OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Feb. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Nanomechanics Inc., will showcase its unique nanoindentation products at booth 526, Exhibit Hall B, at TMS 2016, with company president and international nanoindentation expert, Warren Oliver, PhD, also in attendance. The 145th annual meeting of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society will be held Feb. 14-18, in Nashville, Tennessee at the Tennessee Music City Center.
"TMS plays a pivotal role in the world of materials science," said Sebastian Ward, vice president of sales and marketing at Nanomechanics, Inc. "It gives companies that are researching and testing material properties a platform by which they can introduce new clients to their products, disseminate their research and learn valuable skills. We're proud to participate in this top-flight trade conference and it provides a great opportunity to connect with our fellow engineers and researchers from around the globe."
Nanomechanics Inc., leads the field of small-scale mechanical testing with innovative products like iMicro and iNano nanoindenters. The company invites attendees to stop by Booth 526, Exhibit Hall B, throughout the convention to meet members of the team and view the following nanoindentation-related products: iNano, iMicro, Nanoblitz and Nanoflip. Warren Oliver will also be available to meet attendees and discuss the products. The exhibit hall is open from 2 p.m., Monday, February 15, 2016, through 2 p.m., Wednesday, February 17.
In addition to the booth, Nanomechanics researchers and engineers, Dr. Kurt Johanns and Dr. P. Sudharshan Phani, will present at a poster session with Nannan Tian, PhD, applications scientist at Nanoscience Instruments. They will speak on the "Direct Comparison between High Temperature Nanoindentation Creep and Uniaxial Creep Measurements." The presentation will be held at 6:30 p.m. CST, Wednesday, Feb. 17 in Hall C at the Tennessee Music City Center, located at 201 5th Avenue South in Nashville.
"Measuring the uniaxial creep response from nanoindentation has been of great interest to the small-scale mechanics community," said Johanns. "And our team's research results indicate that nanoindentation-based techniques can be simple, quick and cost effective for high temperature mechanical characterization of small volumes of materials."
Nanomechanics, Inc.'s unique designs allow the company's testing products to meet both industrial and academic needs with unparalleled speed, accuracy, precision and simplicity, and with the lowest cost-of-ownership in the industry.
About TMS 2016
The 145th annual meeting and exhibition of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society will be held Feb. 14-18, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee. The trade show gives professionals in the global minerals, metals and materials community the opportunity to attend technical symposia, present technical papers to peers, learn new skills and network with other professionals in the industry.
About Nanomechanics, Inc.
Nanomechanics Inc., was developed by scientists and engineers with unparalleled expertise in materials science, precision mechanical design and advanced instrumentation software. Over the last 20 years, Nanomechanics has remained at the forefront of nanoscale mechanical testing technology. With decades of experience in the fields of nanomechanics and advanced instrumentation in OEM products and custom solutions, Nanomechanics Inc., strives to provide high performance modular devices and software that are designed for precision and ease-of use by the end user. To learn more about what Nanomechanics Inc., is doing worldwide, please visit http://nanomechanicsinc.com/ or contact us at info (at) nanomechanicsinc (dot) com.
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