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PROGRAM
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ABSTRACTS
L’Impérial Palace • Annecy, France • June 29-July 2
Sponsored by:
The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society
and the TMS Advanced Characterization,
Testing and Simulation Committee
Corporate Sponsors:
www.tms.org/3DMS2014
www.tms.org/3DMS2014
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The 2nd International Congress on 3D Materials Science 2014
8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
8:45 a.m. to 9:55 a.m.
8:45 a.m. to 9:55 a.m.
9:55 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
10:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
12:10 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 3:10 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 3:10 p.m.
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
3:10 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Session: Keynote
Exhibition Set-up
Session 1: Diffraction and Related
Techniques I
Session 2: Acquisition and Handling of
3D Data I
Break
Session 3: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Characterization
and Simulation I
Session 4: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Deformation and
Damage I
Lunch
Session 5: Acquisition and Handling of
3D Data II
Session 6: New Experimental
Techniques I
Exhibition
Poster Viewing and Reception
Session 7: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Characterization
and Simulation II
Session 8: Analysis at the Nanoscale I
7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.
8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
8:45 a.m. to 9:55 a.m.
8:45 a.m. to 9:55 a.m.
Registration
Session: Keynote
Exhibition
Session 9: Diffraction and Related
Techniques II
Session 10: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Deformation and
Damage II
Tuesday, July 1
7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Registration
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
On Your Own
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closing Session and Panel Discussion
3:10 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Exhibition Dismantle
Break
2:00 p.m. to 3:10 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 2:50 p.m.
Session 22: Diffraction and Related
Techniques IV
12:10 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
Session 20: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Characterization
and Simulation V
Session 21: Acquisition and Handling
of 3D Data III
10:00 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
Session 19: Analysis at the Nanoscale
II
Lunch
9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Break
8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Session 17: New Experimental
Techniques II
8:00 a.m. to 9:10 a.m.
8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Exhibition
Session 18: Analysis at the Atomic
Scale
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
4:10 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
4:10 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
3:50 p.m. to 4:10 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 3:50 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
12:10 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Registration
Wednesday, July 2
Dinner Cruise
Session 16: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Characterization
and Simulation IV
Session 15: Dynamic Processes II
Break
Session 14: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Characterization
and Simulation III
Session 13: Dynamic Processes I
Lunch
10:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
Session 12: Microstructure/Property
Relationship in 3D: Deformation and
Damage III
Monday, June 30
10:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
Session 11: Diffraction and Related
Techniques III
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Registration
Salon Brasserie du Parc
9:55 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Break
Sunday, June 29
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
On Your Own
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Lake Annecy
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
On Your Own
Salle Verdi
Salle de l’Europe
Salle de l’Europe Foyer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WELCOME MESSAGE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ABOUT THE CONGRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REGISTRATION HOURS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXHIBITORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SPONSORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POLICIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NETWORKING & SOCIAL EVENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ABOUT THE VENUE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TECHNICAL PROGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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WELCOME MESSAGE
Welcome to the
2nd International Congress on
3D Materials Science!
On behalf of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) and the congress organizers, I am pleased to
welcome you to this European edition of a congress initiated in 2012 in the U.S. The field of 3D materials science
encompasses a broad range of research topics, and we have assembled experts in 3D data collection and
analysis, image and data processing, modelling, and simulation to exchange ideas, share new techniques
and results, and move the field forward through collaborative efforts. I hope you will take every opportunity
during these three days to discover the latest breakthroughs, learn about recent results, engage in the active
exchange of ideas, and network with your fellow scientists, engineers, managers, and students.
We look forward to an exciting meeting of dynamic discussions, outstanding speakers, and an interactive
poster session, and we thank you for your participation in 3DMS 2014!
Warmest regards on behalf of the 3DMS 2014 Organizing Committee,
Jean-Yves Buffiere, INSA-Lyon
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Organizing Committee:
• Jean-Yves Buffiere, INSA-Lyon, France
• Dominique Bernard, Institute of Condensed Matter
Chemistry of Bordeaux, France
• Tresa Pollock, University of California Santa Barbara,
USA
• Henning Friis Poulsen, Technical University of
Denmark, Denmark
• Anthony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
• Michael Uchic, U.S. Air Force Research Lab, USA
International Advisory Committee:
• Cnudde Veerle, Ghent University, Belgium
• Luc Salvo, INP Grenoble, France
• Greg Rohrer, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
• Robert Suter, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
• Dorte Juul Jensen, DTU Riso Campus, Denmark
• Javier Llorca, IMDEA, Spain
• Ricardo Lebensohn, Los Alamos National Laboratory,
USA
• Hiroyuki Toda, Kyushu University, Japan
• Qing Liu, Chongqing University, China
• Milo Kral, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
• Simon Ringer, The University of Sydney, Australia
• Dierk Rabbe, Max-Planck-Institute, Germany
• Steve Hall, Lund University, Sweden
• Hamish Fraser, Ohio State University, USA
• Ulrich Lienert, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron,
Germany
• Eric Maire, INSA, France
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ABOUT THE CONGRESS
EXHIBITORS
TMS would like to thank the Exhibitors and Sponsors on
the following pages for their gracious support of the event.
REGISTRATION
Your full congress registration includes one copy of the
proceedings disk. Your badge ensures admission to each
of these events:
• Technical and Poster Sessions
•Exhibition
• Sunday Welcome Reception
• Monday Poster Reception
• Tuesday Dinner Cruise
REGISTRATION HOURS
The registration desk will be located in the Salle de l’Europe
Foyer.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
TECHNICAL SESSIONS
All oral presentations will be held in Salle de l’Europe or
Salle Verdi of L’Impérial Palace. All poster presentations will
be held in the Salle de l’Europe Foyer. See the Technical
Program section on pages 8-15 for room locations.
PROCEEDINGS
Full congress registrants receive one copy of the
proceedings as part of the registration fee. Additional
copies may be purchased for $89.95 at www.wiley.com
(TMS members receive a 35% discount). Approximately six
weeks after the meeting, individual papers will be available
through the Wiley Online Library: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.
com.
EXHIBIT
CAMECA
CAMECA® is a world leader of high performance
SIMS, EPMA & Atom Probe instrumentation for product
development, quality monitoring, and materials research. Our
instruments measure elemental and isotopic composition
down to atomic resolution and equip the most prestigious
government and university labs as well as leading high-tech
industrial companies, supporting breakthrough research
in novel materials and nanotechnologies. CAMECA is
part of the AMETEK Materials Analysis Division, and is
headquartered near Paris, France with locations in Brazil,
China, India, Germany, Japan, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, and
USA.
Maney Publishing
Maney Publishing focuses on the publication and
international dissemination of high quality, peer-reviewed
scientific research. We deliver a personalized service to
authors, societies, readers and libraries. Maney publish
a collection of highly regarded, peer-reviewed journals
covering niche and general topics in materials research,
mineral resources, physical metallurgy, surface engineering,
geotechnical engineering, water science and technology
and transportation. Ranging from fundamental research
to materials for electronics, energy and biomedicine, to
fabrication, processing and characterisation, properties
and performance. Specializing in print and electronic
journal publishing, Maney is committed to technical and
editorial innovation combined with traditional values of
quality and collaboration.
Simpleware
Simpleware provides world-leading software solutions
EXHIBITION HOURS
The exhibition will be located in the Salle de l’Europe Foyer. for converting 3D image data (MRI, CT…) into
computational models used for Finite Element Analysis
(FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), CAD and
Monday
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 3D printing. The software includes an extensive range
Tuesday
8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. of image visualisation, analysis and processing options
Wednesday
8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for generating simulation-ready models for a wide range
Monday set-up
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
of applications. Simpleware software is used for image
Wednesday dismantle After 3:30 p.m. break
processing and model generation tasks across the Life
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ABOUT THE CONGRESS
and Material Sciences, with applications to orthopaedics,
digital rock physics, composites and many more fields.
Compared to other software, Simpleware provides the
most efficient route from scan data to simulation-ready 3D
models.
GOLD SPONSOR
Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy, Inc.
ZEISS expanded its Microscopy business, the only
manufacturer of light, electron and X-ray microscopes,
by acquiring US-based Xradia. X-ray microscopy (XRM)
provides non-destructive, three-dimensional imaging
of diverse samples in premier research laboratories
worldwide. We offer unique solutions for research and
industry in materials and life sciences, natural resources,
electronics, and other industrial sectors. ZEISS XRM
solutions deliver resolution down to 50 nm, superior
contrast and groundbreaking 4D/in situ imaging for a wide
variety of samples and applications.
BRONZE SPONSORS
FEI Visualization Sciences Group
FEI Visualization Sciences Group is exhibiting at 3DMS
2014 to present the latest version of Avizo. Avizo is the
advanced 3D visualization and analysis software application
for exploring materials science data from tomography,
microscopy, MRI, and more techniques. From straight
forward visualization and measurement to advanced
image processing, quantification and skeletonization,
Avizo provides a comprehensive, multimodality digital
lab for advanced 2D and 3D visualization, materials
characterization, 3D model generation, simulation, and
calculation of physical properties. Avizo delivers the whole
feature set allowing scientists to explore, understand and
present their data.
Learn more at AVIZO3D.COM.
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RoboMet.3D® is a fully automated, serial sectioning system
that generates two-dimensional data for three-dimensional
reconstruction. With sectioning rates up to 100 times faster
than manual sectioning, Robo-Met.3D collects data in a
matter of hours, not months. Robo-Met.3D enables more
time for data analysis and characterization and ensures
repeatable and accurate data is collected in an efficient
and cost-effective manner. UES, Inc. is an innovative
science and technology company that provides its industry
and government customers with superior research and
development expertise. We create products and services
from our technology breakthroughs and successfully
commercialize them.
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POLICIES
BADGES
All attendees must wear registration badges at all times
during the congress to ensure admission to events
included in the paid registration fee such as technical
sessions, exhibition and receptions.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
REFUNDS
The federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
prohibits discrimination against, and promotes
public accessibility for, those with disabilities. In
support of, and in compliance with ADA, we ask those
requiring specific equipment or services to contact TMS
Meeting Services at mtgserv@tms.org in advance.
PHOTOGRAPHY NOTICE
CELL PHONE USE
The deadline for all refunds was June 6, 2014. No refunds
will be issued at the congress. Fees and tickets are
nonrefundable.
By registering for this congress, all attendees acknowledge
that they may be photographed by meeting personnel
while at events and that those photos may be used for
promotional purposes.
In consideration of attendees and presenters, we kindly
request that you minimize disturbances by setting all cell
phones and other devices on “silent” while in meeting
rooms.
RECYCLING
AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDING POLICY
Recording of sessions (audio, video, still photography,
etc.) intended for personal use, distribution, publication,
or copyright without the express written consent of TMS
and the individual authors is strictly prohibited.
At the end of the meeting, discard badges and programs
in the bins located in the Registration area.
Be materials-minded.
Join TMS in reducing, reusing and recycling.
The moment exploration
becomes discovery.
This is the moment
we work for.
Study the microstructural evolution of your unique
materials. Quantify the impact of stress under variable
conditions and over time with non-destructive 3D X-ray
microscopy. ZEISS: the only provider of light, X-ray,
electron and helium ion microscopes. Facilitating
your multi-lengthscale discovery process.
// DISCOVERY
MADE BY ZEISS
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NETWORKING & SOCIAL EVENTS
WELCOME RECEPTION
The Welcome Reception will be held on Sunday, June 29
from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Salon Brasserie du Parc.
POSTER VIEWING AND RECEPTION
Poster viewing and a reception are planned for Monday,
June 30 from 3:10 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. following the technical
sessions in Salle de l’Europe Foyer. Don’t miss this great
networking opportunity!
Near Geneva, L’Impérial Palace-Annecy is a
charming hotel in the heart of the French Alps.
This French palace hotel is located on the shore
of the purest lake in Europe and offers luxury
rooms, restaurants, a casino, and a conference
center. For more information, visit www.hotelimperial-palace.com.
DINNER CRUISE
The dinner cruise on Lake Annecy will be held on Tuesday,
July 1 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. After the boat completes
its tour of the lake, it will return to the town center. The boat
remains in the quay so the guests can enjoy an evening of
dancing (until 12:30 a.m.). Cruise participants should plan
to meet in front of the hotel at 7:15 p.m. to walk to the town
center (20 minute walk).
ABOUT THE VENUE
Annecy is located in southeastern France, in the
French Alps, and lies on the northern tip of Lake
Annecy, 22 miles (35 km) south of Geneva. You
can reach Annecy by air, train, or car. For more
travel information, visit www.tms.org/3DMS2014
then click on Housing and Travel.
TRANSPORT INSIDE ANNECY
• The most convenient way to travel in Annecy
is by bus, SIBRA Company.
• The most useful line is line number 2 that
connects the Railway station to Imperial
Palace (bus stop name: Imperial).
• There is one bus every 10 minutes:
Approximate / price: 1,2 € one way.
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MONDAY AM
Keynote
Monday AM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:00 AM Keynote
Correlative 3D Imaging Across Time and Length Scales: Philip Withers1;
Timothy Burnett1; 1University of Manchester
8:30 AM Question and Answer Period
Session 1: Diffraction and Related Techniques I
Monday AM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:45 AM Invited
3D Mapping of Polycrystalline Materials by X-ray Diffraction Imaging
Techniques: Wolfgang Ludwig1; Andrew King2; Peter Reischig2; Laura
Nervo2; Nicola Vigano2; Nicolas Gueninchault3; Henry Proudhon3; Yoann
Guilhem2; 1Université de Lyon; 2ESRF; 3Mines Paristech
9:15 AM
Status Report on HEDM at the APS: Measurements and Analysis in 3D:
Robert Suter1; 1Carnegie Mellon University
Session 3: Microstructure/Property Relationship in
3D: Characterization and Simulation I
Monday AM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
10:30 AM
Challenges for Focused Ion Beam Analysis of Three Dimensional
Microstructures in WC-Co Hardmetals: Ken Mingard1; Helen Jones1;
Bartlomiej Winiarski1; Mark Gee1; Ali Gholinia2; 1National Physical
Laboratory; 2University of Manchester
10:50 AM
3D Structure of Abrasion Damage to WC/Co Hardmetals: Mark Gee1;
Helen Jones1; Andrew Gant1; John Nunn1; Ken Mingard1; 1National Physical
Laboratory
11:10 AM
Characterization by 3D SEM/FIB Tomography of Cracks and Damage
in Hardmetals: Emilio Jimenez Pique1; Jose Maria Tarrago1; Miquel TuronViñas1; Gemma Fargas1; Ihsan Al-Dawery2; Ludwig Schneider2; Luis Llanes1;
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Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; 2Sandvik Hard Materials
11:30 AM
Geometric and Mechanical Modeling of Fiber-Reinforced Composites:
Heiko Andrä1; Martin Gurka2; Matthias Kabel1; Sebastian Nissle2; Claudia
Redenbach3; Katja Schladitz1; Oliver Wirjadi1; 1Fraunhofer ITWM; 2Institut
für Verbundwerkstoffe IVW; 3TU Kaiserslautern
9:35 AM
Identification of the Onset of the Common Tensile Twinning Mode
in Titanium Alloys using Neutron Diffraction and X-ray Diffraction
Contrast Tomography Techniques: Laura Nervo1; Andrew King2; Arnas
Fitzner3; Joao Quinta da Fonseca3; Michael Preuss3; Wolfgang Ludwig4;
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ESRF & University of Manchester; 2Synchrotron SOLEIL; 3University of
Manchester; 4INSA LYON
11:50 AM
3D Image Segmentation and Cylinder Recognition for Composite
Materials: Amaury Walbron1; Denis Rochais1; Sylvain Chupin1; Maïtine
Bergounioux2; Romain Abraham2; 1CEA Le Ripault; 2MAPMO/CNRS
9:55 AM Break
Session 4: Microstructure/Property Relationship in
3D: Deformation and Damage I
Session 2: Acquisition and Handling of 3D Data I
Monday AM
June 30, 2014
Monday AM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:45 AM Invited
Equilibrium Gap Regularized Radio-Based Digital Volume Correlation:
Stephane Roux1; T. Taillandier-Thomas1; A. Bouterf1; H. Leclerc1; F. Hild1;
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CNRS/ENS-Cachan
10:30 AM
Investigating the Plastic Zone at the Tip of a Crack: A 3D Diffraction
and Imaging Study using Synchrotron X-rays: Peter Hruby1; Sudhanshu
Singh1; Jason Williams1; Xianghui Xiao2; Ruqing Xu2; Peter Kenesei2;
Francesco Decarlo2; John Almer2; Nikhilesh Chawla1; 1Arizona State
University; 2Argonne National Laboratory
9:15 AM
Combined Estimation of Affine Movement and Reconstruction in
Tomography: Vincent Nieuwenhove1; Geert Van Eyndhoven1; Jan Sijbers1;
1
University of Antwerp
10:50 AM
3D Quantification of Trans- and Inter-lamellar Fatigue Crack in Ti Alloy:
Laurent Babout1; Lukasz Jopek1; Marcin Janaszewski1; Michael Preuss2;
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Lodz University of Technology; 2University of Manchester
9:35 AM
Analysis of Crack Propagation in Freeze Cast Ceramics Based Composite
Materials Characterised by Micro X-ray Computed Tomography:
Steven Van Boxel1; Eleonora D’Elia2; Claudio Ferraro2; Salvatore Grasso3;
Mike Reece3; Peter Lee1; Philip Withers1; Eduardo Saiz2; 1University of
Manchester; 2Imperial College London; 3Queen Mary University of London
11:10 AM
Damage in Amorphous Crystalline Composite: Antoine Ferre1; Eric
Maire1; Sylvain Dancette1; 1INSA Lyon
9:55 AM Break
11:30 AM
3D Study of Second Phase Particle Break-up in AlSi12 Cast Alloy: Tireira
Aly1; Requena Guillermo2; Borbely Andras1; Helmut Klöcker1; 1ENS MINES
SAINT ETIENNE; 2Vienna University of Technology
11:50 AM
3D Features of Hydrogen Accumulation Induced by Deformation: Lei
Zhang1; Chunli Dai1; Shaogang Wang1; Jun Tan1; 1Institute of Metal Research
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
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Session 5: Acquisition and Handling of 3D Data II
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
Creating a Common Environment for Storing, Sharing and Working
With Digital Microstructure Data: Thoughts and Lessons Learned:
Michael Groeber1; Michael Uchic1; Michael Jackson2; 1AFRL; 2BlueQuartz
Software
2:30 PM
A Multiresolution Approach to the Discrete Algebraic Reconstruction
Technique (DART): Andrei Dabravolski1; Joost Batenburg2; Jan Sijbers1;
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University of Antwerp; 2Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI)
2:50 PM
A Beamline Refurbishment Dedicated to Multi-scale Microtomography:
Multi-purpose Setups Accessible for Academic and Industrial Studies:
Elodie Boller1; Alexander Rack1; Michel Rénier1; Anne Bonnin1; Vincent
Fernandez1; Paul Tafforeau1; 1ESRF
Session 6: New Experimental Techniques I
Monday PM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
Comparative Analysis of Strontium Titanate Datasets by 3D Femtosecond
Laser and Synchrotron Diffraction Contrast Tomography: McLean
Echlin1; Michael Titus1; Will Lenthe1; Andreas Trenkle2; Melanie Syha2; Peter
Gumbsch2; Tresa Pollock1; 1UC Santa Barbara; 2KIT
2:30 PM
Dynamic High-temperature Monitoring of Microwave Energy
Absorption and Heating of Materials with Ultrafast In-situ Synchrotron
X-ray Tomographic Microscopy and Powder Diffraction Techniques:
Sebastien Vaucher1; Rajmund Mokso2; Kotaro Ishizaki1; Manuela Stir3;
Radu Nicula1; 1Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science
and Technology; 2Swiss Light Source, Paul Scherrer Institute; 3University of
Berne
2:50 PM
Tracking of Individual Grains of Geomaterials During Phase Transitions
Using In situ 3D-X-ray Diffraction up to 25 GPa and 1000 K: Angelika
Rosa1; Sebastien Merkel1; Sujoy Ghosh2; Nadege Hilairet1; Jean-Phillipe
Perrillat3; Mohamed Mezouar4; Gavin Vaughan4; 1Université Lille1; 2ETH
Zürich; 3Université Claude Bernard Lyon; 4ESRF
Poster Session
Monday PM
June 30, 2014
Room: Foyer
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
P1: 3-D Microstructural and Micromechanical Characterization of
Nanoporous Gold/Epoxy Composites: Kaixiong Hu1; Markus Ziehmer1; Ke
Wang2; Daniel Kupka1; Erica Lilleodden1; 1Institute of Materials Research,
Materials Mechanics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; 2Institute of Materials
Physics and Technology, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg
P2: 3D Analysis of a Fatigue Crack in Cast Iron using Digital Volume
Correlation of X-ray Tomographic Images: Joel Lachambre1; Jean-Yves
Buffiere1; Julien Rethore1; 1INSA LYON / Lab. MATEIS
P4: 3D Characterization of Rapid Solidification Microstructures in
Al-4.5wt%Cu Droplets: Abdoul-Aziz Bogno1; Guillaume Reinhart2; Xing
Xiaoxiong1; Hani Henein1; Henri Nguyen-Thi2; Elodie Boller3; Denis
Sheptyakhov4; 1University of Alberta; 2Aix- Marseille Univ & 3 CNRS,
IM2NP UMR 7334; 3European Synchrotron Radiation Facility; 4Laboratory
for Neutron Scattering, Paul Scherrer Institut
P5: 3D Crack in 316L Stainless Steel Revealed by X-ray Tomography:
Shao-Gang Wang1; Liang Xiong1; Su-Cheng Wang1; Lei Zhang1; 1Institute of
Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P6: 3D EBSD Analysis with a Dual Beam Focused Ion Beam: Ali
Gholinia1; 1University of Manchester
P7: 3D Evaluation of Inhomogeneous Plastic Deformation of Grains in
Aluminum Alloy: Masakazu Kobayashi1; Yuki Kawamura1; 1Toyohashi
University of Technology
MONDAY PM
Monday PM
June 30, 2014
J. Scott2; Jonathan Miller1; 1Air Force Research Laboratory; 2UES, Inc.
P8: 3D MC Simulation of Grain Growth Kinetics and the Zener Limit in
Two-phase Polycrystals: Phaneesh Kalale1; Gautam2; Anirudh Bhat3; K.T.
Kashyap3; 1M. S Ramaiah Institute of Technology; 2Consultant; 3PESIT
P9: 3D Microstructure-based Modeling for Hole-expansion Formability
of Dual-phase and Ferrite-bainite Steels: Jinjin Ha1; Jinwoo Lee1; Ji
Hoon Kim2; Frédéric Barlat1; Myoung-Gyu Lee1; 1Graduate Institute of
Ferrous Technology (GIFT), Pohang University of Science and Technology
(POSTECH); 2Korea Institute of Materials Science
P10: 3D Microstructure of Sub Microns Reinforced Metal Matrix
Composites: Post Mortem and In situ Tomgraphy Analysis: Rémi
Daudin1; Sofiane Terzi1; Pierre Lhuissier1; Michelle Alvarez1; Luc Salvo1;
Elodie Boller1; 1SIMAP
P11: 3D Modeling and Analysis of the Microstructure and Strength
of Paper Products: Majid Targhagh1; Yash Sharma2; Pouyan Jahangiri2;
Andre Phillion1; D. Mark Martinez3; 1Okanagan School of Engineering,
The University of British Columbia, Kelowna, Canada.; 2Department of
Mechanical Engineering, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
Canada.; 3Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, The
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
P12: 3D Multiscale Characterization of Silica Aerogels Composites:
Anouk Perret1; Geneviève Foray2; Lucian Roiban2; Karine Masenelli-Varlot2;
Eric Maire2; Jerôme Adrien2; Bernard Yrieix3; 1MATEIS/EDF; 2MATEIS
INSA de Lyon; 3EDF R&D
P13: 3D SEM-Based Investigation of Fracture Toughness Properties of
Modified 9Cr-1Mo Steel: Xiang Chen1; Randy Nanstad1; Mikhail Sokolov1;
1
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
P14: A New Design for In-situ Tomographic Tensile Stage: Nicolas
Gueninchault1; Arthur Desprès2; Yannick Pannier3; Nicolas Lenoir4; Henry
Proudhon1; 1Mines Paristech; 2INSA Lyon; 3ENSMA; 4ENPC
P15: A Novel Approach to Multiscale Homogenisation: Philippe Young1;
David Raymont2; David Harman2; 1University of Exeter; 2Simpleware Ltd.
P16: A Novel Superelastic Porous Material Made of a Single Entangled
NiTi Wire: Benjamin Gadot1; Laurent Orgeas2; David Rodney3; Sabine
Rolland Duroscoat2; Didier Bouvard1; 1SIMAP-GPM2; 2CNRS/3SR Lab;
3
Université Claude Bernard Lyon, Institut Lumière Matière
P17: Adaptive Ring Artefact Suppression Method for Tomography
Applications: Diwaker Jha1; Henning Sørensen1; Sören Dobberschütz1;
Susan Stipp1; 1Copenhagen University
P18: 3D Stochastic Modeling of Microstructure Evolution during the
Solidification of Dendritic Alloys: Laurentiu Nastac1; Daojie Zhang1; 1The
University of Alabama
P19: Analyzing Microstructure and Damage in Construction Materials
with 3D Micro CT: Dietmar Meinel1; Andreas Staude1; Karsten Ehrig1;
1
BAM
P3: 3D Characterization of Cast Ni Superalloys using an Automated
Multimodal Serial Sectioning System: Michael Uchic1; Michael Groeber1;
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MONDAY PM
P20: Capability of Submicron X-ray Diffraction Beamline at Taiwan
Photon Source for 2D and 3D Materials Research: Ching-Shun Ku1; ChiYi Huang1; Ling Lee2; Yen-Ting Liu3; Shang-Jui Chiu1; Cheng-Chi Chen1;
Hsin-Yi Lee1; 1National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center; 2Tunghai
University; 3National Chiao Tung University
Products: Yash Sharma1; Andre Phillion2; D. Mark Martinez3; 1Department
of Mechanical Engineering, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
Canada.; 2Okanagan School of Engineering, The University of British
Columbia, Kelowna, Canada; 3Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
P21: Microstructural Data for Model Development and Validation:
Veronica Livescu1; Curt Bronkhorst1; John Bingert1; 1Los Alamos National
Laboratory
P37: Identification and Characterization of Subgrain Features in 3D
EBSD Data: Andrew Loeb1; Brian Soe1; Cullen McMahon1; Michael Ferry2;
Lori Bassman1; 1Harvey Mudd College; 2University of New South Wales
P22: Characterising 3D Force Transfer in Granular Material: Stephen
Hall1; Jonathan Wright2; 1Lund University; 2ESRF
P38: Improvement of Mechanical Properties with Reversed Austenite
and Copper-rich Phases in an Alloyed Steel with Intercritical Treatment:
Qingdong Liu1; Wenqing Liu2; Jianfeng Gu1; 1Shanghai Jiaotong University;
2
Shanghai University
P23: Characterization of Gamma Prime Precipitate Morphology:
McLean Echlin1; William Lenthe1; Tresa Pollock1; Robert Rhein1; 1University
of California Santa Barbara
P24: Characterization of Mg-Ca Alloys using X-ray Tomography: Paul
Salero1; 1Laboratoire MATEIS
P25: Comparison of Plastic Deformation in 3D between Experiments
and Simulation: Anthony Rollett1; Ricardo Lebensohn2; Reeju Pokharel2;
Jonathan Lind1; Samikshya Subedi1; Frankie Li3; Ulrich Lienert4; Robert
Suter1; 1Carnegie Mellon University; 2Los Alamos National Laboratory.;
3
Lawrence Livermore Natl. Lab.; 4DESY
P26: Determination of Quantified Relationships Between 2D and 3D
Microstructural Metrics in a+ß Titanium Alloys: John Sosa1; Daniel
Huber1; Brian Welk1; Peter Collins2; Hamish Fraser1; 1The Ohio State
University; 2University of North Texas
P27: Development and Application of Tools and Techniques for Threedimensional Materials Characterization Using MIPAR™, a Novel
Analytical 3D Software Package: John Sosa1; Daniel Huber1; Hamish
Fraser1; 1The Ohio State University
P28: Efficient Reconstruction of Subsurface Grain Structure from
Selective Differential Aperture X-ray Microscopy: Philip Eisenlohr1;
Pratheek Shanthraj2; Wenjun Liu3; Bret Dunlap1; Chen Zhang1; Thomas
Bieler1; 1Michigan State University; 2Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung;
3
Argonne National Laboratory
P29: Evolution of Different Generations of Gamma Prime Precipitates
in Nickel Base Superalloys – A Three-dimensional Perspective: Tanaporn
Rojhirunsakool1; Subhashish Meher1; Gopal Viswanathan2; Antariksh Singh1;
Junyeon Hwang1; Rajagopalan Srinivasan2; Soumya Nag1; Jaimie Tiley3;
Hamish Fraser2; Rajarshi Banerjee1; 1University of North Texas; 2The Ohio
State University; 3Air Force Research Laboratory
P30: Finite Element Simulation and Experimental Analysis on Fatigue
Behavior of SiCn/Al Co-Continuous Composites: Yu Liang1; Kun–Peng
Yang2; Yan–li Jiang2; Nan–nao Ge3; Ming Fang4; 1Key Laboratory of New
Processing Technology for Nonferrous Metals & Materials, Ministry of
Education,College of Materials Science and Engineering; 2Key Laboratory of
New Processing Technology for Nonferrous Metals & Materials, Ministry of
Education, Guilin University of Technology; 3Zhejiang Tianle New Material
Technologic Co. Ltd; 4Zhejiang Tianle New Material Technologic Co. Ltd.
P31: Fitting Subdivision Surfaces on Three Dimensional EBSD Maps:
Edgar de Araujo1; Hadi Pirgazi1; Leo Kestens2; 1Ghent University; 2Ghent
University and Delft University of Technology
P32: Geometric Modeling of Closed-Cell Rigid Polymer Foam Structures
for Prediction of Mechanical Properties: Irene Vecchio1; Ralf Schlimper2;
Katja Schladitz1; Claudia Redenbach3; 1Fraunhofer ITWM; 2Fraunhofer
IWM; 3Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
P33: Grain Mapping at the High Energy Beamline HEMS: Torben
Fischer1; Lars Lottermoser1; Norbert Schell1; Martin Müller1; Andreas
Schreyer1; 1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
P34: High-energy Microtomography using Synchrotron Radiation at
DESY for Materials Science Application: Felix Beckmann1; 1HelmholtzZentrum Geesthacht
P35: High-resolution, In situ, Modular, Lab-scale X-ray Computed
Tomography (XCT) System for 4D Materials Science: Nikhilesh Chawla1;
James Mertens; Jason Williams1; 1Arizona State University
P36: High Resolution MicroCT Imaging and 3D Image Analysis of Paper
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P39: In-situ 3D Imaging of Structure and Failure of Materials using
Synchrotron Radiation Tomography: K M Mostafijur Rahman1; Jerzy
Szpunar1; George Belev2; Mohammad Reza Toroghinejad3; 1Department
of Mechanical Engineering, University of Saskatchewan; 2Canadian Light
Source; 3Department of Materials Engineering, Isfahan University of
Technology
P40: Influence of Casting Defects on the Fatigue Behaviour of an
AlSi7Mg0.6-T6 Aerospace Alloy: Itziar Serrano-Munoz1; Jean-Yves Buffière1;
Catherine Verdu1; 1Laboratoire Mateis
P41: Influence of Particles and Microstructure on Short Fatigue Crack
Initiation and Propagation in AA2050-T8 and AA7050-T7451: Erembert
Nizery1; Jean-Yves Buffiere1; H. Proudhon2; P. Cloetens3; A. Daniélou4; S.
Forest2; 1INSA Lyon; 2Mines ParisTech; 3ESRF; 4Constellium CRV
P42: Influence of the Lost Foam Casting Microstructure on Low Cycle
Fatigue Damage of A319 Aluminum Alloy: Nora Dahdah1; Nathalie
Limodin1; Ahmed El Bartali1; Jean-Francois Witz1; Rian Seguir1; Long
Wang1; Eric Charkaluk1; Jean-Yves Buffiere2; 1Laboratoire de Mécanique de
Lille (LML), UMR CNRS; 2Laboratoire Matériaux, Ingénierie et Sciences
(MATEIS), UMR CNRS
P43: Investigation of Pre-existing Pores in Creep Loaded 9Cr Steel: Surya
Deo Yadav1; Joerdis Rosc2; Bernhard Sartory2; Roland Brunner2; Bernhard
Sonderegger3; Christof Sommitsch1; Cecilia Poletti1; 1Graz University of
Technology; 2Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH (MCL); 3University
of Cape Town
P44: Large Scale 3D Multi-phase-field Simulation of Microstructure
Evolution using TSUBAME2.5 GPU-supercomputer: Akinori Yamanaka1;
Masashi Okamoto1; Takashi Shimokawabe2; Takayuki Aoki2; 1Tokyo
University of Agriculture and Technology; 2Tokyo Institute of Technology
P45: Large Volume Serial Sectioning Tomography by Broad Ion Beam
Polishing and Automated EBSD-SEM Data Artefact Correction:
Bartlomiej Winiarski1; Ali Gholinia1; Ken Mingard2; Helen Jones2; Mark
Gee2; George Thompson1; Philip Withers1; 1University of Manchester;
2
National Physical Laboratory
P46: Methods for Reconstructing and Quantifying 3D Woven Structures:
Amanda Levinson1; David Rowenhorst2; Richard Fonda2; 1National Research
Council Fellow, Naval Research Laboratory; 2Naval Research Laboratory
P47: Microstructure and Mechanical Optimization in Sea Urchin
Shells: Dirk Müter1; Henning Sørensen1; Jette Oddershede2; Susan Stipp1;
1
University of Copenhagen; 2Danish Technical University
P48: Morphological and Performance Measures of Poly(urethane)
Foams using X-ray CT and Mechanical Testing: Brian Patterson1; Kevin
Henderson1; Manuel Chavez1; Stephanie Tornga1; Nikolaus Cordes1; Robert
Gilbertson1; Zachary Smith1; 1Los Alamos National Laboratory
P49: Multi-Dimensional 3-D Characterization: Bridging the Gap Between
Experiments and Modeling: Neal Magdefrau1; Julie Wittenzellner1;
Matthew Lynch1; Rajesh Kumar1; Wayde Schmidt1; Jodi Vecchiarelli1;
1
United Technologies Research Center
P50: Multiscale Analysis of Cellular Materials by X-ray Tomography and
Finite Element Modelling: Clemence Petit1; Eric Maire1; Sylvain Meille1;
Jérôme Adrien1; 1MATEIS Laboratory INSA de Lyon - Université de Lyon
P51: Non-destructive Study of Microstructure Evolution in
Polycrystalline Cu using Synchrotron Radiation and Full-field
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Simulation: Reeju Pokharel1; Jonathan Lind2; Shiu Fai Li2; Peter Kenesei3;
Ricardo Lebensohn1; Robert Suter4; Anthony Rollett4; 1Los Alamos National
Laboratory; 2Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3Argonne National
Laboratory; 4Carnegie Mellon University
P53: Procedure for 3D Microstructure Reconstruction of a Heterogeneous
Metal Matrix Composite Material: Donna Guillen1; Heng Ban2; Zilong
Hua2; 1Idaho National Laboratory; 2Utah State University
P54: Quantifying and Representing Non-Primary Phases in Metallic
Microstructure: Joseph Tucker1; Adam Pilchak2; Michael Groeber2; 1UES,
Inc.; 2U.S. Air Force Research Lab
P55: Reconstruction of Grain Boundary Surfaces from Large-Scale
Three-Dimensional Data by Manual Serial Sectioning Technique: Hadi
Pirgazi1; Edgar Gomes1; Leo Kestens2; 1Ghent University; 2Ghent University
and Delft University of Technology
P56: Reconstruction of the 3D Representative Volume Element from
the Generalized 2-point Correlation Function: Abhijit Brahme1; Yauheni
Staraselski1; Raja Mishra2; Kaan Inal1; 1University of Waterloo; 2General
Motors Research and Development Center
P57: Single-distance Phase Retrieval for DP Structures in Steels:
Hiroyuki Toda1; Fukuto Tomizato1; Ryo Harasaki1; Kentaro Uesugi2; Akihisa
Takeuchi2; Yoshio Suzuki2; Masakazu Kobayashi1; 1Toyohashi University of
Technology; 2Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
P58: Site Specific 3D Pathway Analysis of Functional Energy Materials:
Peter Jørgensen1; Tobias Stegk1; Karin Hansen1; 1DTU
P59: The Intervariant Crystallographic Planes Distribution in a Lath
Martensite: Hossein Beladi1; Gregory Rohrer2; Anthony Rollett2; Vahid
Tari3; Peter Hodgson1; 1Deakin University; 2Carnegie Mellon University;
3
Mississippi State University
P60: The Materials Science Beamline ID11 at the ESRF: Gavin
Vaughan1; Jonathan Wright1; Wolfgang Ludwig1; Henning Poulsen2; Andrea
Bernasconi1; Nicholas Harker1; Henri Gleyzolle1; 1ESRF; 2Technical
University of Denmark
P61: The Quantification of Rafting in Ni-based Superalloys Using
Moment Invariants: Lily Nguyen1; Rongpei Shi2; Dong Wang2; Marc De
Graef1; 1Carnegie Mellon University; 2Ohio State University
P62: Three-dimensional Deformation Morphology under Nanoindentation: Sanjit Bhowmick1; Syed Asif1; 1Hysitron
P63: Three Dimensional Morphology and Spatial Distribution of Nonmetallic Inclusions in Steel Slabs: Seiki Takebayashi1; Kenichi Yamamoto1;
Masafumi Miyazaki1; Mayuko Ishino1; Yoshiyuki Ueshima1; 1Nippon Steel
& Sumitomo Metal Corporation
P64: Tomography and Imaging at the Psiché Beamline, Soleil: Andrew
King1; Nicolas Guignot1; Pierrick Zerbino1; Aurélien Delmotte1; Jean-Paul
Itié1; 1Synchrotron SOLEIL
P70: X Ray Tomographic Characterisation of Damage in a Cast Al Alloy
During Thermomechanical Fatigue Tests: Sébastien Dézécot1; Vincent
Maurel2; Alain Köster2; Fabien Szmytka3; Jean-Yves Buffière1; 1INSA de
Lyon; 2Centre des Matériaux; 3PSA Peugeot Citroën
P71: “Dissector-select” Technique for Efficient Grain Volume
Distribution Determination by Serial Sectioning: Burton Patterson1; Tyler
Kaub1; Robert DeHoff1; Veena Tikare2; George Strickland, II1; 1University of
Florida; 2Sandia National Laboratories
Session 7: Microstructure/Property Relationship in
3D: Characterization and Simulation II
Monday PM
June 30, 2014
MONDAY PM
P52: Nonstandard Materials Electrical Discharge Maschining (by
Example of Electrolytic Chrome): Anna Okunkova1; Pavel Peretyagin1;
Yuri Vladimirov1; Marina Volosova1; Ramon Torrecillas2; 1Moscow State
University of Technology “STANKIN”; 2Centro de Investigación en
Nanomateriales y Nanotecnología CSIC
Christophe Le Bourlot1; Jérome Adrien1; Eric Maire1; 1MATEIS - INSA de
Lyon
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
5:00 PM Invited
Quantifying Polycrystalline Grain Boundary Networks for 3D Property
Simulation: Alexis Lewis1; Amanda Levinson2; David Rowenhorst1; 1Naval
Research Laboratory; 2National Research Council
5:30 PM
Acquisition of 3D Data for Prediction of the Cyclic Properties of NiBase Alloys: Will Lenthe1; Jean-Charles Stinville1; McLean Echlin1; Tresa
Pollock1; 1UC Santa Barbara
5:50 PM
Hierarchical Investigation of 3D Microstructure at Three Different
Length Scales – Towards Quantitative Understanding of Microstructure
Formation for the Example of Lightweight Al-Si Alloys with Complex
Morphology: Frank Mücklich1; Jenifer Barrirero1; Michael Engstler1;
1
Saarland University
6:10 PM
Micromechanical Characterization of Dielectric Inclusions Used to
Produce Anisotropic Ferroelectric Composites: Julien Lesseur1; JeanFrançois Camenen2; Jérôme Majimel1; Catherine Elissalde1; Ivan Iordanoff2;
Claude Estournès3; Dominique Bernard1; 1ICMCB CNRS, UPR9048; 2I2M
CNRS, UMR5295; 3CIRIMAT CNRS, PNF2 MHT
Session 8: Analysis at the Nanoscale I
Monday PM
June 30, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
5:00 PM Invited
3D Analysis of Crack-tip Dislocations Using High Voltage Electron
Microscopy: Kenji Higashida1; Masaki Tanaka1; 1Kyushu University
P65: Using Moment Invariants to Quantify a Strain Glass Transition:
Lily Nguyen1; Dong Wang2; Yunzhi Wang2; Marc De Graef1; 1Carnegie
Mellon University; 2Ohio State University
5:30 PM
Three-dimensional Tomographic Reconstruction of Precipitates in High
Entropy Alloys (HEAs) to Determine the Quantitative Influence of Varied
Data Acquisition Parameters: Daniel Huber1; Brian Welk1; Jacob Jensen1;
John Sosa1; Robert Williams1; Hamish Fraser1; 1The Ohio State University
P66: X-ray Computed Tomography Characterisation of Titanium
Powders for Additive Manufacturing: Fabien Leonard1; Samuel TammasWilliams1; Fatos Derguti2; Iain Todd2; Philip Withers1; 1The University of
Manchester; 2University of Sheffield
5:50 PM
Atomic Scale and 3D Characterization of the Heterogeneously Formed
S (Al2CuMg) Precipitates at Dislocations in Al-Cu-Mg Alloy: Zongqiang
Feng1; Yanqing Yang1; Yanxia Chen1; 1Northwestern Polytechnical University
P67: X-ray Microscopy for In Situ Characterization of 3D Microstructure
Evolution in the Laboratory: Leah Lavery1; Arno Merkle1; Jeff Gelb1; 1Carl
Zeiss X-ray Microscopy, Inc.
6:10 PM
3D Orientation Imaging with Transmission Electron Microscopy: Søren
Schmidt1; Peter Larsen1; Xiaoxu Huang1; 1Technical University of Denmark
P68: X-ray Microtomography of the Heat Damage in Carbon Fibre
Reinforced Composites: Peifeng Li1; 1Nanyang Technological University
P69: X-ray Tomography Study of Gallo-Roman Archeologic Artefacts:
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TUESDAY AM
Keynote
Session 11: Diffraction and Related Techniques III
Tuesday AM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:00 AM Keynote
Measurements of 4D Microstructural Evolution: J. Gibbs1; K. Mohan2;
E. Gulsoy1; A. Shahaini1; C Bouman2; M. DeGraef3; Peter Voorhees1;
1
Northwestern University; 2Purdue University; 3Carnegie Mellon University
10:30 AM
Evolution of Grain Boundary Energy Distribution: S.F. Li1; J. Lind1; V. V.
Bulatov1; B. W. Reed1; C. M. Hefferan2; R. M. Suter3; M. Kumar1; 1Lawrence
Livermore National Lab; 2R. J. Lee Group; 3Carnegie Mellon University
8:30 AM Question and Answer Period
10:50 AM
Deformation-­–Induced Intragranular Orientation Spread in Ferrite
Investigated by 3DXRD and Forward Modeling: Jette Oddershede1;
Grethe Winther2; Jon Wright3; 1DTU Physics; 2DTU Mechanical Engineering;
3
ESRF
Session 9: Diffraction and Related Techniques II
Tuesday AM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:45 AM Invited
Image Alignment and Distortion Removal in EBSD Serial Sectioning:
David Rowenhorst1; Amanda Levinson1; Alexis Lewis1; 1The U.S. Naval
Research Laboratory
9:15 AM
Simultaneous Spatial and Orientational Tracking of Ostwald Ripening
in Semisolid Al-5 wt% Cu at High Volume Fractions of the Coarsening
Phase: Jules Dake1; James Shatto1; Thomas Werz1; Jette Oddershede2;
Henning Sørensen3; Søren Schmidt2; Carl Krill1; 1Ulm University; 2Technical
University of Denmark; 3University of Copenhagen
9:35 AM
Three-dimensional Microstructural Measurements of Sintered UO2 Fuel
Pellets: Reeju Pokharel1; Donald Brown1; Darrin Byler1; Shiu Fai Li2; Robert
Suter3; Peter Kenesei4; Levente Balogh5; 1Los Alamos National Laboratory;
2
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3Carnegie Mellon University;
4
Argonne National Laboratory; 5Queen’s University
9:55 AM Break
Session 10: Microstructure/Property Relationship
in 3D: Deformation and Damage II
Tuesday AM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:45 AM Invited
High Speed and High Resolution In-situ Tensile Tests in Synchrotron
Tomography Applied to Ductile Damage: Eric Maire1; Aude Simar2;
Heiki Suhonen3; Jerome Adrien1; Rajmund Mokso4; Elodie Boller5; 1Mateis
Universite Lyon INSA; 2UC Louvain; 3ESRF ID22; 4SLS Tomcat; 5ESRF
ID19
9:15 AM
Three-dimensional Porosity-induced Fatigue Cracking Behavior in
Hybrid Laser Welded 7075-T6 Al Joints via High-resolution Synchrotron
X-ray Microtomography: Sheng-Chuan Wu1; JY Buffiere2; Cheng Yu1; WeiHua Zhang1; 1State Key Laboratory of Traction Power, Southwest Jiaotong
University; 2Universite de Lyon INSA LYON
9:35 AM
Three Dimensional Damage Characterisation of Composites Loaded
in Tension: A Laboratory X-ray Computed Tomography Investigation:
Jasmin Stein1; Robert Bradley1; Constantinos Soutis1; Philip Withers1; 1The
University of Manchester
9:55 AM Break
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Tuesday AM
July 1, 2014
11:10 AM
Diffraction-Amalgamated
Grain-Boundary
Tracking
(DAGT)
Technique: Hiroyuki Toda1; Takanobu kamiko1; Kentaro Uesugi2; Akihisa
Takeuchi2; Yoshio Suzuki2; Masakazu Kobayashi1; 1Toyohashi University of
Technology; 2Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
11:30 AM
3D-XRD Investigation of the High Pressure α-ω Transformation in
Polycrystalline Titanium: Sebastien Merkel1; Amélie Malpot1; Angelika
Rosa1; Hanns-Peter Liermann2; 1Universite Lille 1; 2DESY - PETRA III
11:50 AM
Studying Microstructural Evolution of Strain in Austenitic Stainless Stell
Under Load using Diffraction Contrast Tomography: Stefan Schmiederer1;
Andrew King2; Joao Quinta Da Fonseca3; 1ESRF; 2SOLEIL; 3University of
Manchester
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
Session 12: Microstructure/Property Relationship
in 3D: Deformation and Damage III
Tuesday AM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
10:30 AM
3D Tomographic Characterization of Woven Ceramic Textile Composites
under In situ Loading at Ultrahigh Temperatures: Hrishikesh Bale1;
Siyuan Xin1; Ryan Wilkerson1; Brian Cox2; David Marshall2; Robert Ritchie1;
1
University of California, Berkeley; 2Teledyne Scientific Co LLC
10:50 AM
Mechanical Properties of Crumpled Aluminium Foils: Sandrine Cottrino1;
Eric Maire1; Damien Fabregue1; Pierre Viviers1; 1INSA of Lyon-Laboratory
MATEIS CNRS UMR5510
11:10 AM
Influence of the Casting Microstructure Upon the Tensile Behaviour in
A319 Al-Si Alloy Investigated by X-ray Tomography and Digital Volume
Correlation: Long Wang1; Nathalie Limodin1; Ahmed El Bartali1; Julien
Rethore2; Jean-François WITZ1; Rian SEGHIR1; Eric Charkaluk1; Jean-Yves
Buffiere3; 1Laboratoire de Mécanique de Lille (LML), CNRS, UMR 8107;
2
Laboratoire de Mécanique des Contacts et des Structures (LaMCoS), CNRS,
UMR 5259; 3Laboratoire Matériaux, Ingénierie et Sciences (MATEIS),
CNRS, UMR 5510
11:30 AM
Application of Diffraction-Amalgamated Grain Boundary Tracking
(DAGT) to Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior in High Strength
Aluminum Alloy: Hui Li1; Hiroyuki Toda2; Kentaro Uesugi3; Akihisa
Takeuchi3; Yoshio Suzuki3; Masakazu Kobayashi1; 1Toyohashi University
of Technology; 2Kyushu University; 3Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research
Institute
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11:50 AM
Spatial Correlation of 3D Datasets Across Multiple Scales: Combining
Electron and X-ray Tomography Volumes for Analysis of Creep
Cavitation in 316 H Stainless Steel: Tim Burnett1; 1Manchester University/
FEI
3:50 PM Break
Session 13: Dynamic Processes I
Session 15: Dynamic Processes II
Tuesday PM
July 1, 2014
Tuesday PM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
In-situ Micro- and Nanoscale X-ray Tomography with High Temporal
Resolution for Quantitative Analysis of the Microstructure Dynamics:
Rajmund Mokso1; Julie Fife1; Federica Marone1; Youssef Souhail2; Michele
Griffa3; Sarah Irvine1; Marco Stampanoni1; 1Paul Scherrer Institut; 2IFP
Energies Nouvelles ; 3EMPA Dubendorf
2:30 PM
In situ High Temperature Deformation: Interest of 4D Characterization
at Higher Strain Rate: Pierre Lhuissier1; Mario Scheel2; Robin Gibaud1;
Louis Marciliac1; Rémi Daudin1; Elodie Boller2; Luc Salvo1; Jean-Jacques
Blandin1; 1SIMaP/GPM2-CNRS-Grenoble University; 2ID15 & ID19
Beamlines - ESRF
2:50 PM
In-situ Study of the Evolution of the 3D-morphology of Moving
Interphases between Individual Grains of Ferrite and Austenite: Sven
Offerman1; Alexander Kostenko1; Andrew King2; Wolfgang Ludwig3;
Lucas Van Vliet1; Richard Huizenga1; 1Delft University of Technology;
2
Synchrotron SOLEIL; 3ESRF
3:10 PM
Abnormal Grain Growth by Complexion Transitions Requires
Propagation Mechanisms: William Frazier1; Anthony Rollett1; Gregory
Rohrer1; 1Carnegie Mellon University
3:30 PM Break
Session 14: Microstructure/Property Relationship
in 3D: Characterization and Simulation III
Tuesday PM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
Fast Fourier Transform-based Micromechanical Modeling with Direct
Input from 3-D Images of Polycrystalline Microstructures: Ricardo
Lebensohn1; 1Los Alamos National Laboratory
2:30 PM
Modeling of Thermoelastic Stresses in Thermal Barrier Coatings: Sean
Donegan1; Anthony Rollett1; 1Carnegie Mellon University
2:50 PM
Polycrystalline FE Modeling of Deformation and Fatigue Cracking
Using Experimental 3D Microstructures: Henry Proudhon1; Jia Li1; Yoann
Guilhem2; Peter Reischig3; Arjen Roos4; Samuel Forest1; Loic Signor5;
Wolfgang Ludwig3; 1MINES ParisTech; 2ENS Cachan; 3ESRF; 4ONERA;
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3:10 PM
Characterizing Populations, Predicting Presence, and Examining
Mechanical Response using Three-Dimensional Reconstructions of
Porosity in Laser Welds: Jonathan Madison1; Corbett Battaile1; Jeff
Rodelas1; Tyler Payton1; Larry Aagesen2; Victor Chan2; Katsuyo Thornton2;
1
Sandia National Laboratories; 2University of Michigan
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
4:10 PM
Characterizing Annealing Twin Formation during Grain Growth in
Nickel: Brian Lin1; Chris Hefferan2; Robert Suter1; Gregory Rohrer1; Anthony
Rollett1; 1Carnegie Mellon University; 2R.J. Lee Group
TUESDAY PM
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
3:30 PM
Three Dimensional Image-based Modelling of Barnacle Debonding:
Andrew Geltmacher1; Alexis Lewis1; William Pogue1; Richard Everett1;
1
Naval Research Laboratory
4:30 PM
3D Serial Sectioning Studies on Growth during Recrystallization:
Yubin Zhang1; Guohua Fan2; Julian Driver3; Dorte Juul Jensen1;
1
Danish-Chinese Center for Nanometals, Section for Materials Science
and Advanced Characterization, Dept. of Wind Energy, Technical
University of Denmark; 2School of Materials Science and Engineering,
Harbin Institute of Technology; 3Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne
4:50 PM
Experimental Investigation of the Applicability of the MacPhersonSrolovitz Relation to Grain Growth in Al: Jules Dake1; Jette Oddershede2;
Henning Sørensen3; Søren Schmidt2; Carl Krill1; 1Ulm University; 2Technical
University of Denmark; 3University of Copenhagen
5:10 PM
How Much Does an Individual Grain Boundary Junction Tell Us About
the Growth Kinetics of Its Polycrystalline Microstructure?: Dana
Zöllner1; Peter Streitenberger1; 1Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
5:30 PM
Investigating Recovery Processes in Aluminium Using Dark-field
X-ray Microscopy: Hugh Simons1; Carsten Detlefs2; Søren Schmidt1; Erik
Lauridsen1; Andrew King3; Irina Snigirev2; Anatoly Snigirev2; Wolfgang
Ludwig4; Wolfgang Pantleon1; Henning Poulsen1; 1DTU; 2ESRF; 3Soleil;
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INSA Lyon
5:50 PM
Comparison of 3D Time-lapse Imaging and Simulation of Grain
Growth in Strontium Titanate: Melanie Syha1; Andreas Trenkle2; Barbara
Loedermann1; Werner Augustin1; Daniel Weygand1; Wolfgang Ludwig3;
Peter Gumbsch1; 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 2Karlsruhe Institute for
Technology; 3European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
6:10 PM
Growth Path Envelope Analysis of Grain Growth in Titanium from
3DXRD Determination of Grain Volume Distributions: Allan Lyckegaard1;
Burton Patterson2; Erik Lauridsen1; Robert DeHoff2; 1Technical University of
Denmark; 2University of Florida
Session 16: Microstructure/Property Relationship
in 3D: Characterization and Simulation IV
Tuesday PM
July 1, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
4:10 PM
3D Discrete Element Simulation of Strength and Toughness of Porous
Ceramics: David Jauffres1; Denis Roussel1; Christophe Martin1; Aaron
Lichtner2; Rajendra Bordia3; 1Grenoble-INP; 2University of Washington;
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Clemson University
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WEDNESDAY AM
4:30 PM
Chalk, a Natural Porous Material: Can we Capture the Essential
Properties by 3D Imaging?: Henning Sørensen1; Dirk Müter1; Kim Dalby1;
Diwaker Jha1; Ralph Harti1; Reza Gooya1; Julio Da Silva2; Manuel GuizarSicairos2; Mirko Holler2; Heikki Suhonen3; Robert Feidenhans’l1; S. Stipp1;
1
University of Copenhagen; 2Paul Scherrer Institut; 3European Synchrotron
Radiation Facility
4:50 PM
4D Imaging of Fluid Flow Dynamic in Natural Porous Media by Ultra-fast
X-ray Microtomography: Souhail Youssef1; Rezki Oughanem1; Elisabeth
Rosenberg1; Eric Maire2; Rajmund Mokso3; 1IFP Energies Nouvelles; 2INSALyon MATEIS CNRS UMR 5510; 3Swiss Light Source, Paul Scherrer Institut
5:10 PM
Discrete Electrochemical Modeling of Porous SOFC Electrodes Based on
X-ray Tomography 3D Images: Denis Roussel1; David Jauffres1; Christophe
Martin2; Aaron Lichtner3; Rajendra Bordia4; 1Université de Grenoble /
CNRS; 2Other; 3University of Washington; 4Clemson University
5:30 PM
Investigation of the Nucleation of Intermetallics in Al-Si-Fe Alloys using
High Speed In situ Microtomography: Ani Darlapudi1; Sofiane Terzi2;
Michelle Alvarez3; Pierre Lhuissier3; Luc Salvo3; Elodie Boller4; 1Materials
Engineering; 2ILL; 3SIMAP; 4ESRF
5:50 PM
Reliable Pore-size Measurements Based on a Procedure Specifically
Designed for Electron Tomography Measurements of Nanoporous
Samples: Geert Van Eyndhoven1; Kees Joost Batenburg2; Cynthia Van
Oers3; Mert Kurttepeli4; Sara Bals4; Pegie Cool3; Jan Sijbers1; 1University
of Antwerp; 2Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica; 3Laboratory of Adsorption
and Catalysis, University of Antwerp; 4Electron Microscopy for Materials
Research (EMAT), University of Antwerp
6:10 PM
Characterization of 3D Flow During Friction Stir Welding: Richard
Fonda1; David Rowenhorst1; Keith Knipling1; 1Naval Research Laboratory
Session 17: New Experimental Techniques II
Wednesday AM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:00 AM
X-Ray Nanotomography: Peter Cloetens1; 1ESRF
8:30 AM
3D Neutron Diffraction - 3DND: Alberto Cereser1; Axel Steuwer2; Stephen
Hall3; Markus Strobl4; Søren Schmidt1; 1Technical University of Denmark;
2
MAX IV Laboratory; 3Lund University; 4ESS-AB
8:50 AM
Diffraction Contrast Tomography on a Laboratory X-ray Microscope:
Arno Merkle1; Christian Holzner1; Michael Feser1; Kevin Fahey1; Erik
1
Lauridsen2; Peter Reischig2; Henning Poulsen2;
Carl Zeiss X-ray
Microscopy; 2Xnovo Technology
9:10 AM
Characterization of 2-micrometer Thick Layers of Metallic Thin Films
within Polymer Capsules using Confocal MXRF and X-ray CT: Brian
Patterson1; George Havrilla1; Kimberly Obrey1; Igor Usov1; Nikolaus
Cordes1; 1Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session 18: Analysis at the Atomic Scale
Wednesday AM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
8:00 AM Invited
3D Imaging and Analysis of Materials with Atom Probe Tomography:
Emmanuelle Marquis1; 1University of Michigan
8:30 AM
Application of Atom Probe Tomography to Study Solute Segregation
at Boundaries and Interfaces in Metals: Elena Pereloma1; 1University of
Wollongong
8:50 AM
Multiscale Microstructure Engineering of Steels Using 3D APT: Ilana
Timokhina1; Hossein Beladi1; 1Deakin University
9:10 AM Break
Session 19: Analysis at the Nanoscale II
Wednesday AM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
10:00 AM Invited
Focused Ion Beam Nano-Tomography using Different Detectors: Marco
Cantoni1; 1EPFL-CIME
10:30 AM
Metrology of Three-dimensional Techniques in Focused Ion Beam
Microscopy: Helen Jones1; Ken Mingard1; David Cox1; Bartlomiej
Winiarski2; Ali Gholinia3; 1National Physical Laboratory; 2University of
Manchester; 3University of Manchester
10:50 AM
Microstructural Evolution of Nanoporous Gold During Coarsening:
Markus Ziehmer1; Kaixiong Hu1; Ke Wang2; Jürgen Markmann2; Erica
Lilleodden1; 1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; 2TU Hamburg-Harburg
11:10 AM
3D Struture of Nanoporous Sintered Silver and its Evolution during
Aging: James Carr1; Séverine Boyer2; Pascal Gadaud2; Michel Gerland2;
Peter Lee1; George Thompson1; Xavier Milhet2; 1The Manchester University;
2
Pprime Institute UPR CNRS 3346
11:30 AM
Ostwald Ripening \8722 A Direct Comparison of Experiment and
Simulation: Thomas Werz1; Michael Heinze2; Nan Wang3; Long-Qing Chen3;
Stefan Odenbach2; Carl Krill III1; 1Ulm University; 2Dresden University of
Technology; 3Pennsylvania State University
11:50 AM
3D Microstructural Characterization of In Situ TiC and Graphite
Reinforced Nickel Matrix Composites: Tushar Borkar1; John Sosa2; Sundeep
Gopagoni1; Jamie Tiley3; Hamish Fraser2; Rajarshi Banerjee1; 1University of
North Texas; 2The Ohio State University; 3U.S. Airforce Research Laboratory
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
9:30 AM Break
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Session 20: Microstructure/Property Relationship
in 3D: Characterization and Simulation V
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
10:00 AM Invited
Using High Energy X-ray Diffraction and Finite Elements and Forward
Modeling Methods to Understand Crystal Scale Plasticity: Matthew
Miller1; Paul Dawson1; 1Cornell University
10:30 AM
Image Based Modeling of Plasticity in Polycrystals in 2D and 3D: Sylvain
Dancette1; 1Mateis, Université de Lyon, INSA Lyon
10:50 AM
Underpinning and Benchmarking Crystal Plasticity Simulations with
Micro-mechanical Experiments: David Eastman1; Jessica Krogstad1;
William Lenthe2; Tresa Pollock2; Kevin Hemker1; Paul Shade; Todd Turner;
Michael Uchic; 1Johns Hopkins University; 2University of California Santa
Barbara
11:10 AM
High Resolution Reciprocal Space Mapping of Single Grains: Ulrich
Lienert1; Felix Thiel2; Torben Fischer3; Wolfgang Pantleon2; 1Deutsches
Elektronen-Synchrotron; 2Technical University of Denmark; 3HelmholtzZentrum Geesthacht
2:50 PM
Reconstruction of Local Orientation in Grains using a Discrete
Representation of Orientation Space: Nicola Viganò1; Wolfgang Ludwig1;
Kees Batenburg2; 1INSA Lyon, ESRF Grenoble; 2CWI Amsterdam, Unversity
Antwerp
3:10 PM Break
Closing Session and Panel Discussion
Wednesday PM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
WEDNESDAY PM
Wednesday AM
July 2, 2014
2:30 PM
Optimized Set-up for Static 3D EBSD in a FIB SEM: Julien Guyon1;
Nathalie Gey1; Jean Claude Menard2; Daniel Goran3; Fabian Pérez-Willard4;
Smail Chalal5; 1LEM3; 2NewTec Scientific; 3Bruker Nono GmbH; 4Carl
Zeiss Microscopy; 5Carl Zeiss S.A.S.
3:30 PM Invited
3D Materials Science: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are Now, and
Where We Need to Go: George Spanos1; David Howe1; 1TMS
4:00 PM Panel Discussion
Panelists: George Spanos, TMS; Philip Withers, University of Manchester;
Mike Uchic, U.S. Air Force Research Lab.; Marc de Graf, Carnegie Mellon
University; Tony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University
11:30 AM
Investigation of Stress Relaxation through X-ray Scattering: Armand
Beaudoin1; Wenli Tang1; Kamalika Chatterjee1; Dallas Trinkle1; Margaret
Koker2; Ulrich Lienert3; Peter Kenesei4; 1University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign; 2Cornell University; 3Deutsch Elektronen Synchrotron; 4Argonne
National Laboratory
11:50 AM
Characterization of Strain Mechanisms in Lead-free Piezoceramics:
Marta Majkut1; Jette Oddershede1; John Daniels2; Søren Schmidt1; 1Technical
University of Denmark; 2University of New South Wales
12:10 PM Lunch (On Your Own)
Session 21: Acquisition and Handling of 3D Data III
Wednesday PM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle de l’Europe
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
A Generalized Forward Projector for the Electron Back-scatter
Diffraction Modality: Marc De Graef1; 1Carnegie Mellon University
2:30 PM
Quantitative Fractography of Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Oilfield
Applications: Wei Chen1; John Williard1; Somesh Mukherjee1; John Stevens1;
Ting Chen2; Xingbo Liu2; 1Baker Hughes; 2West Viriginia University
2:50 PM Break
Session 22: Diffraction and Related Techniques IV
Wednesday PM
July 2, 2014
Room: Salle Verdi
Location: Imperial Palace Congress Center
2:00 PM Invited
Advances in Analysis of 3D Orientation Data Sets Obtained by FIBEBSD Tomography: Peter Konijnenberg1; Guillaume Stechmann1; Stefan
Zaefferer1; Dierk Raabe1; 1Max-Planck-Institute for Iron Research
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