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AeroMat 2015: The Latest Word in Aerospace Materials, Extended Abstracts (May 11–14, 2015, Long Beach, California, USA)
This year, we continue with the theme "The Latest Word in Aerospace Materials." The event was organized jointly with the International Thermal Spray Conference (ITSC 2015) and Microstructural Characterization Aerospace Materials and Coatings (IMS 2015).
IMS 2015: Microstructural Characterization of Aerospace Materials & Coatings, Extended Abstracts (May 11–14, 2015; Long Beach, California, USA
The Microstructural Characterization of Aerospace Materials and Coatings is an exciting area in which to work, study, and play, and we will continue to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure IMS remains at the cutting edge in our industries.
Final program, show directory, and tutorial presentations from the Aerospace Coatings conference held October 8-9, 2014 at the Sheraton Bradley Airport Hotel in Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
ISTFA 2014: Proceedings of the 40th International Symposium for Testing and Failure Analysis (November 9–13, 2014, Houston, Texas, USA)
"Exploring the Many Facets of Failure Analysis," is the theme of the 40th International Symposium for Testing and Failure Analysis (ISTFA 2014), November 9–13, 2014, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, USA.
Authors: Vit Janik, Peter Beentjes, David Norman, Guido Hensen, Sridhar Seetharaman
Zinc coated steels for hot press forming are intended to offer active corrosion resistant ultrahigh strength steel for applications in the automotive industry. During hot-press forming, zinc can infiltrate the underlying grain boundaries during the heat and forming step, leading to intergranular cracking of the base metal.
Authors: Mohamed H. Safa
Fish scale appearance on cold rolled two-side enameled steels has become a large issue within the modern industry. This paper attempts to outline a number of methods used to make the hotrolled steel more suitable for two-side enameling after being cold rolled.
Authors: Susan Farjami , Xiaojun Liang , Anthony J. DeArdo
Knowledge of the flow stress behavior is important in seamless pipe rolling due to a need for accurate estimation of the roll force in order to optimize rolling schedules and avoid processing failures. In the present work, the hot flow behavior of high strength tubular grades was simulated by means of single hit compression tests conducted at various sets of deformation temperature and strain rate to replicate the mandrel mill rolling operation.
Authors: Mingjian Hua , Qiongshu Wang, Z. Kent Li , Michael Panzeri, and Anthony J. DeArdo
A new experimental procedure is presented for evaluating the elastic modulus of steel at high temperatures, based on resonance principles, following ASTM Standards El 875-08, E1876-09, and C215.
Authors: J. Kennedy, J.B. Wiskel, H. Henein, D.G. Ivey
Traditionally, ultrasonic testing (UT) has been used for crack and/or flaw detection in pipeline steels and welds; however, the work presented in this paper explores using this technique to characterize the microstructure of an L80 steel.