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NACE Corrosion 2019
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8th International Congress of Information and Communication Technology, ICICT 2019

Research and Themes

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Amorphous & Crystalline Materials
  • Nanomaterials & Nanocomposites
  • Electronic & Magnetic Materials
  • Bio-Materials
  • Materials synthesis, characterization & applications
  • Water Technologies
  • Geo-Informatics and Bio-informatics
  • Building Materials
  • Data mining,Databases and Warehousing
  • Software Engineering,Testing and Reliability
  • Power Systems and Alternate Energy Resources
  • ASIC Design and Embedded Systems
  • Automation,Control Systems and Mechatronics
  • Wireless,Mobile and Sencor Networks
  • Electronics Devices,Circuits,Systems and MEMS
  • Theoritical Mathematical Sciences
  • Applied Mathematics, Data sciences
  • Pure Mathematics and Statistics

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8th International Congress of Information and Communication Technology, ICICT 2019

Research and Themes

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Amorphous & Crystalline Materials
  • Nanomaterials & Nanocomposites
  • Electronic & Magnetic Materials
  • Bio-Materials
  • Materials synthesis, characterization & applications
  • Water Technologies
  • Geo-Informatics and Bio-informatics
  • Building Materials
  • Data mining,Databases and Warehousing
  • Software Engineering,Testing and Reliability
  • Power Systems and Alternate Energy Resources
  • ASIC Design and Embedded Systems
  • Automation,Control Systems and Mechatronics
  • Wireless,Mobile and Sencor Networks
  • Electronics Devices,Circuits,Systems and MEMS
  • Theoritical Mathematical Sciences
  • Applied Mathematics, Data sciences
  • Pure Mathematics and Statistics

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Rapid analysis of inclusions in steel with advanced Scanning Electron Microscopy and Optical Emission Spectroscopy

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Steel producers are concerned with inclusions that are present during the steel making process because these inclusions can significantly compromise the product quality and productivity of their process. Inclusion contamination in steel such as spinel, alumina, and slag impact product quality and productivity, ultimately resulting in lost revenue and time. Seldom does a single small inclusion pose a problem, but the agglomeration of inclusions is directly linked to downgraded product.

In this webinar, researchers from ArcelorMittal in Gent will present how they use SEM/EDX technology for the automated analysis of >1500 steelmaking samples per year, allowing them to more efficiently and effectively control their process and reduce defects. On a similar track, ArcelorMittal also uses OES technology to quantify a variety of inclusion types in seconds. The combination of both instruments offers great possibility for faster and more accurate control of non-metallic inclusions, and to solve or prevent cost and quality problems caused by inclusions in steel.

Benefits of attendance/Reasons to join the webinar:

·         Find out how to rapidly assess steel cleanliness based on quantity, morphology, and chemical composition of non-metallic inclusions

·         Hear from expert speakers how to make quality control decisions faster and more economically than ever before, all in your lab or directly on the production floor

·         Participate in a live question and answer session with expert speakers from ArcelorMittal and Thermo Fisher Scientific

Speakers:

Frank Medina-Diaz, Team Manager of Research and Defectology: Frank Medina-Diaz is the team manager of research and development at ArcelorMittal Gent.  He has been with ArcelorMittal since 2000 where he focuses on failure analysis and process performance optimization with an emphasis on non-metallic inclusions.  He holds a PhD in Metallurgy from the University of Gent (Belgium) and has also worked for the non-ferrous metals sector as a post-doctoral fellow.

Roger Maddalena, Business Development Manager for steel at Thermo Fisher Scientific: Roger Maddalena is the business development manager for steel at Thermo Fisher Scientific.  He has studied steel refining and continuous casting for over twenty years.  Recent areas of interest include slag/metal/refractory interactions and the relationship between non-metallic inclusions and stopper rod erosion or submerged nozzle clogging.  He holds an MS in Materials Science and Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (USA).

Moderator:

Joe d’Angelo, Executive Publisher, Materials Today

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International Conference on Recent Trends in Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental and Engineering Applications (ICONEEEA-2K19)

International Conference on Recent Trends in Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental and Engineering Applications provides an international platform to share unmeasurable knowledge among young researchers, academic individuals, students and industrial delegates that will result in development of the personal skills and the nation through delightful knowledge sharing. The conference will feature invited talks from eminent personalities all around the world and also students and young researchers will have a unique chance to be acquainted with the latest innovative ideas.

Organizer: K.Ramakrishnan College of TechnologyInternational

Journal: Materials Today

Conference: International Conference on Recent Trends in Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental and Engineering Applications (ICONEEEA-2K19)

Manuscript submission date: on or before the 30th June 2019

http://iconeeea.krct.ac.in

MECSPE
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LNG 2019
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North American Pultrusion Conference
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China International Automobile Manufacturing Exposition 2019
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SAE 2019 World Congress & Exhibition
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SEA-ASIA 2019
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How mechanical properties of polymers change with temperature

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The room temperature modulus is often the only value given to describe the mechanical property of a polymer material. But the temperature dependence of the mechanical performance of polymer materials is significantly different to that of other materials such as metals or ceramics and is vital information for many everyday applications of polymers.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • how mechanical properties of polymers change with temperature and why the underlying effects are most significant for polymer application
  • the basic principles of dynamic mechanical analysis and how it is used to explore the thermal dependence of modulus and damping
  • how to take an advanced view on dynamic mechanical properties and how they are equally related to both temperature and frequency and what knowledge can be drawn from that
  • how nonlinear deformations influence the mechanical behaviour of a polymer material. 

Speakers:

Dr. Tobias Pflock: Dr. Pflock studied Physics in Bayreuth and joined Netzsch-Gerätebau in 2011. Until 2015 he was responsible for application support on dynamic mechanical analysis. Since 2015, he is manager of the business field Polymer, where he is in charge of the strategic marketing of all thermoanalytical methods of the NETZSCH portfolio that are related to polymer applications.

Professor Tim. A. Osswald: Tim Osswald is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Polymer Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Professor Osswald teaches polymer and polymer composites processing and designing with polymers and polymer composites and researches in the same areas, in particular in the area of fiber orientation, fiber density and fiber length distributions

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Graphene & 2D Materials Europe 2019
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Composites in Construction
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Wear of Materials 2019

Wear of Materials 2019

The 22nd International Conference on Wear of Materials, will take place in Miami, Florida, USA from the 14-18 April 2019.
The conference will focus on advances in the understanding of both the fundamental and applied aspects of wear and friction of materials and will provide a progressive international forum for researchers and practicing engineers from different disciplines to interact and exchange their latest understandings. The conference is also unique for its paper submission process with full peer review in collaboration with the Elsevier journal Wear to ensure technical quality of presentations.

Special sessions will concentrate on engine tribology, wear of tools and tooling materials, friction and wear under vibratory contact, marine applications, role of third bodies during wear, and surface texturing for wear reduction.

Conference Topics:

  • Sliding Wear
  • Fretting Wear
  • Impact Wear
  • Abrasive Wear
  • Elevated Temperature Wear
  • Lubricated Wear
  • Coatings
  • Wheel/Rail Contact
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Biotribology – hard materials
  • Biotribology – soft materials
  • Polymers and PMCs
  • Ceramics and CMCs
  • Metals and MMCs
  • Erosion and Erosion-Corrosion
  • Wear Testing and Monitoring
  • Friction Materials including Brakes
  • Tribocorrosion
  • Wear of Tools and Tooling Materials
  • Role of Third Bodies during Wear
  • Surface Texturing
  • Marine Applications
  • Friction and Wear under Vibratory Contact
  • Engine Tribology
  • Renewable Energy Applications
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World Nanotechnology Conference
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35th Space Symposium
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Global Space Congress 2019
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2019 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

Time and time again, "multidisciplinary" research is touted as essential to innovation. That is why, from April 22-26, 2019, researchers working in seemingly unrelated fields will gather in Phoenix, Arizona, to promote, share and discuss issues and developments across disciplines.

The 2019 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit is the key forum to present research to an interdisciplinary and international audience. It provides a window on the future of materials science, and offers an opportunity for researchers—from students and postdoctoral fellows, to Nobel and Kavli Prize Laureates—to exchange technical information and network with colleagues.

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Composite-Expo 2019
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