Participation in the ICEAF Conference – 21-23 June 2023
NanoMECommons project was present at the 7th International Conference of Engineering Against Failure (ICEAF), held in Spetses, Greece, on the 21-23 June.
Prof. Costas Charitidis, Partner Coordinator from NTUA, led the session: Advanced and AI-enhanced nanomechanics for materials assessment and prognostic. The presentations given by partners at this session were:
- A method for the correlation of microstructure with nanomechanical properties in Advanced High Strength Steels for automotive applications (NTUA, CRF, UniRomaTre)
- Phase mapping and identification of complex multiphase CuWCrTi material using Nanoindentation testing and Nanoindentation mapping (NTUA, ESRF, Montanuniversität Leoben).
- Nanomechanical testing of printed nanolayers for application in ¬flexible organic printed electronics devices (LTFN).
- Correlation between structure and mechanical properties in a-quartz single crystal by nanoindentation and Confocal Raman microscopy (CSIC, NTUA)
In the afternoon, during the session Structural Integrity and Processing Challenges of Additively Manufactured Materials, CONIFY presented their common work with SINTEF and IRES in the project. The presentation was titled: Phase-separated properties based on the multi-technique nanomechanical characterisation methodologies of ferrite and austenite in 2205 duplex and 2507 super duplex stainless steel produced via Laser Powder Bed Fusion