Corossion, Damge Mechanism, Fracture Mechanics, HEDE, HELP, Hydrogen Embrittlement, Hydrogen Enhanced Decohesion (HEDE), Hydrogen-Enhanced Local Plasticity (HELP), Materials, Materials Characterization, Materials Science
14th International Conference on Fracture (ICF14) will be held in the island of
Rhodes (Greece, June 18-23, 2017). For more information about ICF14
please, log on to the conference web page http://www.icf14.org
Prof. Emmanuel Gdoutos, Conference Chairman asked Prof. Robert Akid
(University of Manchester), Prof. Ihor Dmytrakh (Karpenko Physico-Mechanical Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) and me as the members of the Scientific Advisory Board of ICF14 to organize the special symposium/sessions titled:
“Fatigue and fracture in aggressive environments: mechanisms and risk
within the frame of the Conference Programme.
We plan that this special symposium will cover the many important and actual
aspects of a general problem “Environmentally Assisted Fracture” including the following three main topic areas:
1. Stress Corrosion Cracking,
2. Corrosion Fatigue and
3. Hydrogen Embrittlement.
Our aim is to bring together top scientists and researchers in the field of environmentally assisted fracture and hydrogen embrittlement in order to present the lastest achievements in fatigue, stress corrosion cracking and fracture in aggressive environments research and the current state of the art in understanding of hydrogen embrittlement phenomena.
We kindly invite you and your colleagues to participation in
this event. Please feel free to submit your Abstracts online before October 30, 2016.
We are looking forward to hearing from you and working closely with
you for the organization of a successful symposium.
Important Conference Dates:
– Second Announcement: December, 2015
– Submission of Abstracts: October 30, 2016
– Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: December, 2016
– Conference: June, 2017
For more information about 14th International
Conference on Fracture (ICF14) and the special symposium titled: “Fatigue and fracture in aggressive environments: mechanisms and risk
assessment”, which will be held in the island of
Rhodes (Greece, June 18-23, 2017) please, log on to the conference web page: http://www.icf14.org
Founded by Professor T. Yokobori in 1965, the International Congress on Fracture (ICF) is today the premier international body for promotion of worldwide cooperation among scientists and engineers concerned with the mechanics and mechanisms of fracture, fatigue and strength of solids. Over the years, ICF has made considerable progress in providing an international forum for highlighting individual and national accomplishments in the overall field of fracture. For more information about ICF please visit: http://www.icfweb.org/
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