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Meeting 10th International Symposium on Superalloy 718 and Derivatives (2023)
Symposium Superalloy 718 and Derivatives
Presentation Title Linking Stress Rupture Properties to Processing Parameters of HAYNES« 718 Nickel Superalloy via Machine Learning
Author(s) David E Farache, George M Nishibuchi, John G Gulley, Sebastian Elizondo, Alex Post, Kyle Stubbs, Keith Kruger, Arun Mannodi-Kanakkithodi, Michael S. Titus
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Michael S. Titus
Abstract Scope Requirements of stress rupture life and elongation of nickel alloy 718 are often prescribed by specification AMS5596 or AMS5663, which broadly state that the stress rupture life and elongation must exceed 23 h and 4% at 649 ║C (1200 ║F), respectively. Variability in product stress-rupture life can range from less than 2 h to more than 1000 h, which can cause significant delays for testing, shipping, and delivery of product. In this work, we predict the stress-rupture life and elongation of HAYNES« 718 sheet product utilizing machine learning models. The models utilized data from 448 lots of material and inputs including composition, room temperature mechanical property data, processing data such as finish gauge, total reduction, final reduction, rule of mixture average properties including density, electronegativity, and bulk and Young’s modulus, and environmental factors such as daily maximum and minimum temperatures and humidity. Different sets of input features were chosen from the highest absolute Pearson correlation values, Gini coefficient, SHAP, and SISSO analysis, and four separate random forest models were trained using an 80%-20% split between training and testing data. The resulting mean squared errors of best performing models of stress-rupture life and elongations were 102 h and 7.2%, respectively. Input features of highest importance were observed to be room temperature tensile properties, finish gauge, and tramp elements such as Co, P, and Si. These models can be utilized to accelerate acceptance testing of 718 product by identifying product exhibiting anomalously low or high creep rupture life and elongation.
Proceedings Inclusion? Definite: At-meeting proceedings

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Compatibility of Wrought Superalloys with Supercritical CO2
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Correlating Alloy 718 and Haynes 282 Solidification Microstructures to Local Thermal History using Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process Monitoring
Design of Graded Transition Interlayer for Joining Inconel 740H Superalloy with P91 Steel using Wire-arc Additive Manufacturing
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In-situ HT-EBSD Measurements and Calibration of Multi-class Model for Grain Growth and δ-phase Dissolution Kinetics of Alloy 718
IN718 Cold Gas Repair Spray of Large Cavities – Microstructure and Residual Stresses
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Investigating the Influence of Build Parameters and Porosity on Fatigue of AM IN718
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Local Assessment of Mechanical Properties in Forged Alloy 718 Components Based on the Simulation of the Microstructure Evolution During Production
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Preferential γ' Precipitation on Coherent Annealing Twin Boundaries in Alloy 718
Segregation and Freckles in Alloy 718 and Related Alloys
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