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  • ISBN: 978-1-63266-000-8

    8th Pacific Rim International Congress on Advanced Materials and Processing 2013 (PRICM-8)

    Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA 4-9 August 2013

    Volume 1 of 4

    Editors: Fernand Marquis

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSPRICM-8: 8th Pacific Rim International

    Congress on Advanced Materials andProcessing

    Preface ................................................................................................. liiiAbout the Editor/Congress Organizers ............................................... lvii

    Symposium A. Materials for Energy

    Research and Production of Heavy Pipeline Plate for Submarine GasTransmission Lines at Shougang Steel .................................................. 3 S. Li, C. Zha, J. Li, and W. Ding

    Microstructure Characterization in Domestically-Made TP310HNbNAustenitic Stainless Steel After Creep Test ......................................... 13 S. Li, C. Zha, J. Li, and W. Ding

    Recent Niobium Developments for High Strength Steel EnergyApplications......................................................................................... 19 S. Jansto

    Synthesis, Characterization and Pseudo-Capacitive Performance ofMnOx/CNT Heteronanostructures ....................................................... 27 K. Mondal and C. Tsai

    Evaluation of the Electrical Resistance and Capacitance of a Di-Electric Electro-Active Polymer..................................................... 35 B. Ng, G. Lovhoiden, and J. Magbanua

    Electrochemical Performance of LIMN0.5-xNi0.5-xAl2xO2 byHydrothermal Method ......................................................................... 45 S. Woo, S. Lee, K. Lee, and Y. Yoon

    Electrochemical Deposition of High Purity Silicon in Molten Salts ... 51 G. Haarberg

    Nano Scale Energetic Materials: Theoretical and Experimental Updates ................................................................................................ 57 K. Martirosyan, Z. Ramazanova, and M. Zyskin

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    First Principles Studies of Mechanical Properties of Thoria ............... 65 B. Szupunar and J. Szpunar

    Characterization of the Crystallographic Textures and MechanicalAnisotropy Factors in Two Modifications of Zr-2.5Nb Pressure Tube Materials..................................................................................... 71 R. Fong, S. Vogel, R. Miller, and H. Saari

    Dispersion Characteristics of PAA (Polyacrylic Acid) for Tube Fouling Control in Nuclear Power Plant.............................................. 79 Y. Maeng, K. Kim, H. Kwon, K. Seong, and H. Yang

    Hydrogen Storage Performances of Mg20NI10-xMx (M=Cu, Co, Mn;X=0-4) Alloys Prepared by Melt Spinning.......................................... 85 D. Zhao, T. Zhai, T. Yang, Y. Lin, and Y. Zhang

    Evidence for Existence and Generality of Competitive Reactions during Hydrogenation of Mg/Cu Superlaminate Composites.............. 95 K. Tanaka, H. Takeshita, K. Shibata, Y. Nishida, K. Kurumatani, H. Miyamura, and S. Kikuchi

    Torrefaction of Yacon and Jerusalem Artichoke Stems as aContribution to the Alternative Production of Inulin......................... 103 V. Vesely, J. Sobek, J. Hanika, and M. Puncochar

    Poster Session

    Charpy Impacty Properties of ODS Ferritic Steels............................ 111 S. Ukai, W. Izawa, N. Oono, S. Hayashi, T. Sakamura, Y. Kohno, S. Ohtsuka, and T. Kaito

    Corrosion Problems in Heat Recovery for Water Heating ................ 119 E. Posada

    Diffusion Bonding of W/ODS Steel Using Pure Iron Insert for Fusion Reactor Applications.............................................................. 129 H. Noto, S. Taniguchi, H. Kurishita, S. Matsuo, and A. Kimura

    Durability and Cycling Stability of Copper Coated Titania Nanotube as Anode Materials for Li-Ion Battery .............................. 137 S. Kim, H. Eom, and S. Choi

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    Effect of Microstructure on Hydrogen Absorption Property in Hypereutectic Mg-31mass%Ni Hydrogen Absorption Alloy ............ 143 H. Saitoh and M. Kondo

    Hierarchical ZnO Nano-Tree Growth for High Efficiency Solar Cell .................................................................................................... 149 S. Ko and C. Grigoropoulos

    Investigation on Co-Combustion Kinetics of Anthracite Coal andBiomass Char by Thermogravimetric Analysis ................................. 155 G. Wang, J. Zhang, T. Xu, J. Shao, Z. Hu, and J. Qiu

    Investigation on Corrosion Behavior of High-Level Waste Container Materials ........................................................................... 167 Q. Xu, W. Wang, X. Pang, Q. Liu, and K. Gao

    Microstructure and Properties of Nano-Structured 9CR OxideDispersion Strengthened Steels Produced by Atomization and HotIsostatic Pressing ............................................................................... 181 R. Xie, Z. Lu, and C. Liu

    Renewable Thermoenergetic Resources in the PyrometallurgicalCopper Production Process................................................................ 189 M. Cirkovic, M. Mitovski, V. Trujic, A. Mitovski, and M. Bugarin

    Study on Super Stable All-Solid-State Battery at High Temperature....................................................................................... 197 S. Lee, S. Jee, and Y. Yoon

    Study on the Combustion Characteristics and Kinetics of PulverizedCoal in High Oxygen-Enriched Condition ........................................ 203 J. Shao, J. Zhang, Q. Tang, G. Wang, R. Mao, and H. Sun

    The Preparation and Electrochemical Performances of Al-Si/CNanocomposite Anode for Lithium Ion Battery ................................ 213 H. Kim, K. Tulugan, F. Xue, C. Liu, X. Dong, and W. Park

    Thermodynamic Evaluation for Formation of MgCu2 from MgH2 and Cu................................................................................................ 221 K. Shibata, K. Tanaka, K. Kurumatani, Y. Nishida, and H. Takeshita

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    Symposium B. Materials for the Environment

    Removing Pollutants from Water, Solar Energy

    Synthesis and Antibacterial Properties of Silver and Copper IonsAgainst Escherichia Coli, Salmonella Typhimurium, Staphylococcus Aureus and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa..................... 229 G. Shim, H. Eom, and S. Choi

    Interaction of Tourmaline Mineral Powders with Sea Water and ItsAnti-Microbial Properties.................................................................. 235 Y. Qi, Z. Zhang, and W. Li

    Catalysis, CO2, Structural Materials andPolymers

    Aragonite Precipitated Calcium Carbonate: A New Versatile Functional Filler for Light Weight Plastic ......................................... 243 T. Thriveni, U. Il, and J. Ahn

    Formation, Degradation, Recycling andRecovery of Materials

    Effect of PH on Susceptibility to Environment-Assisted Cracking ofAZ31 Mg Alloy ................................................................................. 255 T. Haruna and R. Kishimoto

    Electrochemical Impedance Characteristics of Sintered 7075Aluminum Alloy under SSRT Test ................................................... 261 S. Sunada and N. Nunomura

    Novel Self-Foaming Cellular Composites Produced from RecycledWater Potabilisation Sludge .............................................................. 269 F. Espejel-Ayala, R. Ramrez-Zamora, O. Gonzlez-Barcel, and R. Schouwenaars

    Electrochemical Formation of Tb Alloys in LiCl-KCl Eutectic Melts .................................................................................................. 277 H. Konishi, K. Mizuma, H. Ono, E. Takeuchi, T. Nohira, and T. Oishi

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    Poster Session

    Adsorption Kinetics of CeO2 Powders and Al Foam Loaded CeO2 .. 287 J. Chen, D. Yang, Y. Wei, J. Jiang, A. Ma, and D. Song

    Studies on the Structures and Optical Properties of TiO2 Doped withTransition Metals............................................................................... 295 X. Liu and Y. Fu

    Synthesis and Deposition of Catalytic CeO2 Nanocrystals via Aqueous Solution Process ................................................................. 307 M. Ozawa, K. Kobayashi, and M. Haneda

    Symposium C. Advanced High-TemperatureStructural Materials

    Advanced High-Temperature StructuralMaterials

    Coarsening Kinetics of Grain Boundary in a Cast Nickel BaseSuperalloy during Long Term Aging................................................. 317 Q, Zeng, M. Zhao, P. Yan, J. Li, J. Zhao, and L. Zhang

    Development of Economically Doped Heat-Resistant Nickel Single-Crystal Superalloys for Blades of Perspective Gas Turbine Engines.................................

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