Symposium JJ: Intermetallic-based Alloys–Science, Technology, and Applications

Intermetallic-based Alloys–Science, Technology, and Applications

This symposium will focus on new understanding and developments within the realm of microstructure, processing, and properties of intermetallic compounds and multiphase alloys where intermetallic compounds are the major constituents. Topics of interest broadly include fundamentals of phase stability and their effects on microstructural design and microstructural degradation in extreme environments/service; physical and mechanical response to various loading conditions and the role of defects in influencing them; developments in innovative processing from the solid, liquid and vapor states; and technological considerations for successful commercial applications. Intermetallic phases of interest include aluminides, silicides, Laves phases and Heusler phases, and various other geometrically and topologically close-packed compounds. From an application perspective, presentations related to intermetallic compounds intended for structural and functional applications, including for high-temperature use in the aerospace and automotive industries, the fossil fuel and nuclear industries for ferromagnetic applications, catalysis, and thermoelectric power will all be considered.

Topics to be addressed include (but will not be limited to):

  • Phase equilibria and transformations
  • Defect structures and their evolution
  • Mechanical and physical properties
  • Deformation, fracture, and underlying mechanisms
  • Environmental effects, including oxidation and hot corrosion
  • Intermetallic composites and novel superalloy-type systems
  • Shape memory alloys
  • Magnetic, optical, and medical applications
  • Thermoelectric applications
  • Energy-storage applications
  • Recent applications in the aircraft, automotive, and other industries

Invited Speakers Include:

B. Bewlay (General Electric Global Research), H. Clemens (Montanuniv. Leoben, Austria), Oliver Kastner (GFZ-Potsdam, Germany), K. Kishida (Kyoto Univ., Japan), R. Ritchie, (Univ. of California, Berkeley), M. Schütze (Karl-Winnacker Inst., DECHEMA, Germany), T. Takasugi, (Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan), M. Takeyama (Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan).

Symposium Organizers

Ian Baker
Dartmouth College
Thayer School of Engineering
Hanover, NH 03755-8000
Tel 603-646-2184
Fax 603-646-3856
ian.baker@dartmouth.edu

Martin Heilmaier
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute for Applied Materials (IAM-WK)
Engelbert-Arnold-Str. 4, D-76131 Karlsruhe, Germany
Tel 49-721-608-46594
Fax 49-721-608-48044
martin.heilmaier@kit.edu

Sharvan Kumar
Brown University
School of Engineering
Box D, Providence, RI 02912
Tel 401-863-2862
Fax 401-863-7677
sharvan_kumar@brown.edu

Kyosuke Yoshimi
Tohoku University
Graduate School of Environmental Studies
6-6-02 Aramaki Aza Aoba, Sendai, Miyagi 980-8579, Japan
Tel/Fax 81-22-795-7325
yoshimik@cir.tohoku.ac.jp 

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