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4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
COMPETITIVE MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY PROCESSES

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, October 3-7, 2016. Hungary,

 
 
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SESSION 8: Materials with Extreme Dynamic Strength


Significant volume of materials is working in mechanical environments like high frequency vibration under normal and high temperature or high speed heavy impulse collisions and shock waves. To resist and withstand to high speed dynamic hits and collisions or to high energy shock waves require new scientific approaches and engineering decisions in development of new materials with peculiar phase-transformations, crystalline, nano- and microstructures.  Among the major fields of interest are materials with extreme dynamic strength, mechanical and thermo-mechanical properties, including their tests and measurement. Applications of materials with extreme dynamic strength are encountered in sectors like nuclear energy, machine, space, aerospace, marine and automotive industry. Structural materials of thermal and thermonuclear energy stations and armor materials for safety and security of human bodies or flying objects and transport equipment are of particular interests.

The aims of this session are bring together scientists, researchers, PhD students and engineers to discuss about the new achievements and key areas in development and applications of materials with extreme dynamic strength.

 

Session Chair

 

Prof. Dr. László A. GÖMZE

University of Miskolc

Miskolc, H-3515  Hungary, Tel.: +36 307 462 714

E-mail: femgomze@uni-miskolc.hu

 

Prof. Marvin A. ZOCHER

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos, NM, USA

E-mail: zocher@lanl.gov

 

Session Topics

 

This session is focusing but not limited on the following topics:

Materials under high energy high frequency vibrations

Materials to protect high energy high frequency vibrations

Crack propagation and fracture in materials under repetitive high speed collisions

Materials to protect high speed collisions and hits

Materials under shock waves

Fatigue, heating, phase-transformation in materials under high speed collisions and shock waves

Materials to save and secure flying objects and transport equipment

Materials to save and secure human bodies

Ceramics, metals, polymers, composites and hybrid materials with extreme dynamic strength

 

Modeling, applications, testing and characterization of materials with extreme dynamic strength

 
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