Symposium

E02: Experimental and Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics

Belongs to:
TopicE: Modelling and Simulation

The symposium will focus on experimental investigations, modeling and simulation of thermodynamic and kinetic properties for engineering materials (metallic alloys, ceramics, semiconductors, composites) and whole devices for energy applications (e.g. lithium batteries, turbine components, PCM systems). There is a major progress to report in experimental research on thermodynamics, phase diagrams and materials kinetics including new methodologies in e.g. calorimetry, electrochemistry, high throughput methods, multi-couple diffusion experiments and local chemical analysis. Additionally, data and results from computational thermodynamics and kinetics are progressively used to extend computer databases and develop advanced software for application oriented simulations. These advanced approaches increasingly allow the coupling of thermodynamic and kinetic data with related electrochemical, thermophysical and mechanical properties. This symposium will give insight on recent developments and progress.

 

Contributions are invited on:

  • Experimental studies on thermodynamic (chemical potentials, enthalpies, heat capacities), electrochemical and kinetic properties (diffusion data)
  • Modeling and calculation of phase diagrams and thermodynamic functions using methods in computational thermodynamics, e.g. Ab-initio and Calphad (computer coupling of phase diagrams and thermochemistry
  • Modeling and calculation of phase diagrams and thermodynamic functions using methods in computational thermodynamics, e.g. Ab-initio and Calphad (computer coupling of phase diagrams and thermochemistry
  • Application of thermodynamic and kinetic data for improvement and development of innovative engineering and functional materials and whole functional devices
  • Coupling of thermodynamic and kinetic data with other related materials properties

Wednesday (28.09.2016)

Thursday (29.09.2016)

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