ic-rmm2

2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY
AND MODELING OF MATERIALS

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, 5-9 October, 2015.

 
 
 
 
 
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SESSION 14: Rheology of Molten Metals and Glasses (RMMG)


The first kilns to melt metals were prepared and used by the caveman more than 12,000 years ago and metallic and glass items for everyday use are already produced in several thousands of years. Since then the metals and glasses are playing an important role also as construction and engineering materials. Examining and investigating the chemical, physical and rheological properties of melted metals, alloys and glasses the scientists and researchers have made significant progresses not only in colloid science and technology under high temperatures but in research of thermal and structural transformations during the solidification and consolidations of these materials. Today the rheological investigations of melted metals, alloys and glasses are combined with the basic characteristics like surface wetness, surface adsorption, crystallization processes and crystallographic defects, anionic and cationic exchange capacities, physical and chemical properties at nanometre scale. In our days the rheological properties, behaviors and crystal-growth interactions also have been object of a great scientific interest.

Session RMMG provides a platform among leading scientists, engineers and researchers both of rheology and materials science including engineers, physicists, chemists, metallurgists, mathematicians, students and PhD students for simulation and discussion about recent achievements in rheology and in research and development of material structures and physical, chemical and rheological properties of melted metals and glasses.

 

Chairs

 

Dr. Dmitry BORIN

Technical University of Dresden

(Germany)

E-mail: dmitry.borin@tu-dresden.de

 

Prof. Dr. Sumath SHANKAR

McGill University

(Canada)

shankar@mcmaster.ca

 

MS. Csilla PARÓCZAI

Guardian Orosháza Glass Ltd

(Hungary)

cparoczai@guardian.com

 

Session Topics

 

Rheology and mechanical properties of melted metals, alloys and glasses

Rheological behaviors of melted metals, alloys and glasses under flows, mechanical stresses, temperatures and times

Influence of phase transition and solidification an rheological properties of melted metals, alloys and glasses

Influence of thermal treatment and thermo-mechanical residual stresses on rheological behaviors and properties of melted metals, alloys and glasses

Rheological properties and mechanical stress absorbing, dissipation and relaxation in melted metals, alloys and glasses and they intermediate and products

Relationships between rheological properties and material compositions of melted metals, alloys and glasses

Measurement of rheological properties of melted metals, alloys and glasses – methods, equipments and applications

Mechanical, mathematical and computer modeling and simulation of rheological properties and behaviors of melted metals, alloys and glasses

 

All abstracts of scientific works related to methods and applications of rheological behaviors, rheological measurements, rheological modeling, material structures and phase transitions of melted metals, alloys and glasses are welcome in this session.

 
 
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