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22nd Annual Conference on Fossil Energy Materials 
July 8-10, 2008

Table of Contents

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PRESENTATIONS

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

Session 1

  • Development of Alumina-Forming Austenitic Stainless Steels
    Yukinori Yamamoto, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Nanoprecipitates via Internal Oxidation 
    Joachim Schneibel, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Room-Temperature Ductility Enhancement of Mo Alloys with Nano-Sized Metal Oxide Dispersions
    Bruce Kang, West Virginia University
  • Update on the Status of ODS Alloys for Fossil Energy Applications 
    Ian Wright, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Control of Defects and Microstructure in ODS Alloys
    Andrew Jones, University of Liverpool
  • Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Alloys for Fossil Energy Applications 
    Bimal Kad, University of California - San Diego
  • Development of Fireside Corrosion Models for Advanced Combustion Systems
    Steve Kung, Babcock & Wilcox Company

Session 2

  • Materials Performance in CO2 and CO2-Steam Environments 
    Ken Natesan, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Steam Turbine Materials and Corrosion 
    Gordon Holcomb, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Materials and Component Development for Advanced Turbine Systems 
    Mary Anne Alvin, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Advanced Pressure Boundary Materials 
    Michael Santella, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Advanced Processing of Metallic Powders for Fossil Energy Applications 
    Iver Anderson, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University
  • Computational and Experimental Development of Novel High Temperature Alloys 
    Matthew J. Kramer, Ames Laboratory and Iowa State University
  • Advanced Materials Research in the European Community
    John Oakey
    , Cranfield University

Session 3

  • Performance of Al-Rich Oxidation-Resistant Coatings for Fe-Base Alloys
    Ying Zhang, Tennessee Technological University
  • Development of Metallic Slurry Coatings
    Beth Armstrong, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Development of Nondestructive Evaluation Methods for Thermal Barrier Coatings 
    J.G. Sun, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Aluminide Coatings for Power Generation Applications 
    Ying Zhang, Tennessee Technological University
  • Microstructure, Processing, Performance Relationships for High Temperature Coatings
    Thomas Lillo, Idaho National Laboratory
  • Computational Modeling and Assessment of NanoCoatings for UltraSupercritical Boilers
    Kent Coleman, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Session 4

  • Commercial Process for Silicon Carbide Fibrils 
    Richard Nixdorf, ReMaxCo Technologies, Inc.
  • Development of a Porous Support for Thin Palladium Membranes
    Stephen Paglieri, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Sealing/Joining Technology for Gas Separation Membranes
    K. Scott Weil, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Integrated Design of Refractory Metal Based Alloys for Fossil Energy Applications
    Omer Dogan, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • The Wear and Corrosion of the High Chrome Oxide Linings used in Air-Cooled, Slagging Coal Gasifiers
    Cynthia Powell, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Closing Remarks
    Robert Romanosky, National Energy Technology Laboratory

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