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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Metal Powder Synthesis and Processing
Sponsorship TMS Powder Materials Committee
Organizer(s) James D. Paramore, US Army Research Laboratory
Iver E. Anderson, Iowa State University Ames Laboratory
Kyle L. Tsaknopoulos, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Scope Metals powders have unique properties that make them useful for a wide range of applications, in which powder is either the final product or the feedstock. The production of powders from many metals is often non-trivial and/or energy/cost intensive. Furthermore, while being in powder form enables new processing techniques and material properties, it also presents new processing challenges in safety, purity, handling, flowability, etc. There is continual need for further understanding the underlying science of both synthesis and processing in order to improve optimization of the applications that utilize these materials. Furthermore, recent advances in related sciences and modeling capabilities have enabled new pathways and techniques to realize these goals.

This symposium will cover the fundamental aspects of metal powder synthesis and processing. Example topics include, but are not limited to, powder production, production of structural or functional materials from metal powder, unique properties of powders, purity, mixing/blending/dispersion, compaction, sintering, microstructural evolution and engineering, characterization of powder and/or bulk products made using powder feedstocks, qualification of powder/feedstock and/or bulk products, and embodied energy/cost. Presentations and posters on either modeling, experimental efforts, or a combined modeling and experimental approach are encouraged.

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided

A Framework for Powder Evaluation with Reuse in Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing
Engineering Amorphous Aluminum High Entropy Powder for Producing High Strength Cold Sprayed Deposits
Large Scale Manufacture and Processing of Nano-Crystalline Metal Powders by Mechanical Alloying (MA)
Mechanical Alloying and Thermal Stability of Amorphous Co-C Alloys
Microstructural Comparison of Metal Hydrides Fabricated Using Direct Hydriding and Powder Metallurgy Techniques
Mine-to-Market and Scrap Recycling Production of Low-Cost Near Carbon Neutral CP-Ti and Ti-6Al-4V
Phase Evolution Characteristics and Strengthening Mechanisms Analysis of Fe-42Ni ODS Invar Steels Prepared by Mechanical Alloying + Spark Plasma Sintering
Powder Production of Structural or Functional Two-phase from Metal Materials with an Intermetallic Structure
Processing of Selective Laser Melted Ti-5553 Aerospace Structures
Production Research of High-cut Steels by Methods of Hot Isostatic Pressing of Powder Materials
Resistance Sintering Solid-state Bonding Model
Synthesis and Characterization of Gas Atomized Ultra-high Strength Steel Powder Feedstock for Additive Manufacturing

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