Residual Stress


SEM Residual Stress Technical Division
Tommaso Grossi; Matthew Roy; Nicholas Bachus; Ritin Mathews; Thomas Berfield


The Residual Stress Technical Division Track invites abstract submissions in all areas of experimental residual stress analysis research. Efforts of particular interest include fundamental and applied research using mechanical stress-relaxation techniques, diffraction-based methodologies, hybrid approaches, new advances in residual stress measurement, and novel applications and materials. For the 2024 SEM Annual Conference Residual Stress Track, the RS Technical Division is soliciting abstracts for the Full Paper, Extended Abstract, and Oral Presentation-Only categories. Awards will be given that recognize the best papers submitted and best presentations given within the RS Track.

Proposed sessions for the 2024 SEM Annual Conference include, but are not limited to:

  • New Approaches in Residual Stress Measurement
  • Inverse Methods and Residual Stress
  • Solidification Processes and Additive Manufacturing Related Residual Stress
  • Synchrotron-Based Mechanics Measurements