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The 26th Annual Conference on Fossil Energy Materials

The 26th Annual Conference on Fossil Energy Materials.

April 17-19, 2012

Table of Contents


  • Introduction and Opening Remarks
    Robert Romanosky, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Session 1
Session Chair: Paul Jablonski, National Energy Techchnology Laboratory

  • New High Energy Density Mg Battery Concepts for Electrical Energy Storage
    Preshant Kumta, University of Pittsburgh
  • Optical Thin Films for Gas Sensing in Advanced Coal Fired Power Plants
    Paul Ohodnicki, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Development of NDE Methods for Ceramic Coatings
    J.G. Sun, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Oxy-Combustion Environment Characterization: Fire- and Steam-Side Corrosion in Advanced Combustion
    Gordon Holcomb, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Effects of H2O and CO2 on the Selective Oxidation of Iron and Nickel Base Alloys
    Jerry Meier, University of Pittsburgh
  • Computational Modeling of Microstructural Evolution in Alloys for Advanced Fossil Power Systems
    Youhai Wen, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Addressing Materials Processing Issues for USC Steam Turbines
    Paul Jablonski, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Session 2: 
Session Chair: Mary Anne Alvin, National Energy Techchnology Laboratory

  • Multiscale Design of Materials
    Richard LeSar/Mark Bryden, Ames Laboratory
  • Computational Design of Creep-Resistant Alloys and Experimental Validation Ferritic Superalloys
    Peter Liaw, University of Tennessee
  • Modeling Creep-Fatigue-Environment Interactions in Steam Turbine Rotor Materials for Advanced Ultrasupercritical Coal Power Plants
    Chen Shen, General Electric Global Research
  • Electronic Structure and Mechanical Properties of 20 MAX Phase Compounds
    Wai-Yim Ching, University of Missouri, Kansas City
  • Ab-Initio and Multi-Scale Study of Al-Ni-Fe Alloy Systems
    Alex Vasenkov and Hyunwook Kwak, CFD Research Corporation; Yunkyung Shin and Adri van Duin, Pennsylvania State University
  • Computational and Experimental Development of Novel High Temperature Alloys
    Matthew Kramer, Ames Laboratory

Session 3: 
Session Chair: Peter Tortorelli, Oak Ridge national Labortatory

  • The Role of Coal Ash in the Corrosion Performance of Structural Alloys in Simulated Oxy-Fuel Environments
    Ken Natesan, Argonne National Laboratory Prediction of Fireside
  • Development of Computational Models to Predict Boiler Tube Corrosion in Advanced Combustion Systems
    Steve Kung, Babcock & Wilcox
  • Understanding Corrosion Mechanisms in Oxy-Fired Systems
    Bruce Pint, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Atomization and Powder Processing of High Temperature Ferriti Stainless Steel
    Iver Anderson, Ames Laboratory
  • Bespoke Material Surfaces
    Beth Armstrong, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • High Temperature Corrosion Behavior of HVOF, Fe3Al Coatings
    Thomas Lillo, Idaho National Laboratory

Session 4: 
Session Chair: Pat Rawls, National Energy Technology Laboratory

  • Improving the Performance of Creep Strength-Enhanced Ferritic Steels
    Yukinori Yamamoto, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Materials for Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Steam Service – Turbines
    Phil Maziasz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Materials for Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Steam Service – Boilers
    Peter Tortorelli, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Joining of Advanced High-Temperature Materials
    Glen Grant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Qualification of New Commercial ODS Alloys
    Sebastian Dryepondt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Low-Cost Fabrication of ODS Materials
    Glen Grant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Closing Remarks
    Regis Conrad, U.S. Department of Energy

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