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International Conference on Advanced Materials and Physical Metallurgy, will be organized around the theme “Evolution in Characterization of Metals and Materials”
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Advanced Materials, outlined here as materials, and their associated method technologies, with the potential to be exploited in high added merchandise, is each a multidisciplinary areas like physics, chemistry, applied math and cross-cutting over each technology areas like natural philosophy and photonics, biosciences and market sectors together with energy, transport, healthcare, packaging. Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology is a broad and knowledge base area of analysis and development activity that has been growing explosively worldwide within the past few years. It has the potential for revolutionizing the ways in which within which materials and product are created and also the range and nature of functionalities that may be accessed. Nano materials already having a big commercial impact, which is able to assuredly increase within the future.
- Track 1-1Energy Generation and Supply
- Track 1-2Defense and Security
- Track 1-3Materials for Portable Power Sources
- Track 1-4Smart and Multi-Functional Materials
- Track 1-5Bio Active and Bio Compatible Materials
- Track 1-6Nano-Foam
- Track 1-7DNA Nanotechnology
- Track 1-8Nanozymes
- Track 1-9Nano Metrology
- Track 1-10Green Technology
Metallurgy is also called the technology of science. It deals with the physical and chemical behavior of metals and their mixtures called alloys. Metallurgy again branched into two categories; they are black metallurgy which deals with the ferrous materials and colored metallurgy which deals with the non-ferrous materials. Metals and Metallurgy are bothered with the assembly of aluminiferous parts to be used in client or engineering merchandise. This involves the assembly of alloys, the shaping, the warmth treatment and therefore the surface treatment of the product. The task of the metallurgical engineer is to realize a balance between material properties like price, weight, strength, toughness, hardness, corrosion, fatigue resistance, and performance in temperature extremes. To realize this goal, the operative setting should be fastidiously thought of. In an exceeding water setting, ferric metals and a few metallic element alloys corrode quickly. Metals exposed to cold or refrigerant conditions might endure a ductile to brittle transition and lose their toughness, changing into a lot of brittle and at risk of cracking. Metals below continual cyclic loading will suffer from metal fatigue. Metals below constant stress at elevated temperatures will creep.
- Track 2-1Physical Metallurgy
- Track 2-2Extractive Metallurgy
- Track 2-3Mineral Processing
- Track 2-4Calcination
- Track 2-5Powder Metallurgy
Ceramics are the solid comprising metals which are primarily held in covalent and ionic bond. Ceramics are inorganic compounds constitutes of either non-metal or metalloids atoms. These are strong in compression, weak in shearing and stress. The material which is made up of two or more substances which are having their own respective individual chemical and physical properties together to form a different compound with different properties to the parent compounds are called composite materials. Ceramic composite materials or ceramic matrix materials are ceramic fibers rooted in a ceramic matrix, thus forming a ceramic fiber reinforced ceramic fibers.
- Track 3-1Nano-structured Ceramics
- Track 3-2Armor Ceramics
- Track 3-3Sintering
- Track 3-4Industrial and Advanced Composites
- Track 3-5Polymer, Ceramic and metal Matrix Composites
Engineering materials have toughness, good electric insulation, and ease of molding shape. These materials have low cost and available readily. Metal joining pieces and clamping screws are made of BRASS in these materials because of its specific properties like the ease of machine good electrical conductivity. These materials have properties such as electrical conductivity, strength, toughness, ease of forming by extrusion, forging and casting, machinability and corrosion resistance. Optical Materials are used for the transfer of light by the means that of reflective, absorbing, focusing or splitting of an optical beam. The result of those materials is very dependent on the various wavelengths. A wide range of researchers was conducted and leads to the development of lasers, thermal emission, photo-conductivity and optical fibers etc.
- Track 4-1Non Metallic Materials
- Track 4-2Ferrous Materials
- Track 4-3Non Ferrous Materials
- Track 4-4Natural Materials
- Track 4-5Synthetic materials
- Track 4-6Holography
- Track 4-7Opto-Acoustic Materials
- Track 4-8Optical Nano Structures
- Track 4-9Optical Sensors
- Track 4-10Photonic Crystals
Metals are used in engineering structures (e.g., automobiles, bridges, pressure vessels) because, in contrast to glass or ceramic, they can undergo appreciable plastic deformation before breaking. The most important mechanical properties of a metal are its yield stress, its ductility (measured by the elongation to fracture), and its toughness (measured by the energy absorbed in tearing the metal). The electrical conductivity of a metal (or its reciprocal, electrical resistivity) is determined by the ease of movement of electrons past the atoms under the influence of an electric field. When an electric current is passed through a coil of metal wire, a magnetic field is developed around the coil. This gives rise to magnetic properties of solids. Also, a special property of metal surfaces is their ability to catalyze chemical reactions.
- Track 5-1Metallic crystal structures
- Track 5-2Mechanical properties
- Track 5-3Electrical properties
- Track 5-4Magnetic properties
- Track 5-5Chemical properties
Almost all metals are used as alloys because these have properties superior to pure metals. Alloying is done for many reasons, typically to increase strength, increase corrosion resistance, or reduce costs. Casting consists of pouring molten metal into a mold, where it solidifies into the shape of the mold. The process was well established in the Bronze Age (beginning c. 3000 BC) when it was used to form most of the bronze pieces now found in museums. It is particularly valuable for the economical production of complex shapes, ranging from mass-produced parts for automobiles to one-of-a-kind production of statues, jewelry, or massive machinery.
- Track 6-1Alloying Processes and Metallurgy
- Track 6-2Sand casting
- Track 6-3Investment casting
- Track 6-4Centrifugal and continuous casting
- Track 6-5Metal molds
- Track 6-6Grain size
- Track 6-7Segregation
- Track 6-8Porosity
They are many promising small-scale energy harvesting materials used together with ceramics, single crystals, polymers, and composites. The aim of the energy harvesting materials isn't to come up with an immense quantity of power however to capture little amounts of power that's being wasted on the daily individual processes. These also are referred to as power harvesting or energy scavenging or ambient power materials, largely utilized in wearable natural philosophy and wireless device networks. Environmentally friendly, environment-friendly, eco-friendly, nature-friendly, and green are promoting claims pertaining to merchandise and services, laws, pointers and policies that intercommunicate reduced, minimal, or no harm within the least, upon ecosystems or the atmosphere.
- Track 7-1Piezoelectric Materials
- Track 7-2Thermoelectric Materials
- Track 7-3Pyro Electrical Materials
- Track 7-4Smart Transportation Intelligent System
- Track 7-5Pedal Electricity Generators
- Track 7-6Dynamo Mechanical Power
- Track 7-7Green Commerce and Analytical Methodologies
- Track 7-8Environmental Engineering and Protection
- Track 7-9Bio Fuels and Biogas
- Track 7-10Green Energy Prospects and Technology
Metalworking processes have been developed for specific applications, but these can be divided into five broad groups: rolling, extrusion, drawing, forging, and sheet-metal forming. The properties of an alloy of a given composition can change markedly with the microscopic arrangement of its crystalline grains called microstructure. To evaluate and control the microstructure of a sample, various types of the microscope are used, and the field is called metallography.
- Track 8-1Rolling
- Track 8-2Extrusion
- Track 8-3Drawing
- Track 8-4Sheet metal forming
- Track 8-5Forging
- Track 8-6Testing mechanical properties
- Track 8-7Optical microscopy
- Track 8-8Electron microscopy
Electronic Materials are materials studied and used principally for his or her electrical properties. The electrical response of materials mostly stems from the dynamics of electrons, and their interaction with atoms and molecules. a material will be classified as a conductor, semiconductor or material consistent with its response to associate degree external force field. Magnetic Materials is classified as belonging to at least one of 3 classes, counting on their magnetic properties. Paramagnetic and Ferromagnetic materials are those manufactured from atoms that have permanent magnetic moments. Diamagnetic materials are those manufactured from atoms that don't have permanent magnetic moments. Magnets can powerfully attract ferromagnetic materials, infirm attract paramagnetic materials, and infirm repel diamagnetic materials. Ferromagnetic materials have the most magnetic uses. The most sensible use for diamagnetic materials is in magnetic levitation.
- Track 9-1Electronic Packaging
- Track 9-2Superconductivity
- Track 9-3Conventional Superconductor
- Track 9-4High-temperature Superconductivity
- Track 9-5Rapidly Solidified Magnetic Nano-Wires and Sub-Micron Wires
- Track 9-6Fe-Al Alloys Magnetism
- Track 9-7Magneto Photonic Crystals
- Track 9-8M-Type Barium Hexagonal Ferrite Films
- Track 9-9Multiferroic Nano-Particles
- Track 9-10Magnetic Measurements
Biomaterials are the non-drug substances that are designed to act with the biological system either as a neighborhood of medical device or to modify or repair any broken organs or tissues. Biomaterials are derived either naturally or synthetically. currently a day’s many researches are happening relating to the Bio materials and Bio devices and brought an enormous change at intervals the medical field and lands up in development of Joint replacements, Bone plates, Intraocular lenses for eye surgery, Bone cement, Artificial ligaments and tendons, Dental implants for tooth fixation, vas prostheses, Heart valves, artificial tissue, anatomical structure replacements, Contact lenses, Breast implants, Drug delivery mechanisms, property materials, tube-shaped structure grafts, Stents, Nerve conduits, Surgical sutures, clips, and staples for wound closure, and Surgical mesh, Imaging and Visualization Devices.
- Track 10-1Rehabilitation Technology
- Track 10-2Wearable and Mobile Devices
- Track 10-3Diagnostic Devices
- Track 10-4Radio/Photo Therapy Devices
- Track 10-5Bio Device Fabrication
- Track 10-6Energy Harvesting for Bio Devices