The purpose of this workshop is to present and discuss leading-edge developments in characterization and modelling of materials under extreme loading conditions.
The focus lies on characterization and modelling of materials under high thermal and mechanical loads including high numbers of loading cycles. The presented industrial application cases range from structural components (railway sector, ...) via industrial production (machining tools, ...) to aerospace applications (aero engines, ...).

Presentations of this Workshop (preliminary titles):

  • "On the design rules for self healing metals, metallo-ceramics and ceramics"
    S. van der Zwaag, Novel Aerospace Materials group, Faculty Aerospace Engineering, Delft, Netherlands
  • "Materials development for turbine disks"
    M. Stockinger, Montanuniversität Leoben - Chair for metal forming, Leoben, Austria
  • "Fatigue crack growth at temperatures up to 800°C - measurement and prediction"
    J. Maierhofer, Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH & R. Pippan, Austrian Academy of Sciences - Erich Schmid Institute, Leoben, Austria
  • "Hydrogen in action - in situ experiments under hydrogen loading"
    A. Drexler & W. Costin, Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH, Leoben, Austria
  • "Material development for metal machning tools"
    Ch. Czettl, Ceratizit Austria GmbH, Reutte, Austria
  • "Coating development for machining tools"
    N. Schalk & M. Tkadletz, Montanuniversität Leoben - Chair of Functional Materials and Materials Systems, Leoben, Austria
  • "Modelling and simulation of materials in rolling contact phenomena"
    W. Daves, Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH & S. Scheriau, voestalpine Schienen GmbH, Leoben, Austria

… and more

Materials under extreme conditions, image: MCL

Exaple for cyclic materials testing at high temperatures, image: MCL
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