Symposium

C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging

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TopicC: Characterization

In order to fully exploit the property potentials of modern structural materials (thermo-) mechanical processing becomes necessary. During operation, the material in a structural component experiences another mechanical and/or thermal loading. A reliable prediction of a components integrity significantly relies on a profound knowledge of the microstructural evolution and likely damage mechanisms under any such processing and load history. The characterization of the microstructural evolution implies a close experimental setup of modern analytical tools as well as the realization of processing and deformation under well-defined laboratory conditions – ranging from small-scale samples up to full-scale component testing and analysis.

The major areas to be covered in this symposium are all aspects of the fundamentals, synthesis, analysis, monitoring and control of microstructural evolution, damage mechanisms and failure under mechanical and thermo-mechanical processing and deformation, also including innovative failure analysis techniques; models for real-time process control and quality monitoring systems.


Poster C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
WEB Evolution of bimodal L12 (γ') phase distribution and its effect on mechanical properties in nickel-based alloy 718Plus

Barun Bharadwaj Dash Dr. Mahadevan Sundararaman Prof. Shanmugam Sankaran

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Characterization of extruded Mg-Dy-Nd under stress corrosion in C-Ring tests

Prof. Dr. Petra Maier

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Influence of austempering on microstructural characteristics in thin-walled ductile cast iron

Frederic van gen Hassend Lukas Ninnemann Felix Töberich Michael Breuckmann Prof. Dr. Werner Theisen Prof. Dr. Sebastian Weber

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Interface characterization by experimental and numerical single-fiber push-out test

Benedikt Rohrmüller Prof. Dr. Peter Gumbsch Dr. Jörg Hohe

Lecture C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
Microstructural characterization of surface morphology on metastable austenitic stainless steel AISI 347 after different surface modification methods

Tong Zhu Dr. Marek Smaga Prof. Dr. Tilmann Beck

Poster C05: Mechanical Processing and Deformation Induced Microstructural Evolution, Damage Mechanisms and Failure Characterization from Micro to Macro Imaging
The effect of heat-treatment on micro structure and texture evolution in Ti-6Al-4V alloy and its effect on room temperature tensile properties and deformation mechanism

Shubhashis Dixit Dr. Amit Bhattacharjee Prof. Shanmugam Sankaran

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