Symposium

S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading

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TopicS: Structural Materials

In many applications, examples of which are bearings, rails or hip implants, materials work under complex mechanical and/or chemical loading conditions. The consequent failure mechanisms are governed by the interplay between material, mechanical load and surrounding media. In bearings or rails this can lead to formation of white-etching cracks, in hip implants to emission of detrimental ions to the human body. In all the above-mentioned cases the cyclic plastic deformation together with frictional heat, absorption of hydrogen, lubrication conditions, formation of reaction layers and tribo-corrosion play an important role. Understanding the underlying phenomena requires scale-bridging characterization and modelling from the macroscopic to the atomistic scale.

This interdisciplinary symposium invites researchers from the field of materials science, mechanical engineering and chemistry involved in experimental and modelling work on the above-mentioned phenomena to share their knowledge and to contribute to the better understanding of the material response to complex and combined mechanical and chemical loading.


Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
WEB Investigation of cementite dissolution in 100Cr6 bearing steel under high pressure torsion (HPT)

Kiranbabu Srikakulapu Yu Qin David Mayweg T.S Prithiv Michael Herbig

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
WEB Numerical studies to investigate the effect of inclusion-matrix debonding on subsurface crack initiation due to rolling contact fatigue in bearings

Ph.D. Gopalakrishnan Ravi Dr. Ksenija Nikolic Prof. Dr. Roumen Petrov Prof. Dr. Kim Verbeken Prof. Dr. Wim De Waele Prof. Dr. Stijn Hertelé

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
WEB The role of carbon in the phenomenon of white etching cracks

David Mayweg Dr. Lutz Morsdorf Dr. Michael Herbig

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Atomic Scale Origin of Metal Ion Release from Hip Implant Taper Junctions

Dr. Michael Herbig Dr. Shanoob Balachandran Dr. Zita Zachariah Prof. Dr. Alfons Fischer David Mayweg Prof. Dr. Markus Wimmer Prof. Dr. Dierk Raabe

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Effect of temperature on the tribo-oxidation of high-purity copper

Julia Lehmann Dr. Christian Greiner Oliver Schmidt

Poster S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Investigation of the effect of end mill-geometry on microstructure and indentation hardness of aluminum alloy AA6082

Pavel Filippov Prof. Dr. Ursula Koch Prof. Dr. Michael Kaufeld Martin Ebner

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Mechanism of cementite decomposition in 100Cr6 bearing steels during high pressure torsion

Dr. Michael Herbig Yu Qin David Mayweg Po-Yen Tung Prof. Dr. Reinhard Pippan

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Moving cracks form white etching areas during rolling contact fatigue in bearings

Dr. Lutz Morsdorf David Mayweg Dr. Yujiao Li Annika Martina Diederichs Prof. Dr. Dierk Raabe Dr. Michael Herbig

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
The effect of electrical current and lubricant formulation on premature white etching crack failures within wind turbine bearings

Dr. Benjamin Gould Dr. Aaron Greco

Lecture S07: Material Response to Complex Mechanical and Chemical Loading
Uncovering the microstructure of White Etching Area around White Etching Cracks in bearing steels

Ph.D. Ksenija Nikolic Prof. Dr. Elena Pereloma Prof. Dr. Kim Verbeken Prof. Dr. Roumen Petrov

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