S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II

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TopicS: Structural Materials

Static and dynamic mechanical properties of structural materials are genuinely determined by their internal microstructure. Improved synthesis routes, for example severe plastic deformation, electrochemical or physical deposition, implanting, or unique alloying and processing strategies allow the generation of distinct microstructures down to the nanometer regime. These techniques operate typically far from thermo-dynamical equilibrium, but are capable to synthesize tailored structures that in turn exhibit extraordinary static and dynamic mechanical properties. The focus of this symposium is on understanding the general link between material properties and microstructure for fine-grained and nanostructured high performance materials.

In this context, structural properties of nanocrystalline, nanocomposite, nanolaminate, nanoporous materials, as well as materials with otherwise advanced designed microstructures are in the focus of this symposium. Mechanical properties of interest include, but are not limited to, strength and ductility, fracture toughness, fatigue resistance, thermo-mechanical stability, as well as deformation and damage mechanisms.

Topics of interest involve, but are not limited to:

  • Modifying mechanical properties utilizing recent advances in synthesis of tailored material microstructures
  • Structural property changes induced by modern alloying and processing concepts for light weight high strength materials
  • Advanced synthesis approaches to grant classical alloys improved mechanical performance
  • Strategies to design meta-materials with tailored mechanical response
  • Combining structural performance with functional properties, e.g. radiation tolerance, electronic resistance, or magnetic performance, by microstructure design
  • Novel experimental techniques to assess global and local mechanical properties of advanced structural materials
  • Linking local high resolution structural and chemical information to global mechanical properties

Moreover a joint session with the symposium “D: Small scale and in situ mechanical testing: Theory meets experiment” is planned.

Lecture S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II
WEB 2-photon lithography of photoresist/cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposites for tunable mechanical metamaterials

Dr. Jakob Schwiedrzik Samuel Stelzl Dr. Alexander Grötsch Daniele Casari Dr. Gilberto Siqueira Yannick Nagel Dr. Gustav Nyström Laszlo Pethö Prof. Dr. Aleksandr Ovsianikov Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II
Computational modelling of actuation in functional nanoporous metal composites

Jana Wilmers Emma Griffiths Dr. Celal Soyarslan Prof. Dr. Swantje Bargmann

Lecture S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II
Dynamic mechanical properties of ultra-fine grained copper microlattices fabricated using micro-additive manufacturing

Dr. Rajaprakash Ramachandramoorthy Dr. Jakob Schwiedrzik Dr. Patrik Schurch Thibaut Merle Dr. Giorgio Ercolano Dr. Wabe Koelmans Dr. Laetitia Philippe Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II
Investigation of deformation behavior under different loading directions in transition metal (oxy)nitride thin films

Markus Reiner Schoof Dr. James S. K.-L. Gibson Shahed Rezai Prof. Dr. Stefanie Reese Prof. Dr. Sandra Korte-Kerzel

Lecture S08: Mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Materials II
Metastable beta titanium alloys with high oxygen content – behavior near the stability limit and resulting mechanical properties

Dalibor Preisler Dr. Josef Stráský Jiří Kozlík Prof. Miloš Janeček Tereza Košutová Dr. Michaela Janovská Dr. Lucie Bodnárová Dr. Kristýna Halmešová