SPECIAL SESSION 13
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION OF LIGHT MATERIALS (SS13)
Long-term reliability of materials in usage environments is one of the most important properties for structural and functional materials. The purpose of the Environmental Degradation of Materials special session is to foster an exchange of ideas about such problems and their remedies in structural and functional materials in various environments. The session will cover material problems facing light alloys (Aluminium, Titanium and Magnesium)

KEYWORDS:
Corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen embrittlement, Aluminium, Titanium and Magnesium alloys.



Organiser(s):

Dr. Guy Ben-Hamu
Sami Shamoon College of Engineering,
Israel
guy@sce.ac.il

OPENING TALK:
‘DEVELOPMENT OF NEW WROUGHT MG ALLOYS: IMPROVING THE CORROSION RESISTANCE BY ADDITION OF ALLOYING ELEMENTS’
Abstract in .pdf (here)

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S):

COMPREHENSIVE EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL SCREENING OF MAGNESIUM DISSOLUTION MODULATORS (INHIBITORS AND PROMOTERS)
Dr. Sviatlana Lamaka
MagIC - Magnesium Innovation Center,

Germany
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘DEVELOPMENT OF CORROSION RESISTANT MAGNESIUM ALLOYS’
Dr. Bong Sun You

Korea Institute of Materials Science,

Korea
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CORROSION CONTROL OF BIODEGRADABLE ALLOYS AND THE POSSIBLE ACHIEVEMENT OF AN APPROVED MAGNESIUM PRODUCT’
Prof. Amir Eliezer

SCE - Sami Shamoon College of Engineering,
Israel
Abstract in .pdf (here)