysts for Solar CO2 Conversion

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