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FEBRUARY 13-17 · 2005 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
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Downstream Metals Processing Overview

SYMPOSIUM: Friction Stir Welding and Processing III
This conference will highlight recent advances in friction stir welding and processing.

SYMPOSIUM: Frontiers in Solidification Science
This symposium 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. Several contributed abstracts will be selected for oral presentation. Others will be selected for poster presentations. All posters will be presented at a formal poster session/reception, which will be held Monday evening before the Solidification Committee meeting.

SYMPOSIUM: Shape Casting — The John Campbell Symposium
PROCEEDINGS: Shape Casting of Metals
An international three day symposium is being held to recognize Prof. John Campbell’s many years of service to the field of shape castings. The symposium will celebrate his exceptionally productive career and contributions as a researcher, friend, and mentor. Highlights of the event will include:

  • A comprehensive technical program, focusing on the contributions of Prof. Campbell, such as his 10-Rules for high quality castings, gating system design, process modeling, and structureprocess-property relationships.
  • An in-depth exploration of the latest casting innovations in quality, reliability, and process design - Presentations by researchers from around the world on leading-edge casting technologies.

SYMPOSIUM: The Langdon Symposium: Flow and Forming of Crystalline Materials
This symposium is designed to honor Prof. Terence G. Langdon on the occasion of his 65th birthday, by bringing together many of his former students, research colleagues, friends, and all interested in a symposium devoted to his research interests over the past 40 years. It will have three inter-related thrust areas associated with flow and forming:

  • Creep (including the creep behavior of metals, ceramics and composites; creep mechanisms; the role of grain boundary sliding; microstructures in creep).
  • Superplasticity (including mechanisms of flow; factors infl uencing ductility; the role of cavitation; superplastic forming; industrial applications).
  • Severe plastic deformation - SPD (including equal-channel angular pressing and other SPD techniques; microstructural development; mechanical properties and superplastic flow after SPD; mechanisms associated with SPD processing).

SYMPOSIUM: Recycling - General Sessions
PROCEEDINGS:
Light Metals 2005 and EPD Congress 2005
Sessions will cover innovative research work, advances in ongoing research, and general industrial practices from recycling of materials. Reports of work in other fields, including optimization of physical, aqueous, and thermal processing of scraps and waste; environmental and economic impacts; material selection and design based on recyclability; life-cycle analysis of materials; properties; and applications of recovered materials are welcomed.


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