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Picture of the product11th MPMD Global Innovations Symposium
The 11th MPMD Global Innovations Symposium: Global Innovations in Manufacturing of Aerospace Materials
Various

Originally published in the 2010 TMS Annual Meeting Supplemental Proceedings Volume 1: Materials Processing and Properties, these papers represent a wide spectrum of technologies within aerospace materials manufacturing.

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Publisher: TMS
Date Published: February 1, 2010


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Picture of the product2005 Annual Meeting Featured Presentations
2005 Annual Meeting Featured Presentations
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This group of 7 papers comprises the featured presentations originally presented at the 2005 TMS Annual Meeting, which was held in San Francisco, February 13–17, 2005.

These papers are available to purchase as a group or individually by selecting a specific paper in the Contents area above.

Featured presentations from the 2005 TMS Annual Meeting, which was held in San Francisco, February 13–17, 2005.

Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 101 [7papers plus indexes]
Date Published: February 1, 2005
ISBN: 0-87339-598-0


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Picture of the productAdvanced Metallic Composites and Alloys for High Performance
Advanced Metallic Composites and Alloys for High Performance
Edited by: Awadh Pandey, Kevin L. Kendig, and John J. Lewandowski

These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Advanced Metallic Composites and Alloys for High Performance. The original symposium description is as follows: "The purpose of this symposium is to discuss the technical challenges with advanced materials pertaining to the high performance applications. This symposium will cover advanced metallic composites and alloys of aluminum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, niobium and molybdenum alloys. The emphasis of the symposium will be on research related to material and process development to produce improved microstructure and mechanical properties. The symposium will address issues related to processing, microstructure and mechanical properties of metallic composites and alloys."

A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 161 [17 papers]
Date Published: May 1, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-87339-666-0


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07-6660-E
Picture of the productAluminum Wrought Products for Automotive, Packaging, and
Aluminum Wrought Products for Automotive, Packaging, and Other Applications - The James Morris Honorary Symposium
Edited by S.K. Das; G. Jha; Z. Li; T. Zhai; and J. Liu

This symposium honored the long-term contributions of Professor James Morris in the study of the physical and mechanical metallurgy of aluminum alloys produced by wrought processing methods. Papers address progress in research, development, testing and application of aluminum sheet, plate, extrusions, forgings, and other wrought products in end uses; these include transportation (automotive, aerospace and marine), packaging, and other key areas.

A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 163 [16 papers, portable document format]
Date Published: June 1, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-87339-611-0


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Picture of the productBulk Metallic Glasses
Bulk Metallic Glasses
P.K. Liaw and R.A. Buchanan, Editors

Mechanical behavior of bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) is among the new, exciting fields of research that are fully illustrating their advantages over crystalline alloys. These papers explore: material fabrication and processing; nanocrystalline materials and composites based on BMGs; mechanical behavior; shearband formation, fatigue, deformation, and fracture mechanisms; corrosion, physical, magnetic, electric and thermal properties; theoretical modeling and simulation; and industrial applications.

A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 173 [17 papers, portable document format]
Date Published: June 1, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-87339-612-7


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06-6127-E
Picture of the productCharacterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
Arun Gokhale, Jian Li, and Toru Okabe, editors

These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials. The original symposium description is as follows: "The symposium will provide an update to the current progress in characterization studies in minerals, metals, and materials industry. The scope includes current industrial applications, research and developments, and innovative fundamental researches. The symposium will have focused sessions on specific topics such as characterization of feed materials in iron and steel making processes, characterization of composites, quantitative characterization of microstructures across length scales, and applications of advanced microscopy techniques for materials characterization."

A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 158 [19 manuscripts]
Date Published: May 1, 2007
ISBN: 978-0-87339-678-3


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07-6783-E
Picture of the productComputational Modeling of Materials, Minerals, and Metals
Computational Modeling of Materials, Minerals, and Metals
Edited by M. Cross, J.W. Evans and C. Bailey

This downloadable edition contains the proceedings of the Computational Modeling of Materials, Minerals, and Metals Processing Symposium which was held at the 2002 TMS Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington. Computational models offer an effective way to design, analyze, and optimize materials, metals, and minerals processing. Computational modeling is increasingly becoming the means by which every factor in the operation of a process can be analyzed in a rational manner. Such models also represent a framework within which we can embed much of our understanding of process operations. This international conference brought together participants from all aspects of computational modeling of materials, minerals, and metals processing, including the engineers involved primarily in specific applications, developers of computational modeling tools, and the developers of models. This allows all involved to understand the most recent advances in this rapidly developing enabling technology.

A collection of papers from the 2002 TMS Annual Meeting held in Seattle, Washington, February 17-21, 2002.

Supporting pages for this publication are available for complimentary download.

Publisher: TMS
Product Format: e-Book
Pages: 700
Date Published: February 1, 2002
ISBN: 0-87339-513-1


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Picture of the productComputational Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations
Computational Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations
Edited by: Corbett Battaile and James R. Morris

These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Computational Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations. The original symposium description is as follows: "Phase equilibria, phase transformations, and related phenomena are critical to most materials processing technologies. Computational modeling and simulation can provide key fundamental information concerning these phenomena, and often suggest new avenues for improving material properties and performance. Computation also provides a powerful tool for increasing basic understanding through precisely controlled virtual experiments that provide detailed tests of theory. This annual symposium is the sixth in a series focusing on computational thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transformations. Its goal is to assemble researchers and practitioners in both computational and experimental disciplines to assess the current status of computational models and simulation techniques at different time and length scales. Attention will be given to the mechanistic fundamentals and practical applications of phase and microstructure transformation in advanced materials including metals, ceramics, polymers, and semiconductors.

Topics of relevance include, but are not limited to:

  • Classical and first principles atomistic simulation techniques.
  • Thermodynamic properties of equilibrium and nonequilibrium phases.
  • Fundamental properties of nanoparticles, surfaces, and interfaces.
  • Kinetics of grain growth, recrystallization, and phase coarsening.
  • Effects of interface properties, impurities, and deformation on microstructural evolution.
  • Novel approaches to simulating phase transformations and microstructural evolution."


  • A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 64 [7 Manuscripts]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-679-0


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    07-6790-E
    Picture of the productDegradation of Light Weight Alloys
    Degradation of Light Weight Alloys (E-book)
    David Shifler, Julie A. Christodoulou. James P. Moran, Airan Perez, and Wenyue Zheng, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Degradation of Light Weight Alloys. The original symposium description is as follows: "The need to improve fuel efficiency and speed requires light weight materials for components and structures. The long term reliability and performance of light weight materials requires a thorough qualitative and quantitative understanding of degradation mechanisms in response to service environments and operational requirements. The mechanical properties of engineering materials are dependent on their microstructure, fabrication methods, joining processes, and interactions with other materials. Detailed prediction of deformation mechanism under various modes of stress and strain, temperatures, and environments are lacking. The main scope of this symposium will be on the degradation of aluminum, magnesium, and titanium alloys, but other light weight materials such as composites are welcome. Topic of interest include, but are not limited to:
    (1) Corrosion (pitting, galvanic, crevice, etc) of light weight alloys
    (2) Fatigue and environmentally-assisted cracking
    (3) Fabrication and repair technologies for structures
    (4) Alloy chemistry and thermal processing and their effects of alloy performance
    (5) Torsion, shear, compression, tensile, creep, and other mechnical properties required for structural design to avoid degradation
    (6) Sensitization and delamination of light weight alloys
    (7) Interactions among multiple degradation mechanisms
    (8) Joining methods that mitigate degradation and improve performance and reliability of structures
    (9) Predictive methods and models that forecast performance under various operational parameters"

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 49 [5 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-668-4


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    07-6684-E
    Picture of the productElectronic, Magnetic, & Photonic Materials: Selected MS&T'06
    Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'06
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'06 held in Cincinnati, OH, October 15-19, 2006, covering topics related to Electronic, Magnetic, & Photonic Materials. Contributing symposia include:
    • Glass and Optical Materials Processing Related Issues I [13 papers]
    • Ferroelectric and Ferroic Materials Fundamental Issues in Ferroelectrics [5 papers]
    • General Topics in Electroceramics Materials and Process Innovations in Electroceramics [5 papers]
    • International Symposium on Advanced Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Design and Preparation of Materials I [14 papers]
    • Lead-Free Soldering: It Is Here to Stay—Applications, Alloy Development, and Impact Thermodynamics and Interfacial Properties of Lead-Free Solders [8 papers]
    • Starting Materials for Advanced Ceramics (for Electronics and Structural Applications) Processing and Properties of Starting Materials, Including Nano-Powders and Preceramic Polymers [9 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'06 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science & Technology Conference
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: October 15, 2006


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    08-0602-E
    Picture of the productElectronic, Magnetic, & Photonic Materials: Selected MS&T'07
    Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'07
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'07 held in Detroit, MI, September 16-20, 2007, covering topics related to Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials. Contributing symposia include:
    • Spintronic Materials Devices [1 paper]
    • Stucture-Property Relationships of Multifunctional Oxide Thin Films and Interfaces [4 papers]
    • Glass and Optical Materials [4 papers]
    • International Symposium on Dielectric Materials: Design, Preparation & Applications [15 papers]
    • Ferroelectrics and Multiferroics [7 papers]
    • General Topics in Electorceramics [4 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'07 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2007
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: September 16, 2007


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    08-0702-E
    Picture of the productFrontiers in Solidification Science
    Frontiers in Solidification Science
    Edited by: Jeffrey Hoyt, Mathis O. Plapp, Gabriel P. Faivre, and Shan Liu

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Frontiers in Solidification Science. The original symposium description is as follows: "This symposium, the second in an ongoing biennial series, will focus on emerging developments in solidification science and the associated experimental, analytical, and computational techniques used for their investigation. The objective is to bring to the forefront those questions which are critical to the advancement of the field and to discuss the benefits and limitations of various new approaches. Topics of interest include novel experimental and theoretical approaches leading to the advancement of solidification science in the areas of morphological stability and selection, nucleation phenomena, chemical partitioning and segregation, microstructural evolution, multiple length-scale phenomena, intrinsic properties of crystal-melt interfaces, impurity effects at crystal-melt interfaces, growth mechanisms, and interface kinetics. In addition to invited talks, several contributed abstracts will be selected for oral presentation and others will be selected for poster presentations."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 111 [12 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-681-3


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    07-6813-E
    Picture of the productFurnace Systems Technology Workshop: Merging Technologies an
    Furnace Systems Technology Workshop: Emerging Technologies and Energy Efficiency
    P.E. King and S.K. Das, Editors

    Complementing the Furnace Systems Technology Workshop, these papers focus on newer and emerging melting and process heating technologies and some of the evaluation tools available.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 17 [2 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-614-1


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    06-6141-E
    Picture of the productGeneral Abstracts: Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materi
    General Abstracts: Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials Division
    Sung Kang and Long Qing Chen, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium General Abstracts: Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials Division. The original symposium description is as follows: "The TMS Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials Division invites you to make plans now to present your research as part of its general abstract session. In an effort to present a more comprehensive view of current work being carried on in materials science research and industry, particularly new and emerging technologies and techniques, EMPMD is soliciting general abstract submissions for sessions related to the following areas: alloy phases, biomaterials, chemistry and physics of materials, electronic materials, electronic packaging and inter-connection materials, nanomaterials, superconducting and magnetic materials, and thin films and interfaces."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 97
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-683-7


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    07-6837-E
    Picture of the productGeneral Abstracts: Extraction and Processing
    General Abstracts: Extraction and Processing
    Boyd Davis and Michael L. Free, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium General Abstracts: Extraction and Processing. The original symposium description is as follows: "This symposium will consider general topics in pyrometallurgy, waste treatment and minimization, and aqueous processing. This includes the science, technology, and industrial practice of the processing of ores and the treatment and minimization of wastes."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 130
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-684-4


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    07-6844-E
    Picture of the productGeneral Abstracts: Light Metals Division
    General Abstracts: Light Metals Division
    Edited by: Neale Neelameggham and Anne Kvithyld

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium General Abstracts: Light Metals Division. The original symposium description is as follows: "The TMS Light Metals Division invites you to make plans now to present your research as part of its general abstract session. In an effort to present a more comprehensive view of current work being carried on in materials science research and industry, particularly new and emerging technologies and techniques, LMD is soliciting general abstract submissions for sessions related to the following areas: aluminum, magnesium, reactive metals, and recycling."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 102 [11 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-669-1


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    07-6691-E
    Picture of the productGeneral Abstracts: Materials Processing and Manufacturing
    General Abstracts: Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
    Edited by: Fernand Marquis, Ralph E. Napolitano, and Neville Moody

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium General Abstracts: Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division. The original symposium description is as follows: "The TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division invites you to make plans now to present your research as part of its general abstract session. In an effort to present a more comprehensive view of current work being carried on in materials science research and industry, particularly new and emerging technologies and techniques, MPMD is soliciting general abstract submissions for sessions related to the following areas: computational materials science & engineering, global innovations, nanomechanical materials behavior, phase transformations, powder materials, process modeling analysis and control, shaping and forming, solidification, and surface engineering."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 91 [11 papers]
    Date Published: January 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-685-1


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    Picture of the productGeneral Abstracts: Structural Materials Division
    General Abstracts: Structural Materials Division
    Edited by: Rollie Dutton and Ellen K. Cerreta

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium General Abstracts: Structural Materials Division. The original symposium description is as follows: "The TMS Structural Materials Division invites you to make plans now to present your research as part of its general abstract session. In an effort to present a more comprehensive view of current work being carried on in materials science research and industry, particularly new and emerging technologies and techniques, SMD is soliciting general abstract submissions for sessions related to the following areas: alloy phases, biomaterials, chemistry and physics of materials, composite materials, corrosion and environmental effects, high temperature alloys, mechanical behavior of materials, nuclear materials, physical metallurgy, refractory metals, structural materials, superconducting and magnetic materials, and titanium."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 162
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-686-8


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    07-6868-E
    Picture of the productGeneral Poster Session
    General Poster Session
    Edited by: James Foles

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the General Poster Session. The original symposium description is as follows: "The TMS Annual Meeting Programming Committee invites you to make plans now to present your research as part of its general poster session. In an effort to present a more comprehensive view of current work being carried on in materials science research and industry, particularly new and emerging technologies and techniques, TMS is soliciting poster submissions for sessions related to the following areas: alloy phases, aluminum, chemistry and physics of materials, composite materials, corrosion and environmental effects, electronic packaging and inter-connection materials, polymers, powder metallurgy, precious metals, processing fundamentals, reactive metals, recycling, refractory metals, shaping and forming, solidification, superconducting materials, surface engineering, thin films and interfaces."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 61 [9 Papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-670-7


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    07-6707-E
    Picture of the productHume-Rothery Symposium: Scattering Studies and the
    Hume-Rothery Symposium: Scattering Studies and the Fundamental Properties of Materials
    Patrice Turchi, Wolfgang Donner, and J. Lee Robinson, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the Hume-Rothery Symposium: Scattering Studies and the Fundamental Properties of Materials. The original symposium description is as follows: "This symposium, held in honor of the 2007 Hume-Rothery Award recipient, Simon C. Moss, will focus on some of the modern tools in place for probing the fundamental properties of atoms, metals and complex materials, from electron behavior to properties. All participants are invited speakers and have been asked to provide an assessment of our current understanding of some aspects of the fundamental properties of matter. Topics of interest include state-of-the-art diffuse scattering and transmission electron microscopy techniques applied to bulk alloys, thin-films and surfaces, oxides ands superconductors, bulk and nano-structured semiconductors, liquid and glasses, and modern quantum mechanical-based theories geared toward an understanding of the fundamental properties of these materials. Papers that cover "first-principles" approaches to experimental results, with strong emphasis on scattering methods and disordered materials will be presented in the spirit of the work carried out by Simon Moss."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 45 [3 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-687-5


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    07-6875-E
    Picture of the productHydrometallurgy 2003: Proceedings of the 5th Int'l Symposium
    HYDROMETALLURGY 2003: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium Honoring Professor Ian M. Ritchie.
    C. Young, A. Alfantazi, C. Anderson, A. James, D. Dreisinger, and B. Harris, editors

    The preeminent forum for the exchange of recent scientific and technological developments impacting the state-of-the-art of hydrometallurgy science and technology, the 2003 International Symposium on Hydrometallurgy in Honor of Professor Ian Ritchie combined the 2003 TMS Fall Extraction & Process Metallurgy Meeting and the 33rd Annual Hydrometallurgical Meeting of the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.

    This book is available exclusively in electronic format as portable document format (PDF) files, and readers may purchase the entire book or individual papers. Files can be viewed using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Program on Windows, Macintosh, Unix, and other systems. TMS books in PDF format are completely text-searchable, allowing users to locate important information quickly by typing in key words.

    From the 5th International Symposium on Hydrometallurgy in Vancouver, Canada, August 24-27, 2003.

    Supporting pages for this publication are available for complimentary download.

    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 2032
    Date Published: August 1, 2003
    ISBN: 0-87339-554-9


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    03-5549-E
    Picture of the productInnovations in Electrometallurgy
    Innovations in Electrometallurgy
    Edited by: Adam Powell and Michael Free

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Innovations in Electrometallurgy. The original symposium description is as follows: "Electrolytic processes have a long history in the metallurgical industry, and recent advances promise to expand their role in process technology considerably. This symposium will focus on research, development, and/or application of such innovative electrometallurgical processing technologies for the recovery, refining, and recycling of metals from ores, concentrates, process solutions, metal scrap, and waste. Relevant technologies include those for pre-treatment, the electrolytic processing itself, and downstream handling to the final product(s)."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 31 [4 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-671-4


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    07-6714-E
    Picture of the productMaterials for Energy Applications: Selected MS&T'06
    Materials for Energy Applications: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'06
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'06 held in Cincinnati, OH, October 15-19, 2006, covering topics related to Materials for Energy Applications. Contributing symposia include:
    • Fuel Cells and Energy Storage Systems: Materials, Processing, Manufacturing, an dPower Management Technologies [22 papers]
    • Radiation Effects in Materials[1 paper]
    • Use of Ceramics, Glass and Other Materials in the Disposition of Nuclear and Hazardous Wastes [5 papers]
    • Materials and Devices for Energy Harvesting, Generation and Storage Systems [4 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'06 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2006
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: October 15, 2006


    Non-member price: 448.00
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    08-0603-E
    Picture of the productMaterials for Energy Applications: Selected MS&T'07
    Materials for Energy Applications: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'07
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'07 held in Detroit, MI, September 16-20, 2007, covering topics related to Materials for Energy Applications. Contributing symposia include:
    • Energy Materials [11 papers]
    • Perovskite Materials Engineering [1 paper]
    • Fuel Cells: Materials, Processing, Manufacturing and Power Management Technologies [12 papers]
    • Degradation of Materials for Application in Nuclear Power and Waste Management Systems [6 papers]
    • Encapsulation and Immobilization of Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Using Ceramics, Glass and Other Materials [6 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'07 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2007
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: September 16, 2007


    Non-member price: 540.00
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    08-0703-E
    Picture of the productMaterials for Transportation Applications: Selected MS&T'06
    Materials for Transportation Applications: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'06
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'06 held in Cincinnati, OH, October 15-19, 2006, covering topics related to Materials for Transportation Applications. Contributing symposia include:
    • International Symposium on Advanced High Strength Steels for the Ground Transportation Industry [15 papers]
    • Materials for Responsive Space Access [2 papers]
    • Materials Processing Challenges for the Aerpsoace Industry [10 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'06 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2006
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: October 15, 2006


    Non-member price: 405.00
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    08-0601-E
    Picture of the productMaterials for Transportation Applications: Selected MS&T'07
    Materials for Transportation Applications: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'07
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'07 held in Detroit, MI, September 16-20, 2007, covering topics related to Materials for Transportation Applications. Contributing symposia include:
    • High-Density Hydrogen Storage for Automotive Applications: Materials and Methods [1 paper]
    • Automotive and Ground Vehicles: Applications of Materials to Vehicle Designs [4 papers]
    • Automotive and Ground Vehicles: Materials and Processes for Vehicles [4 papers]
    • Automotive Light Metal Castings: Technology and Applications [15 papers]
    • Advanced High-Strength & Other Specialty Sheet Steel Products for the Automotive Industry [21 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'07 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2007
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: September 16, 2007


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    08-0701-E
    Picture of the productMaterials in Clean Power Systems II: Fuel Cells, Solar, and
    Materials in Clean Power Systems II: Fuel Cells, Solar, and Hydrogen-Based Technologies
    Zhenguo "Gary" Yang, Michael P. Brady, K. Scott Weil, and Yong-Ho Sohn

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Materials in Clean Power Systems II: Fuel Cells, Solar, and Hydrogen-Based Technologies. The original symposium description is as follows: "Energy security, continued environmental concerns about traditional power generation plants, and greater technical and political interests in the merits of a hydrogen-based economy have spurred a dramatic worldwide growth in research and development activities associated with clean power technologies. Such technologies may include, but are not limited to, various fuel cell systems (PEMFC, SOFC, and MCFC), hydrogen combustion equipment (IC engines and gas turbines), solar/photovoltaics, and hydrogen generation equipment including electrolyzers, reformers, and membrane-based separation reactors. With an eye toward overall system development and its commercialization, there has been increased focus on both cell materials and the structural materials employed for a variety of components in these power systems. These materials and components are often performed in unique environments during system operation and their stability is essential in attaining high system power, efficiency, and reliability. This symposium will focus on both the scientific and technological aspects of the materials used in these systems, particularly on new materials development, materials degradation and interactions with environments, and clean power applications where these materials find their use. The symposium will provide a forum for scientists and engineers from academia, national laboratories, and industry to present the latest developments and understandings in materials for applications in clean power systems. In addition, the symposium will provide a venue for the fruitful interaction and exchange of ideas. It will also educate students and researchers interested in nationally and globally important areas of fuel cells, solar, and hydrogen-based technologies. Proposed session topics:
    • Structural materials for applications such as interconnections, sealing and packaging in fuel cells (SOFCs, MCFCs, PEMFCs, and others).
    • Materials for electrodes and electrolytes in electrochemical cells.
    • Materials employed in non-fuel cell related clean power systems, e.g. hydrogen-base IC and turbine systems.
    • Balance of plant materials used in clean power generation equipment.
    • Materials and material issues in hydrogen production, and gas (e.g. H2 and O2) separation
    • Materials for solar cells/photovoltaic systems
    • Corrosion, materials degradation in fuel cells and other clean power systems, and their protection.
    • Fundamental thermodynamics, transport properties and modeling."


    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 83 [9 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-693-6


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    07-6936-E
    Picture of the productMaterials in Clean Power Systems: Applications, Corrosion,
    Materials in Clean Power Systems: Applications, Corrosion,
    Editors: Z.G. Yang, K.S. Weil, and M.P. Brady

    These papers focus on both the scientific and technological aspects of the structural materials used in clean power systems, particularly on new materials development, oxidation and corrosion behavior, interactions with adjacent components such as electrodes, material protection strategies (e.g., coatings), and clean energy applications where these materials are finding use. Topics cover structural materials for applications in SOFCs, MCFCs and PEMFCs; hydrogen production; clean coal power plants and hydrogen generation; gas filtration, cleanup and separation; hydrogen delivery and embrittlement; fundamental understanding on corrosion in power generation systems; and protective coatings and newly developed materials.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 105 [9 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-621-9


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    06-6219-E
    Picture of the productMaterials Processing Fundamentals
    Materials Processing Fundamentals
    Princewill Anyalebechi, editor

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Materials Processing Fundamentals, but were not included in the EPD Congress 2007 volume. The original symposium description is as follows: "This symposium will cover all aspects of the fundamentals, synthesis, analysis, design, monitoring, and control of metals, materials, and metallurgical processes and phenomena. Topics include the experimental, analytical, and computer modeling aspects of the physical chemistry, thermodynamics, and transport phenomena in materials and metallurgical processes as well as monitoring and control methodologies involved in these processes. Research relating to processes involving iron and steel, nonferrous metals, or lightweight alloys and topics that relate to process monitoring and control involving laboratory or in-plant validation are especially encouraged."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 306 [32 Manuscripts]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-674-5


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    07-6745-E
    Picture of the productMetal Powders for Energy Production and Storage Applications
    8th Global Innovations Symposium: Metal Powders for Energy Production and Storage Applications


    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium 8th Global Innovations Symposium: Metal Powders for Energy Production and Storage Applications. The original symposium description is as follows: "Research on science and technology of renewable energy sources and energy saving technologies has gathered and are continuously gathering momentum in recent years. Metal powders are used in nearly all aspects of energy technologies including energy production, storage, and delivery. Particularly metal powders play key roles in some of the advanced technology areas including fuel cells, battery, hydrogen storage, and power generation. This symposium seeks to exhibit most recent advances in the use of metal powders in all of the above technology areas. Papers on the use of metal powders in traditional power generation applications is also encouraged. Contributions with emphasis synthesis and properties of metal powders for these applications are particularly encouraged."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 51 [6 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-692-9


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    07-6929-E
    Picture of the productMetal-Matrix Composites: Al, Ti, Processing and Properties
    Metal-Matrix Composites: Aluminum, Titanium, Processing and Properties


    With the purpose of providing helpful background for those involved in the metal-matrix composites field, seminal contributions to the literature of the field have been selected from TMS journals and conference proceedings (the original place of publication is listed with each paper's abstract). The landmark papers in this volume examine aluminum metal-matrix composites, the properties of composites, titanium-metal-matrix composites, and the processing of metal-matrix composites. The processing category addresses both solid-state and liquid-state methods and includes papers of a general nature as well as those specifically addressing processes for aluminum-matrix and titanium-matrix composites.

    To download the papers after purchasing the volume, visit the Download Manager, log in using your current username and password, and select the paper titles to download.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: March 1, 2008


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    08-0001-E
    Picture of the productMPMD 7th Global Innovations Proceedings: Trends in Materials
    MPMD 7th Global Innovations Proceedings: Trends in Materials Materials R&D for Sensor Manufacturing Technologies
    I.E. Anderson, N.R. Moody, J.W. Sears, D.F. Bahr, H.L. Fraser and J.E. Smugeresky, Editors

    These proceedings focus on the latest advances and developments in materials and manufacturing technologies used for the sensor manufacturing industry. It presents all aspects of processing, fabrication, structure-property relations, evaluation and applications. Topics include high performance materials and innovative manufacturing processes for a wide variety of applications for homeland defense and security, automotive, aerospace, aviation and ground transportation applications.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 51 [5 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-622-6


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    06-6226-E
    Picture of the productMPMD Symposium: Mechanics and Materials Modeling and
    MPMD Sympoisum: Mechanics and Materials Modeling and Materials Design Methodologies, in the Honor of Dr. Craig Hartley's 40 years of Contributions to the Field of Mechanics and Materials Science
    Hamid Garmestani and Brent L. Adams, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the MPMD Sympoisum: Mechanics and Materials Modeling and Materials Design Methodologies, in the Honor of Dr. Craig Hartley's 40 years of Contributions to the Field of Mechanics and Materials Science. The original symposium description is as follows: "We request to organize a five-session symposium on the occasion of Dr. Hartley's retirement as part of TMS Annual Meeting in 2007. Dr. Hartley has been strongly active in materials science research since 1965 and has been instrumental in funding and research in materials design in the last few years of his carrier at the Air Force Office of Research. Although he has been working at NSF, NIST, DOE and AFOSR for the last two decades in charge of funding for many programs, he has been very active in research and published many important papers. The organizing committee for the symposium are friends and ex-graduate students of Dr. Hartley who believe very strongly that the theme of the proposal is not only very deserving of Dr. Hartley's 40 years of contribution to materials science but also that a symposium on "Mechanics and Materials modeling and Materials Design Methodologies" is a timely symposium which will attract a wide range of expertise at the forefront of a very dynamic and growing field in materials modeling and design. It is increasingly evident that the art of new materials development must evolve from its current empirical/deductive framework to a physics-based/inductive paradigm. Remarkable improvements in processing provide a range of microstructures now available to the designers. In moving from performance specifications to designing a process path necessary to achieve a given microstructure, it is clear that a systems-based approach capable of inverse methodology typically iterative in nature is needed. Hence, engineering systems design approaches are required along with the physics-based process-structure and structure-property models - computational, analytical or heuristic. The aim of this workshop is to facilitate a broad discussion of significant challenges, current approaches and future strategies necessary to advance science-based design of materials. Various foundational aspects of this enterprise, including hierarchical modeling over time and length scales, treatment of microstructure topology in process-structure and structure-property relations, systems-based design frameworks for multi-objective performance requirements, material representation schema, bounding theories for models, inverse methods for modeling process paths, and others related to the Materials Design theme are invited to participate."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 142
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-688-2


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    07-6882-E
    Picture of the productMS&T '04 Volume 2: Casting Fundamentals, Engineered Steel Su
    MS&T '04 Volume 2: Continuous Casting Fundamentals, Engineered Steel Surfaces, and Modeling and Computer
    Applications in Metal Casting, Shaping and Forming Processes
    Sponsored by AIST and TMS

    Volume II contains selected proceedings of MS&T ’04 symposia jointly sponsored by TMS and AIST:
    • Continuous Casting Fundamentals
    • Engineered Steel Surfaces
    • Modeling and Computer Applications in Metal Casting, Shaping, and Forming Processes


    A collection of papers from the MS&T '04, which was held in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 26-29, 2004.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., table of contents, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 436
    Date Published: September 1, 2004
    ISBN: 1-886362-74-2


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    04-0022-E
    Picture of the productNanomaterials: Fabrication, Properties & Applications (2007)
    2007 Nanomaterials: Fabrication, Properties & Applications
    Wonbong Choi, Ashutosh Tiwari, and Seung Kang, Editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium 2007 Nanomaterials: Fabrication, Properties & Applications. The original symposium description is as follows: "The symposium will address the applications, fabrication and fundamental physics and chemistry of nanomaterials. Nanomaterials may be of any composition. For example, the nanomaterials may be carbon-based, silicon-based or a variety of functional materials such as semiconducting, ferroelectric and piezoelectric oxides, functional intermetallics such as ferromagnetic shape memory alloys, or complex magnetic materials for spintronics. The nanomaterials may have any morphology (i.e., wires, ropes, powders, tubes, thin films etc.) as long as their structure/property/performance/processing is dominated by phenomenon that results at the "nano" scale (1-100nm).

    Topics of interest related to nanomaterials include, but are not limited to:

    • Controlled and directed growth
    • Use in sensing of biological, chemical or other toxins
    • Use in electronic, magnetic or other scientific application
    • Use as building block for complex or hybrid devices and integrated systems
    • hysics and chemistry or other fundamental properties
    • Theoretical modeling studies

    Papers on experimental and theoretical investigations of related topics are also welcome."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 115 [12 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-691-2


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    07-6912-E
    Picture of the productNanotechnology: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'06
    Nanotechnology: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'06
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'06 held in Cincinnati, OH, October 15-19, 2006, covering topics related to Nanotechnology. Contributing symposia include:
    • Frontiers of Materials Science and Engineering 2006: Microstructures and Properties—Linking from Nano to Macro [7 papers]
    • Nanocomposites—Their Science, Technology, and Applications [13 papers]
    • Nanomaterials: Science and Technology [11 papers]
    • Nanomechanical Characterization and Size Dependent Mechanical Properties [7 papers]
    • Nanostructured Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications [14 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'06 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2006
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: October 15, 2006


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    08-0604-E
    Picture of the productNanotechnology: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'07
    Nanotechnology: Selected Proceedings from MS&T'07
    Various Authors

    A collection of papers from MS&T'07 held in Detroit, MI, September 16-20, 2007, covering topics related to Nanotechnology symposia include:
    • Innovative 3D nanoparticulate Material Processing [2 papers]
    • Materials Characterization at the Nanoscale: Instrumentation and Applications [6 papers]
    • Mechanics of Nanomaterials and Micro/Nanodevices: Experimental and Modeling [3 papers]
    • Nanomaterials for Electronic Applications [9 papers]
    • Nanoprocessing: Property Enhancement by Quantum Confinement and Other Effects in Reduced Dimensions [3 papers]
    • Nanostructured Ceramic Materials Science and Technology [9 papers]

    The complete proceedings from MS&T'07 is also available.

    Publisher: Materials Science and Technology Conference (MS&T) 2007
    Product Format: e-Book
    Date Published: September 16, 2007


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    08-0704-E
    Picture of the productPlasticity from the Atomic Scale to Constitutive Laws
    Plasticity from the Atomic Scale to Constitutive Laws
    Edited by: Christopher Woodward, Michael J. Mills,a nd Diana Farkas

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Plasticity from the Atomic Scale to Constitutive Laws. The original symposium description is as follows: "Recent developments in computational and experimental Material Science have enhanced our ability to model and measure fundamental aspects of plastic deformation. Advances in high performance computers and improvements in atom scale modeling, dislocation dynamics, and meso-scopic simulations are allowing studies at larger length and longer temporal scales. Simultaneously advances in experimental methods are producing measurements of mechanical response at increasingly smaller length scales, while improved characterization methods (using electrons, X-rays, neutrons, non-linear elastic response and acoustic emission) are providing new insights into deformation processes at atomic through to inter-granular length scales. As the mechanisms operating across these various scales are better understood and quantified adaptive, physics based constitutive laws should be possible. This symposium encompasses novel experimental and simulation methods exploring the individual or collective evolution of dislocations in metals. The topics include, but are not limited to: modeling and experimental characterization of isolated dislocations, dislocation-defect interactions, dislocation ensembles, and informed single crystal constitutive laws. Focus applications include solid solution effects, size effects, work hardening, and rate limiting behavior in single and multi-phase materials."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 45
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-689-9


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    07-6899-E
    Picture of the productPolymer Nanocomposites
    Polymer Nanocomposites
    D.K. Misra, Editor

    These papers reveal all aspects of polymer nanocomposites and include processing and structure-property relationship. Over the last decade, the utility of inorganic nanoparticles as additives to enhance polymer performance has been established and now provides numerous commercial opportunities, ranging from advanced aerospace systems to commodity plastics. Low volume additions (1-5wt%) of highly anisotropic nanoparticles, such as layered silicates or carbon nanotubes, provide property enhancements with respect to the neat polymer that are comparable to that achieved by conventional loadings (15-40wt%) of traditional fillers. In addition, unique value-added properties not normally possible with traditional fillers are also observed, such as reduced permeability, tailored biodegradability, optical clarity, self-passivation, electrical conductivity, electrostatic discharge, remote-actuated shape recovery and flammability, oxidation and ablation resistance.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 95 [9 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-623-3


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    06-6233-E
    Picture of the productProperties and Performance of High Temperature Alloys ...
    Properties and Performance of High Temperature Alloys and Coatings
    Edited by: Qiang Feng, Timothy Gabb, Doug Konitzer, Roger C. Reed, Bruce A. Pint, Sammy Tin, and Shiela A. Woodward

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Properties and Performance of High Temperature Alloys and Coatings. The original symposium description is as follows: "This symposium will provide an opportunity to review the recent progress on the design, processing, applications, testing, and behaviors of high temperature alloys, including superalloys and intermetallics, and thermal barrier coatings (TBC). Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: advances in processing, alloy development, mechanical behavior (creep and fatigue), environmental performance (oxidation and corrosion), modeling and simulation, life prediction methodologies as well as material modification and diagnostics."

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 86 [9 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-690-5


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    07-6905-E
    Picture of the productRecycling and Waste Processing (Materials Recovery from Wast
    Recycling and Waste Processing
    (Materials Recovery from Wastes, Batteries,
    and Co/Ni, Precious Metals Recovery, Other Nonferrous)
    Mark Schlesinger, Robert L. Stephens, Donald L. Steward, Ray D. Peterson, Jan H.L. van Linden, Subodh K. Das, Abdel Sema-Vasquez, Cynthia Belt, John Pickens, John Hryn, Richard Kunter, Andreas Siegmund, and Masao Suzuki, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the symposium Recycling and Waste Processing (Materials Recovery from Wastes, Batteries, and Co/Ni, Precious Metals Recovery, Other Nonferrous). The original symposium description is as follows: "The symposium will present current technology and operational practice in the collection, upgrading, thermal and chemical processing, and refining of scrap metal, engineered materials, and waste products. Symposium topics will include:
    • Scrap Collection and Sorting
    • Scrap Pretreatment
    • Recycling Economics
    • Recycled Material in Primary Smelters
    • Melting Furnace Development
    • UBC and Dross Processing
    • Recycling of Magnesium
    • Precious Metals Recycling
    • Recycling of Refractory Metals
    • Recycling of Lead
    • EAF Dust
    • Waste Materials Handling
    • Electronic Materials Recycling
    • Automotive and Transportation Recycling
    • Recycling of Low-Melting Point Metals
    • Safety and Environmental Practices
    • Recycling in the Far East
    • Recycling in Europe"


    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



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    Pages: 123 [14 Manuscripts]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-676-9


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    07-6769-E
    Picture of the productStudy Guide for Principles and Practice of Engrg (PE) Exam
    Study Guide for Principles and Practice of Engrg (PE) Exam-Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
    The TMS Professional Registration Committee

    This study guide contains 98 sample problems and solutions related to the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam, which is used to determine those candidates who are eligible for professional registration.

    The PE exam is administered by state licensure boards, which are provided the test instrument by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). NCEES is responsible for scoring the examinations.

    The exam is developed by volunteer members of the TMS Professional Registration Committee. TMS is the only materials society to have formal responsibility for providing leadership in the establishment and fulfillment of professional registration standards.

    The problems in this publication are designed to acquaint the reader with typical NCEES examinations. No representation is made or intended as to future problems, content or subject matter of any particular metallurgical or materials exam.

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    Product Format: PDF Download
    Pages: 77 pages
    Date Published: April 8, 2015
    ISBN: 978-0-69241-908-3


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    15-9083-E
    Picture of the productSurfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials II
    Surfaces and Interfaces in Nanostructured Materials II
    S.M. Mukhopadhyay, N.B. Dahotre, S. Seal, and A. Agarwal

    These proceedings cover the recent rapid expansion on different aspects of nanomaterial interfaces, such as fabrication, characterization, modification and modeling. For nanotechnology-derived structures, most of the material consists of what was traditionally known as the “outer skin” or boundary region. Therefore, interfacial phenomena are expected to dominate all properties, and modification of the surface or interface may be the most effective method of controlling these materials. Topics explored in this publication include interfacial modification and surface engineering approaches at the nanoscale; biology- and geology-derived processes and structures; chemistry and atomic bonding at interfaces; kinetics, diffusion paths and related effects; fabrication and synthesis; and multifunctional coatings at nanoscale.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 143 pages
    [14 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-626-4


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    06-6264-E
    Picture of the productThe Selected Works of John Cahn (e-Book)
    The Selected Works of John Cahn (e-Book)
    W. Craig Carter and William C. Johnson, editors

    This book represents a collection of 30 selected papers from the work of John W. Cahn. Dr. Cahn is Senior Fellow at the Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and is widely recognized as a founder of modern theory and thought in materials science. The range of his research included kinetics and mechanisms of metallurgical phase changes, surfaces, interfaces, defects, quasicrystals, thermodynamics, and other areas impacting the fundamental understanding of materials science.

    Each paper includes a 2-4 page review of the impact and historical perspective of the work. This is an important collection for students, instructors, and scientists interested in materials science.

    Text searchability limited due to scanned PDF versions being created from previously published material from a variety of sources.

    NOTE: Purchase of this product will enable you to download all of the papers shown in the Table of Contents. Simply return to this page after completing the purchase; you will see a "Use Download Privilege" button adjacent to each paper. Click it to begin download of the PDF file.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., table of contents, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

    The book can be purchased in print, on CD-ROM, or in downloadable portable document format (on a whole-volume or paper-by-paper basis).

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 559
    Date Published: September 1, 1998
    ISBN: 0-87339-416-X


    Non-member price: 125.00
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    01-416X-E
    Picture of the productTitanium Alloys for High-Temperature Applications: A Symposi
    Titanium Alloys for High-Temperature Applications: A Symposium Dedicated to the Memory of Dr. Martin Blackburn
    M.W. Peretti, D. Eylon, U. Habel, and G.C. Keijzers

    This publication presents recent developments and advancements in the use of titanium alloys at temperatures above 900 °F (480°C). Topics include Ti alloys for high temperature oxidation, burn, and/or creep resistance; Ti matrix composites for high temperature applications; Ti-based intermetallic alloys for high temperature applications; high temperature environmental coatings; processing to maximize high temperature resistance; joining technologies for high temperature alloys and applications; and applications for high temperature titanium alloys.

    A collection of papers from the 2006 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, March 12–16, 2006.

    To gain a flavor of the content of the volume, a number of supporting pages (e.g., foreword, subject index) are available for complimentary download in portable document format.

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    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 125 pages
    [11 papers, portable document format]
    Date Published: June 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-627-1


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    06-6271-E
    Picture of the productTrends in Materials and Manufacturing Technologies for Energ
    8th Global Innovations Symposium: Trends in Materials and Manufacturing Technologies for Energy Production
    Joy A. Hines, David F. Barh, and John E. Smugeresky, editors

    These papers are based on presentations prepared for the 8th Global Innovations Symposium: Trends in Materials and Manufacturing Technologies for Energy Production. The original symposium description is as follows: "This flagship MPMD symposium will focus on the latest advances and developments in materials and manufacturing technologies used for energy production. It is intended to provide the industrial and research communities a forum for the technical exchange of recent advances in all aspects of processing, fabrication, structure-property relations, evaluation, applications of advanced materials and manufacturing technologies as they relate to manufacturing. The symposium will begin with a Plenary Session of invited industry leaders sharing their views on the state of the art including projections for where materials R&D needs to go for industry to realize significant advances in energy production. Topics will include high performance materials and innovative manufacturing processes for a wide variety of applications for homeland defense and security, automotive, aerospace, aviation and ground transportation applications. Each session following the Plenary will feature an invited keynote presentation. Contributions are expected from all technical committees in MPMD. "

    A collection of papers from the 2007 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Orlando, Florida, February 25–March 1, 2007.



    Publisher: TMS
    Product Format: e-Book
    Pages: 73 [8 papers]
    Date Published: May 1, 2007
    ISBN: 978-0-87339-677-6


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