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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design and Alloy Development
Sponsorship TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Behrang Poorganji, GE Additive
James E. Saal
Hunter Martin, HRL Labs
Orlando Rios, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Scope Additive manufacturing technologies are revolutionizing not only modern component design but also materials design and evolution across many industries. Conventional alloys are designed based on constraints of conventional materials processing and manufacturing technologies such as casting, forging and hot rolling or sheet metal forming. Additive manufacturing technologies however, providing different freedom and limitation in alloy design and development. Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM), Electron Beam Melting (EBM), and Direct Energy Disposition (DED) processes are fundamentally working based on the solid to liquid, and liquid to solid phase transformations in each process layer. However, the unique solidification conditions during these processes have made expanding current conventional alloys to Additive Manufacturing difficult, and made the introduction of new designed materials a technology challenge. Difficulties of interest include hot tearing and solidification cracking, secondary deleterious phase formation, porosity and vaporization, melt-pool stability, etc. Understanding the materials responses and behavior as well as the phase transformation phenomenon in these processes are the key and crucial concepts to the adoption of these additive manufacturing methods. The goal of this symposium is to highlight research in two major materials development categories with a focus on how a fundamental understanding of the thermodynamic and kinetic boundary conditions, as well as using ICME approaches, and Artificial Intelligence enable introducing new alloy systems for additive manufacturing. Technical sessions emphasizing the two major following categories:

(1) Existing alloys adapted to / modified for additive manufacturing
(2) New / Novel alloys designed for additive manufacturing

Both experimental and modelling submissions are encouraged, especially in which modelling or theory is applied and validated experimentally. Materials systems of interests are including but not limited to structural materials, different types of Steels, Aluminum, Titanium, Nickle, Cobalt, and Copper, High Entropy alloys, and Bulk Metallic Glasses. Submission in the area of functional materials for AM will also be considered.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D Insights on Additive Melt Pools: Implications for Alloy Design
3D Printed Ultrastrong and Ultratough Metallic Architectures
Additive Manufacturing Alloys: Fabrication of Aluminum Matrix Composites
Additive Manufacturing of 304 Stainless Steel Oxide Dispersion Alloy via Selective Laser Melting
Additive Manufacturing of Aluminum Alloys from Multiple Series Via Nanofunctionalization
Additive Manufacturing of Commercial Metastable β-Ti alloys
Additive Manufacturing of Metal Trenching and Excavating Tools for Future NASA Landers
Advantages of Novel Al-Si Alloy with Cu Additive for Printing Parts via SLM Process
Al Alloy Design for Additive Manufacturing
Alloy-design for Biomedical Applications in Additive Manufacturing
Alloy Design of Ti-based Metallic Glass for Additive Manufacturing and EIGA Processes
Aluminum-cerium-based Alloy Development for Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Aluminum-cerium Alloys Tailored to the Direct Metal Write (DMW) Additive Manufacturing (AM)
Application of CALPHAD Modeling Tools to the Exploration of Alternative Titanium Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Bone Growth Investigation around Additive Manufacturing Metal-ceramics Composite
CFD Modelling in Additive Manufacturing Processes
Challenges and Underlying Mechanisms in Processing of Aluminum Alloys via Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM)
Characterization of Cu-Sn-Ti based Metal-Diamond Composites Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting
Composition Control in Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing Through Differential Evaporation
Composition Refinement for Functional Gradient Printing Methodology
Coupling the Calculation of Phase Diagrams and Machine Learning to Search for Printable Alloys
Data-driven Design of Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Design and Development of WSU 100 Nickel-Base Superalloy for Additive Manufacturing
Design of Gamma-prime Strengthened Co-based Superalloys for Additive Manufacturing Applications
Development and Synthesis of Functional Materials via Additive Manufacturing
Development of a Thermodynamics-informed Materials Design Simulator
Development of Alloys for Additive Manufacturing using the Materials by Design® Methodology
Development of High Strength Al-Mg Alloy for Additive Technologies with Reduced Scandium Content
Development of Superelastic Nickel-Titanium-Hafnium Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Gamma Titanium Aluminide Doped with Niobium: Aerospace Applications
Gas-phase Alloying and Sintering Kinetics of 3D Printed Nickel Scaffolds
Gas Atomization and Selective Laser Melting of Zr-Modified AA5083 Alloy
Genomic Materials Design: Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Improving the printability of Al-alloys through elemental powder blending approach
In Situ Alloying of High-entropy Alloy Compositions through Additive Manufacturing
In Situ Formation of Oxides Through Exposure to a Reactive Gas Atmosphere During Selective Laser Melting
In Situ Synthesis of Bulk Metallic Glass Materials in a Periodic Structure by using Laser Direct Deposition
Innovative Design of Metallic Materials using Additive Manufacturing
Integrated Computational and Experimental Study of an Additively Manufactured Hot-work Tool Steel
Integrated Computational Framework for Prediction of Solidification Reactions and Topologically Closed Packed Phases for New Alloy Design in Additive Manufacturing
Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Fe-Si Soft-Magnetic Materials
Machine Learning Method for Parameter Development
Materials Development for Solid-state Additive Manufacturing Processes
Mechanical Behavior and Microstructure of Porous Ti Using TiC as Reinforcement
Mechanical Testing of Additively Manufactured IN625 Thin-walled Elements
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Novel α/β Titanium Alloys Designed for Additive Manufacturing
Mitigating Melt Pool Balling Defects though Alloy Compositional Changes and Processing Changes
Modeling Evaporation in Powder Bed Processing of Inconel and Ti6Al4V Material
Nanostructured Metal Parts through Green Body 3D Printing and Sintering
New Al-Ce Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Next Generation High Performance Aluminum for Additive Manufacturing
Nickel-base Superalloy Design for Direct Metal Laser Melting
Optimization of Additive Manufacturing Process for ODS Zr-based Alloy Design
Phase Separation in 3D Printing: Opportunity Towards Ordered Metallic Porous Structures without Templates
Process Optimization and Performance of Different Lattice Structures of 316L Stainless Steel by Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
Processing of Haynes® 282® Alloy by Laser Powder Bed Fusion Technology
Progress of Developing Addalloy™, High-performance Aluminum Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Properties of Additively Manufactured High Alloy CrMnNi TRIP Steel Produced by Electron Beam Melting
Reduction of Micro-Cracking in Inconel 718 Processed by Selective Laser Melting
Role of Particle Size Distribution, Layer-thickness and Process Parameters on the Performance of Materials Processed by Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM)
Solubility of Ni, Co and Mn in a Lightweight Al-based High Temperature Intermetallic Phase
Strain Hardening and Load Transfer in Additively Manufactured Interpenetrating Composites
Surface Inoculation of Aluminium Powders for Additive Manufacturing Guided by Differential Fast Scanning Calorimetry
The Development of a First-generation Gamma Prime Strengthened Nickel-based Superalloy for High Temperature Applications
The Super Powder: Using Computer Vision and Machine Learning to Create a Framework for Associating Powder Characteristics with Properties for Additive Manufacturing
Understanding the Transitional Properties of Laser Deposited, Compositionally Graded Structures


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