Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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MM: Fachverband Metall- und Materialphysik

MM 39: Structural Materials (Steels, light-weight materials, high-temperature materials)

Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 15:00–17:45, H45

Sessions: Advanced steels; High temperature compounds

15:00 MM 39.1 Impact of Ferritic, Pearlite and Martensitic Micro-structured Steels and Geometric Length Scales on Micro Tensile Testing — •Jonas Kutschmann, Thomas Pretorius, Andreas Offergeld, Andreas Kern, and Gerhard Wilde
15:15 MM 39.2 High Temperature Chlorine Corrosion - Influence of additives on alkali-capture and the effect on corrosion in waste to energy plants — •Sebastian Pentz, Daniel Ott, Ferdinand Haider, and Ragnar Warnecke
15:30 MM 39.3 Theoretical modeling of interstitial carbon impurities in Fe-Mn paramagnetic alloysAlena Ponomareva, Bobur Mukhamedov, and •Igor Abrikosov
15:45 MM 39.4 Quantum-mechanical study of thermodynamic and magnetic properties of disordered Fe-Al phases with vacancies — •Ivana Miháliková, Martin Friák, David Holec, Nikola Koutná, and Mojmír Šob
  16:00 45 min. break
16:45 MM 39.5 Atomic force microscopy based electrical characterization of multiphase intermetallic TiAl alloys — •Markus Kratzer, Michael Huszar, Lisa Tengg, Helmut Clemens, Svea Mayer und Christian Teichert
17:00 MM 39.6 Magneto-crystalline anisotropy and magnetostriction of Fe2Ti — •Agnieszka L. Kozub, Alexander B. Shick, and Dominik Legut
17:15 MM 39.7 A quantum-mechanical study of thermodynamic and mechanical stability of Heusler-based Fe2AlCo polymorphs — •Martin Friák, Sabina Oweisová, Jana Pavlů, David Holec, and Mojmír Šob
17:30 MM 39.8 The surface and interface structures in nanofiber-reinforced ceramic matrix composites — •Yanhui Zhang and Stefano Sanvito
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