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Workshop: Engineering


120 Physical Sciences Building
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY


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"Emerging Frontiers in Engineering using Synchrotron Radiation"

Wednesday, June 7th
08:30 Registration PSB West Pavillion
Session 1: Measuring and Modeling Damage Evolution
Organizer: Darren Pagan, CHESS
08:50 Welcome - Joel Brock (Director, CHESS) PSB 120
08:55 Session goals - Darren Pagan (CHESS) PSB 120
09:00 Nathan Barton (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) "Modeling Microstructural Effects on Porosity Evolution" PSB 120
09:45 James Hunter (Los Alamos National Laboratory) "Synchrotron Based X-Ray Computed Tomography for Damage Evolution Studies" PSB 120
10:15 Break Clark Atrium
10:30 Ricardo Lebensohn (Los Alamos National Laboratory) "Towards an integrated experimental/modelling framework to account for microstructural effects on ductile damage evolution" PSB 120
11:15 Ryan Ott (Ames Laboratory) "Real-time synchrotron X-ray characterization of phase transformations and deformation in metals and alloys" PSB 120
12:00 Lunch
Clark Atrium
Session 2: Quantifying Stress using X-ray diffraction under Multiaxial Loading Conditions
Organizer: Darren Pagan, CHESS
13:30 Session goals - Darren Pagan (CHESS) PSB 120
13:40 Paul Shade (Air Force Research Laboratory) "Advanced in situ loading environments for high energy synchrotron x-ray experiments" PSB 120
14:25 Garrison Hommer (Colorado School of Mines) "A New in situ Planar Biaxial Far-Field High Energy Diffraction Microscopy Experiment: Application to Micromechanics of Biaxial Dwell Fatigue in Ti-7Al" PSB 120
15:10 Break Clark Atrium
15:25 Ryan Hurley (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University) "Understanding Mechanics and Stress Transmission in Granular Solids by Combining 3D X-ray Diffraction and X-ray Computed Tomography" PSB 120
16:15 CHESS: User Posters Baker Atrium
18:00 Reception and Dinner Wilson Lab Lawn
20:00 Adjourn