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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2014
Symposium Materials Science of Additive Manufacturing
Organizer(s) Panagiotis (Pan) Michaleris, Penn State University
Brett P. Conner, Youngstown State University
Michael Blaszkiewicz, SABIC Innovative Plastics
Wayne E King, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Edward W Reutzel, ARL Penn State
Todd A. Palmer, Penn State
Crystal Morrison, PPG Industries, Inc.
Guha Manogharan, Pennsylvania State University
Scope Additive Manufacturing (AM) or“3D printing” is a rapidly expanding, multi-disciplinary field that uses various processes and materials to produce structures through layer-by-layer additive techniques, enabling new component designs and tailored structures. AM is moving beyond rapid prototypingparts and into direct fabrication of end-use products like gas turbine engine components and medical implants.The goal of this symposium is to promote informational exchange among academia, government labs, and industry on the materials aspects of AM: processing techniques, materials characterization, certification, modeling and simulation encompassing all AM materials (metals and alloys, polymers, ceramics, and biomaterials). Specific topics of interest include:

Processing: A given processing technique used to assemble the part defines the form and type of material employed. The processing parameters and any post-processing can influence the material properties and product usefulness. New processing techniques •thermal transport and solidification • residual stress and distortion • phase transformations •microstructure •in situ process monitoring and controls •process optimization.
Materials Characterization: The ability to characterize the material before, during, and after manufacture can provide understanding of processing effects on material behavior and knowledge for material selection criteria. Materials characterization techniques •test methods for properties of raw materials • test methods for AM-produced products.
Certification: Proper specifications for raw materials, processing parameters, and end-product performance can be employed to ensure successful finished parts. Qualification and certification of AM starting materials and end products.
Numerical Modeling and Simulation: Gathering the fundamental materials properties and processing effects to predict end product performance (process – structure – property) can provide guidance for new and existing processes. Numerical modeling • application of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME).
Abstracts Due 03/31/2014
Proceedings Plan Definite: A CD-only volume

A Line Heat Input Model for Additive Manufacturing
A New Architecture for Microstructural Predictions and Crystal Plasticity Simulations of Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing and Overlays of Nickel Alloys by Laser Hot Wire Cladding
Additive Manufacturing Materials: An Inter-Laboratory Study
Advanced High Temperature Thermoplastics Manufactured Using Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling
Advanced Materials Processing by Electron Beam Melting
An Experimental Investigation into Residual Stresses in Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel
Anisotropic Creep Properties of Inconel 718 Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting
Characterization of Anisotropic Plasticity and Fracture Properties of Ti-6Al-4V Components Fabricated Using Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition
Characterizing the High Strain Rate Mechanical Behavior of Stainless Steel 316L Processed by Selective Laser Melting
Composite Matrix Polymers for Improved Thermal Conductivity in 3D Printed Thermoplastic Materials
Computational Through-process Modeling for Cold Sprayed Alloy Optimization
Continuum Modeling and Simulation for Selective Laser Melting Metal Powder Additive Manufacturing
Customizable Monofilaments to Advance Material Extrusion 3D Printing
Design-optimization of Additive Manufactured Components with Variable-density Cubic Cellular Structure
Development of Low-alloy High-strength Steel Process Parameters for DMLS
Development of Processing-structure-property Relationships for Rapid Certification of Ti-6Al-4V Components Produced Using Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition
Direct-ink Writing of 3D Periodic Graphene Aerogels
Effect of Inter-layer Dwell Time on Distortion, Residual Stress, and Microstructure in Titanium and Nickel Alloy Components Produced by Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition
Effect of Process Variables on Solidification Microstructure in Beam-based Additive Manufacturing of Inconel 718
Engineering Thermoplastics for Use in Additive Manufacturing
Experimental Verification of Through-process Modeling of Cold Spray Al Alloys
Grain Structure Heterogeneity in Biomedical Co-Cr-Mo-N Alloy Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
Hot Wire Laser Cladding as an Additive Manufacturing Process
Integrated Control of Solidification Microstructure and Melt Pool Dimensions in Electron Beam Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing Processes
Laser Beam: Material Interaction and Thermal Absorption Model Validation
Laser Deposited In Situ TiC and Graphite Reinforced Nickel Matrix Composites: Microstructure and Tribological Properties
Metal Alloy Characterization and Design for 3-D Metal Printing Applications
Microstructural and Porosity Characterization during the Sintering Process of 420 Stainless Steel Samples Using Powder Based 3D Printing
Microstructural Evaluation of Ti-6Al-4V Made by Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing
Non-contact Thermometry and Imaging in Additive Manufacturing: Challenges and Opportunities
Novel Strategies for Control of Microstructure in Directed-energy Additive Manufacturing of Metal Parts
Overcoming Mechanical Property Degradation in Recycling 3D Printed Polymeric Specimens
Physics Based Modeling of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process Applied to Inconel 718
Prediction of Melt Pool Profiles for Selective Laser Melting of AlSi10Mg
Qualification of Additive Manufacturing Processes
Quantitative Characterization of Microstructure Evolution during Pulsed-laser-induced Rapid Solidification in Al-Cu Alloys Using In-situ Transmission electron Microscopy
Reducing Solidification Cracking during Selective Laser Sintering of Heat Treatable Aluminum Alloys
Residual Stress and Distortion Modeling of Electron Beam Deposited Ti-6Al-4V
Selective Laser Melting of TiNi Shape Memory Alloys: Microstructural and Structural Integrity Development
Simulation-assisted Rapid Solidification of Titanium Aluminides for Additive Manufacture
Sintering Behavior of Components Produced by Additive Manufacturing Using Gas Versus Water Atomized 420 Stainless Steels Powders
Structure-property Relationship of 3D Printed Ceramic and Foam Structures
Texture Development in AlSi10Mg Alloy Due to Selective Laser Melting
The Development of Laser Cold Spray for Spatiotemporal Microstructural Control of Ti-6Al-4V Deposits
The Engineering of Powder Blends for Selective Laser Melting
Therm-mechanical Model Development of Directed Energy Deposition of Additive Manufacturing
Thermal Characterization of Direct Metal Deposition
Thermodynamic and Kinetic Modeling of Ti-6Al-4V Directed Laser Deposition Additive Manufacturing
Understanding Polymer Properties for Additively Manufactured Medical Devices
Use of Computational Methods to Optimize Additive Manufacturing Outcomes

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