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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium REWAS 2019: Disruptive Material Manufacturing - Scaling and Systems Challenges
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
Organizer(s) Kaka Ma, Colorado State University
Iver E. Anderson, Iowa State University Ames Laboratory
Sneha Prabha Narra, Carnegie Mellon University
Fiseha Tesfaye, Åbo Akademi University
Elsa Olivetti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gabrielle Gaustad, Alfred University
Scope The landscape of material manufacturing has the potential for dramatic change as new design techniques (e.g. material genome) and new technologies (e.g. additive manufacturing) begin to scale to industrial production levels. As additive manufacturing reduces the needs for machining compared to conventional manufacturing, has the environmental impact of additive manufacturing been fully evaluated? How will the production of suitable feedstock for AM affect the environment? How will new technologies be scaled efficiently? How will disruptive technologies change the landscape of producing materials? What is the circularity potential for inputs and outputs of these new production routes? How can these systems be optimized? How does the massive scale-up of clean energy technologies affect process flow sheets and recycling (i.e. significant materials demand increases and the need to match the subsequent recycling processes/infrastructure).

Other REWAS 2019 Symposia include:

- Secondary and Byproduct Sources of Materials and Minerals

- Rethinking Production

- Cast Shop Recycling Technologies

- Education and Workforce Development

Proceedings note: There will be opportunities to submit to the Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy for in-scope submissions (Lead: Dr. Julie Schoenung, UC Irvine).

Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: None Selected

From Recycled Machining Waste to Useful Powders for Metal Additive Manufacturing
From Waste Steel to Weapons: Agile Production Enabled by Additive Manufacturing
Manufacturing Materials Optimization Research at The REMADE Institute
Metal Additive Manufacturing and Sustainable Materials Development: A Case Study in the Application of Alternative Feedstock Materials
Metamorphic Manufacturing: Shaping the Future of On-Demand Components
Recycling in Supply Chains for Tomorrow's Low-carbon Industries
Sustainable Nitrogen-based Fertilizer Production from Sun, Air, and Water
The Role of Manufacturing Variability on Environmental Impact
Use of Non-spherical Hydride-DeHyride (HDH) Powders in Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing

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