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TMS- 2015 CALL FOR ABSTRACT (Symposium on HIGH TEMPERATURE SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE)

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HIGH
TEMPERATURE SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE

 

TMS Division: Functional Material Division (FMD
formerly known as EMPMD)

FMD sub-committee: Energy Conversion and Storage

 

Organizers:

1.      Amit
Pandey, Rolls Royce LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc.,
amit.pandey@lgfcs.com. dramitpandey@gmail.com (prefer)

2.      Kyle
Brinkman, Clemson University,
ksbrink@clemson.edu

3.      Paul
Ohodnicki, National Energy Technology Laboratory,
Paul.Ohodnicki@netl.doe.gov

4.      Amit
Shyam, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
shyama@ornl.gov

5.      Jung Pyung Choi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, jungpyung.choi@pnnl.gov

 
Scope:
Functional ceramic materials play an essential role in a number of energy
storage and conversion systems including

1.      Solid
oxide fuel cells (SOFC),

2.      High
temperature batteries,

3.      Membrane
Separation Materials, Processes and Systems (H2, O2, CO2)

4.      General
characterizations of ceramic materials (electrical, thermal, microstructural
and chemical)

5.      High
temperature electrolysis cells.

6.      Thermal
barrier Coatings, and

7.      Combustion
and control sensors.

8.      Nanomaterial
for high temperature applications.

 

Themes:
These symposium topics include, but not limited to, experiments and modeling of
the above mentioned systems including,

1.      Multiscale
modelling and experiments (including in-situ)
at various length scale.

2.      Thermal-Chemical-mechanical
stresses/expansion

3.      Study
of thermo-mechanical degradation mechanisms.

4.      Effect
of microstructure evolution on the properties and efficiency.

5.      Role
of grain boundary density, grain size, orientation and grain growth.

6.      Advances
in the characterization and modeling techniques.

7.      Reliability
and durability of component and sub-systems.

 

The intent is to provide a forum for researchers
from national laboratories, universities, and industry to discuss current
understanding of materials science issues in high temperature processes, and
accelerate the development and acceptance of innovative materials and test
techniques for clean energy technology.

 

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deadlline for abstract submission is July 1st.

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