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Proceedings of the TMS Middle East - Mediterranean Materials Congress on Energy and Infrastructure Systems (MEMA 2015)

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XVI, 543 Seiten
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This is a collection of papers presented at The TMS Middle East - Mediterranean Materials Congress on Energy and Infrastructure Systems (MEMA 2015), a conference organized by The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) and held in Doha, Qatar. The event focused on new materials research and development in applications of interest for Qatar and the entire Middle East and Mediterranean region.

The papers in this collection are divided into five sections: (1) Sustainable Infrastructure Materials; (2) Computational Materials Design; (3) Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage; (4) Lightweight and High Performance Materials; and (5) Materials for Energy Extraction and Storage: Shape Memory Alloys.
1st ed. 2015
Springer International Publishing
XVI, 543 p.
Dateigröße: 78,18 MB
978-3-319-48766-3 (9783319487663)
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The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) is a member-driven international professional society dedicated to fostering the exchange of learning and ideas across the entire range of materials science and engineering, from minerals processing and primary metals production, to basic research and the advanced applications of materials. Included among its nearly 13,000 professional and student members are metallurgical and materials engineers, scientists, researchers, educators, and administrators from more than 70 countries on six continents. For more information on TMS, visit
1 - Cover [Seite 1]
2 - Title Page [Seite 3]
3 - Copyright Page [Seite 4]
4 - Table of Contents [Seite 5]
5 - Preface [Seite 9]
6 - Editors/Organizers [Seite 11]
7 - Acknowledgments [Seite 13]
8 - MEMA Organizers [Seite 14]
9 - Sustainable Infrastructure Materials [Seite 16]
9.1 - Corrosion Challenges for the Oil and Gas Industry in the State of Qatar [Seite 17]
9.2 - Utilising Fine and Coarse Recycled Aggregates from the Gulf Region in Concrete [Seite 27]
9.3 - Finite Element Simulation of the Response of No-Tension Materials [Seite 38]
9.4 - Investigation and Modeling of the Fatigue Damage in Natural Fiber Composites [Seite 48]
9.5 - Improving Asphalt Mixtures Performance by Mitigating Oxidation Using Anti-Oxidants Additives [Seite 58]
9.6 - Effect of Warm Mix Asphalt on Aging of Asphalt Binders [Seite 68]
9.7 - An Innovative Concept for Testing Rutting Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixture [Seite 78]
9.8 - Evaluation of Asphalt Mixes Workability and Compactability Using Laboratory and Accelerated Field Testing [Seite 90]
9.9 - Effect of Electroless Ni-Co-P and Co-P Coatings on Cavitation Erosion Resistance [Seite 100]
9.10 - Influence of Joining Time on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of TLP-Joined IN-738LC to GTD-111 [Seite 111]
9.11 - Direct Observation of Effects of Foam Density, Gating Design and Pouring Temperature on Mold Filling Process in Lost Foam Casting of A356 Alloy [Seite 122]
9.12 - Control of Grain Refinement of A356 Aluminum Alloy by Computer Aided Cooling Curve Analysis [Seite 132]
9.13 - Pulsed Electrodeposition of Ni with Uniform Co-Deposition of Micron Sized Diamond Particles on Copper Substrate [Seite 140]
10 - Materials for Energy Extraction and Storage: Shape Memory Alloys [Seite 148]
10.1 - The Turnable Microstructure and Its Influence on the Giant Magnetocaloric Effect in Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys [Seite 149]
10.2 - Studies of Magnetic Properties of Ni-Mn-In-Co Heusler-Type Glass-Coated Microwires [Seite 158]
10.3 - Optimization of Soft Magnetic Properties in Nanocrystalline Glass-Coated Microwires [Seite 165]
10.4 - On the Fracture Response of Shape Memory Alloy Actuators [Seite 173]
10.5 - Development of SMA Actuated Morphing Airfoil for Wind Turbine Load Alleviation [Seite 189]
10.6 - Identification of Model Parameter for the Simulation of SMA Structures Using Full Field Measurements [Seite 199]
10.7 - Comparison of the Work Output Values of Gradually Changing Porosity Samples and the Samples with Single Percent Porosity Level [Seite 209]
10.8 - Phenomenological Model for Phase Transformation Characteristics of Textured Shape Memory Alloys [Seite 219]
11 - Lightweight and High Performance Materials [Seite 231]
11.1 - Microstructural Design of Mg Alloys for Lightweight Structural Applications [Seite 232]
11.2 - The Effect of Tool Geometry on Material Mixing during Friction Stir Welding (FSW) of Magnesium AZ31B Welds [Seite 241]
11.3 - Damage Mechanisms at Various Strain Rates and Temperatures in AZ31B Magnesium Alloy [Seite 249]
11.4 - Hybrid Aluminum and Natural Fiber Composite Structure for Crash Safety Improvement [Seite 254]
11.5 - Mechanical Response and Evolution of Damage of Al6061-T6 under Different Strain Rates and Temperatures [Seite 264]
11.6 - Adhesion Improvement between Polyethylene and Aluminum Using Eco-Friendly Plasma Treatment [Seite 271]
11.7 - Effect of Re Elements on the Sorption Properties of Nanocrystalline Zr-Co Getters Prepared by Mechanical Alloying [Seite 276]
11.8 - Principles of Improvement the Energy Efficiency in Pyrometallurgy of Copper: Utilization the Secondary Heat Energy of Intermediate Products [Seite 286]
12 - Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage [Seite 296]
12.1 - Numerical Modeling of Cathode Contact Material Densification [Seite 297]
12.2 - Perovskites of Type LaBO3 Prepared by the Microwave-Assisted Method for Oxygen Production [Seite 308]
12.3 - Electrochemical Deposition of High Purity Silicon from Molten Salts [Seite 319]
12.4 - Cationic (V, Y)-codoped TiO2 with Enhanced Visible Light Induced Photocatalytic Activity for Photoelectrochemical Applications [Seite 325]
12.5 - Numerical Optimization of Lead Free Perovskite Solar Cell [Seite 334]
12.6 - Computational Assessment of the Performance of Lead Halide Perovskite Solar Cells Using Inorganic Layers as Hole Transport Materials [Seite 338]
12.7 - Electrode Materials Based on Phosphates for Lithium Ion Batteries as an Efficient Energy Storage System [Seite 342]
12.8 - Interfacial Stresses and Degradation of Oxide Scale and Substrate Interface at High Temperature [Seite 349]
12.9 - Nanomaterials-Based Ultracapacitor for Power Integrated Circuits [Seite 354]
12.10 - A Multi-Scale Based Model for Composite Materials with Embedded PZT Filaments for Energy Harvesting [Seite 358]
12.11 - Methane Production from Carbon Dioxide and Increasing Energy Return of Investment (EROI) in Shale Oil [Seite 377]
12.12 - Storage and Release of Thermal Energy of Phase Change Materials Based on Linear Low Density of Polyethylene, Parafin Wax and Expanded Graphite Applicable in Building Industry [Seite 390]
13 - Computational Materials Design [Seite 398]
13.1 - Calculation of Electronic Structure and Field Induced Magnetic Collapse in Ferroic Materials [Seite 399]
13.2 - Strong Stacking between Organic and Organometallic Molecules as the Key for Material Design [Seite 403]
13.3 - A Biomimetic-Computational Approach to Optimizing the Quantum Efficiency of Photovoltaics [Seite 408]
13.4 - Stability and Mechanical Properties of {AxA?(1-x)}{ByB?(1-y)}O3 Ceramics [Seite 416]
13.5 - Tailoring Thermal Conductivity of Ge/Si Core-Shell Nanowires [Seite 426]
13.6 - Thermal Analysis of Solar Panels [Seite 434]
13.7 - Micromechanical Fatigue Visco-Damage Model for Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyamide-66 [Seite 444]
13.8 - Alloy Design Strategies through Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics Approaches [Seite 453]
13.9 - C-Axis Compression of Magnesium Single Crystals: Multi-Scale Dislocation Dynamics Analyses [Seite 463]
13.10 - Multiscale Modeling of Discontinuous Precipitation in U-Nb [Seite 473]
13.11 - Thermo-Mechanical Description of AISI4140 Steel at Elevated Temperatures [Seite 483]
13.12 - Analysis of Thermo-Mechanical Rigidity of Continuously Cast Steel Slabs [Seite 492]
13.13 - Simulation of Solidification, Relaxation and Long-Term Behavior of a Borosilicate Glass [Seite 502]
13.14 - A Durability Analysis of Super-Quiet Pavement Structures [Seite 511]
13.15 - Predictive Modeling for Sustainable Energy Solutions [Seite 521]
14 - Author Index [Seite 528]
15 - Subject Index [Seite 530]

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