24th Annual Conference on Fossil Energy Materials 
May 25-27, 2010

Table of Contents


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

Session 1

  • New High Temperature Fe-Based Alloys
    Chris Cowen, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Computational Design and Experimental Verification of Refractory Metal-Based Alloys
    Omer Dogan, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Computational and Experimental Development of Novel High Temperature Alloys
    Matthew Kramer, Ames Laboratory
  • Qualification of New, Commercial ODS Alloys
    Sebastian Dryepondt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Joining Technologies for Coal Power Applications
    Scott Weil, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Atomization and Powder Processing of High Temperature Ferritic Stainless Steel
    Iver Anderson, Ames Laboratory
  • ODS Coating Development by Cold Spray Method Using Powder Mix Prepared By Combined MCB and Ball Milling Processes
    Bruce Kang, West Virgina University

Session 2

  • Improving the Performance of Creep-Strength-Enhanced Ferritic Steels
    Mike Santella, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Materials Performance of Structural Alloys in Simulated Oxy-Fuel Environments
    Ken Natesan, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Fireside Corrosion Environments in Coal-Fired Utility Boilers
    Steve Kung, Babcock & Wilcox
  • High Temperature Oxidation Issues in Fossil Boilers
    Bruce Pint, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Bespoke Materials Surfaces
    Beth Armstrong, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Microstructure, Processing, Performance Relationships for High Temperature Coatings
    Thomas Lillo, Idaho National Laboratory

Session 3

  • Strengthening Concepts, Microstructural Control and Failure Mechanisms in Steam for Ni-Base Alloys in Advanced USC Boilers and Steam Turbines
    Jeff Hawk, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Materials for Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Steam Boilers
    Mike Santella, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Materials for Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Steam Service – Turbines
    Phil Maziasz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Computational Modeling and Assessment of Nanocoatings for Ultra-Supercritical Boilers
    David Gandy, Electric Power Research institute (EPRI)
  • Materials Performance in USC Steam
    Gordon Holcomb, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Session 4

  • Addressing Materials Processing Issues in Components for Advanced Power Generation
    Paul Jablonski, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Next Generation Energy Storage Materials
    Todd Gardner, National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • Development of NDE methods for ceramic coatings
    J.G.Sun, Argonne National Laboratory
  • US/UK Update
  • Closing Remarks
    Robert Romanosky, National Energy Technology Laboratory

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