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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Additive Manufacturing and Cellular/Lattice Structures: Designs, Realization and Applications
Sponsorship TMS Additive Manufacturing Committee
TMS Materials Characterization Committee
Organizer(s) Li Yang, University of Louisville
Allison M. Beese, Pennsylvania State University
John S. Carpenter, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Carolyn Seepersad, University of Texas at Austin
Miguel A. Aguilo, Morphorm LLC
Scope This symposium seeks to promote communication and dissemination of recent advancements in the area of integrated design, processing and characterization of cellular/lattice structures using additive manufacturing (AM).

Traditionally, efforts in this area have focused heavily on lightweighting of structures, as well as demonstrating the design freedoms afforded by AM. In recent years, new areas of focus have emerged in this field, including the design of non-mechanical properties such as heat and mass transfer, acoustic vibration and electromagnetics, multi-functionality, novel design concepts, and integrated material-structure design theories. Manufacturing-related challenges, such as defects and unique material characteristics of thin struts and thin walls, as well as process designs and optimizations, have also attracted increased attention. In parallel, applications utilizing additively manufactured cellular/lattice structures have been expanding.

This symposium invites papers on a broad range of topics in the general area of AM of cellular/lattice structures, but particularly encourages the following topics:
1. Novel behaviors and functional mechanisms of cellular/lattice structures
2. Design for AM theories and methodologies of particular relevance to cellular/lattice structures
3. AM cellular/lattice structure applications
4. Unique material and manufacturing characteristics of AM cellular/lattice structures
5. Unique supply chain issues related to AM cellular/lattice structures
6. Integrated modeling and design of material-process-property characteristics of AM cellular/lattice structures
7. Multi-functional design and application of AM cellular/lattice structures
8. Qualification and inspection of cellular/lattice structures
9. Integration of cellular/lattice structures into educational applications and pedagogy

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings

3D Printed Fibrous Cellular Multifunctional Structures
A-1: Cytotoxicity of Strontium Calcium Polyphosphate on MC3T3-E1 Cells in 3D Printed Alginate/Collagen Scaffolds
AM-Fabricated Plate Lattice Structures for Impact Applications
Design, Manufacture, Modelling and Testing of Honeycombs with Aperiodic Order
Effect of Geometrical Characteristics on the Mechanical Properties of Co-Cr-Mo Triply Periodic Minimal Surface Lattices Fabricated by Laser-Powder Bed Fusion
Effects of TiB2 in an Al-Cu-Sc Alloy in the Hybrid Investment Casting Process
Enabling Novel Porous Noise Absorbers via Additive Manufacturing
Evaluation of Structural Robustness in Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures
Fabrication, Microstructure and High Temperature Mechanical Properties of Inconel 718 Lattice Structures Manufactured by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Interlocking Metasurfaces: A Joining Technology for Additive
Laser-based 4D Printing of Ni-Mn-Ga Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys Lattice Structures
Localized Strain, Microstructure, and Property Control of Ti-5553 Lattice Materials
Multi-scale Simulations for Improving the Design of Additive Manufactured Shock Absorbers
Optimized Dissolvable Support Design for 316L Stainless Steel Produced by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Performance of Titanium Alloy Lattice Structures in Quasi-static and High Strain Rate Environments
Permeable Additive Manufacturing (PermiAM) for Rocketry
Prediction of Mechanical Properties of Ceramic Honeycombs by Polarimetry Measurements of Epoxy Resin Prototypes.
Progressive Nature of Failure of 3D Lattices under Compressive, Shear and Hydrostatic Loads
Specific Energy Absorption of 3D Printed Octet-Truss Lattice Structures with Hollow Struts
Synchronous Involvement of Topology and Microstructure to Design Additively Manufactured Lattice Structure
The Effects of Powder Feedstock and Process Parameter on the Material Characteristics of Ti6Al4V Thin Wall Features Fabricated by Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing

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