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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Building the Pathway towards Process and Material Qualification
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
TMS: Powder Materials Committee
TMS: Process Technology and Modeling Committee
Organizer(s) John S Carpenter, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Allison M. Beese, Pennsylvania State University
David L Bourell, University of Texas
Reginald F. Hamilton, The Pennsylvania State University
Edward D Herderick, GE
Rajiv S. Mishra, University of North Texas
James W Sears, Carpenter Technology Coporporation
Scope Objective: This symposium will provide a forum for all veins of additive manufacturing to present their latest results in developing methodology for science-based or practice-based material and process qualification. Sessions will be included that seek to develop processing-microstructure-property- performance relationships in metals and non-metals alike. Experimental, modeling, and combined experimental/modeling approaches are welcome.

Background and Rationale: Additive manufacturing (AM) offers distinct advantages over conventional manufacturing processes including the capability to both build and repair complex part shapes; to integrate and consolidate parts and thus overcome joining concerns; and to locally tailor material compositions as well as properties. A variety of fields such as aerospace, military, automotive, and biomedical are employing this manufacturing technique as a way to decrease costs, increase manufacturing agility, and explore novel geometry/functionalities. To increase acceptance of AM as a viable processing method, pathways for qualifying both the material and the process need to be developed and, perhaps, standardized. This symposium will serve as a venue for the international AM community - including government, academia, and industry - to define the fundamental interrelationships between feedstock, processing, microstructure, shape, mechanical behavior/materials properties, and function/performance. This will be accomplished through experimental observations, theoretical advances, and computational modeling of physical processes to provide insight and understanding of the nature of the final product and the evolution of microstructure resulting in final part properties and performance.

Materials of interest include but are not limited to:
• Homogeneous materials: polymers, ceramics, and metals
• Heterogeneous materials: foams, polymeric matrix, metallic matrix, ceramic matrix, functionally graded

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Fabrication:
o Machines: emerging technologies and advancing current capabilities
o Processing: feedstock material (including powder, wire, and filament), process and process monitoring (both freeform and direct write), build parameters, repair parameters, post processing (e.g., heat treatment)
o Specimen design: net-shaped parts; parts machined to shape based on scaling; as built laboratory test specimens/coupons; specimens/coupons machined from larger builds
• Developing constitutive relationships: coupling microstructure measurements and experimental stress analysis to characterize mechanical behavior/materials properties targeting performance
• Closing the feedback loop: microstructure measurements feedback to fabrication; performance (mechanical behavior, materials properties, and/or functional) feedback to fabrication
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A-10: Microstructural Response of Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel in Forced Shear
A-11: Microstructure Based Fatigue Modeling of IN 718 Produced by DMLS
A-12: Modeling and Characterization of the Deposition Stability in the Highly Efficient Laser Hot-wire Additive Manufacturing
A-13: Sulfuric Acid Corrosion to Simulate Microbial Influenced Corrosion on Stainless Steel 420
A-14: Surface Morphology Analysis and Microstructure Evolution for Selective Laser Melting NiCrBSi Powder under a Vacuum Environment
A-15: The Effect of Thermal History on Porosity, Surface Feature and Mechanical Properties of LENS Printed Ti-64
A-16: The Effects of Porosity and Infiltrated Metal on the Corrosion Behavior and Tensile Strength of Binder Jet Printed Stainless Steel 420
A-17: Verification of Numerically Calculated Cooling Rates of Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing
A-18: EBSD Study of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Fabricated by Powder-Bed Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing
A-1: Additive Manufactured Material Physical Property Variations and Measurements
A-2: Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Testing Durability
A-3: Characterization of Ti-6Al-4V to 304L SS Gradient Components Fabricated with Laser Deposition
A-4:Comparing Micro-computed X-ray Tomography with Various Methods to Characterize Differently Atomized Inconel 625 Powders for Additive Manufacturing
A-5: Computational Modeling and Experimental Validation of Melting and Solidification in Single-Crystal and Equiaxed Superalloys Processed Through Scanning Laser Epitaxy (SLE) for Additive Manufacturing
A-6: In Situ Monitoring of Ceramic Materials Manufactured Using Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing Technology
A-7: Inconsistent Mechanical Performance of Additively Manufactured 17-4PH
A-8: Investigation and Quality Control of the Effect of Multiple Compounding Operations on Recycled 3D Printer Feedstock
A-9: Effect of Printing Orientation on Strength of 3D Printed ABS Plastics
A Novel Low Cost Process for Making Spherical Ti Alloy Powders for Additive Manufacturing and Other Applications
Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Building Unreliable Microstructures 20 Microns at a Time
Analysis of Microstructure Manipulation of the Parts Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing with the Help of Numerical Modeling Aided by High Performance Computing
Anisotropy in Mechanical Properties of Ti-6Al-4V: A Comparison between Mill-annealed and Additively Manufactured Alloys
Applying Knowledge from Multi-pass Welding to Selective Electron Beam Melting
Automated In-situ Defect Detection and Geometry Validation on the ARCAM Q10 System
Building Design and Optimization Tools for Additive and Near-net Shape Processes
Characterization and Detection of Pores in Direct Laser Deposited Ti-6Al-4V via Neutron Radiography and Real-Time Thermographic Inspection
Characterization of Internal Defects and Their Effect on Mechanical Properties of Stainless Steel 304L Components Fabricated through Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition
Constitutive and Failure Behaviour in Selective Laser Melted Stainless Steel for Microlattice Structures
Difference in Microstructure and Properties of Al Alloy Parts Processed by Selective Laser Melting and Powder Deposition Processes
Direct Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing of Magnetic Shape-Memory Alloys
Electromagnetic Thermal Management and Structure Control in High Throughput Large Area Additive Manufacturing
Empirical Approach to Understanding the Fatigue Behavior of Metals Made Using Additive Manufacturing
Fatigue and QA testing of Polymer SLS and FFF Parts
Fracture, Fatigue and Microstructural Characterization of EBM Ti-6Al-4V
Heat Transfer, Fluid Flow and Solidification in Additive Manufacturing
High Temperature Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Additively Manufactured Metal Nanoparticle Films
Improved Part Production Using Layerwise Monitoring and Control in Metallic Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing Processes
In-Space Manufacturing Baseline Property Development
Innovative Process Controls and Qualification of Additively Manufactured Metallic Components with Tailored Microstructure and Properties
Joining of Metallic Structures Using Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing Technology
Kinetic Monte-Carlo: A Tool for Examining Microstructural Evolution in Materials Processing
Linkage between FEA Thermal Modeling of Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Microstructure Evolution Simulations
Linking Fatigue Life Scatter to Microstructure Variability in DMLS
Manufacturing Process Development to Produce Depleted Uranium Wire for EBAM Feedstock
Measuring Porosity in Additively Manufactured Materials via Synchrotron–based 3D X-ray Microtomography
Mechanical and Corrosion Properties of CoCrFeNiTi-based High-entropy Alloy Additive Manufactured Using Selective Electron Beam Melting
Microstructural Analysis of IN 625 and MAR-M 247 Components Fabricated Using Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing
Microstructural Characterization and Process Mapping in Beam-Based Additive Manufacturing of Inconel 718
Microstructural Characterization of Additively Manufactured Metals
Microstructural Characterization of Functionally Graded Transition Joints between Dissimilar Metals Obtained with Laser-based Additive Manufacturing
Microstructure and High Temperature Tensile Deformation Behavior of Ni-1.6%Si Metal Manufactured by Laser Metal Deposition
Microstructure and Mechanical Property Relationships in Additively Manufactured 304L
Microstructure Evolution during Laser-Induced Rapid Alloy Solidification
Microstructure Evolution of Martensitic Stainless Steel in Laser Hot Wire Cladding with Multiple Heating Passes
Microstructure Evolution, Tensile Properties, and Fatigue Crack Growth Mechanisms in Ti-6Al-4V Alloys Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting
Model-Based Qualification for Directed Energy Deposition Processes
Non-Invasive Evaluation of Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) Parts using Thermoplastic (ABS) Chopped Carbon Fiber Composites for Microstructure-Mechanical Property Relationship
Optimizing Laser Melting Additive Manufacturing Process for Inconel 718
Oxide, Porosity and Fatigue Performance of AlSi10Mg Parts Produced by Selective Laser Melting
Powder Bed Layer Characteristics – The Overseen First Order Process Input
Power Bed Fusion-based Additive Manufacturing in Turbine Engine Hot-section Alloys Through Scanning Laser Epitaxy
Qualification Methodology for AlSi10Mg Spaceflight
Selective Laser Melting of TiB2/H13 Steel Bulk Nanocomposites: Influence of Nanoscale Reinforcement
Spatial Control of Solidification Microstructure in the Electron Beam Melting of Ti-6Al-4V
Stress State and Strain Rate Dependence of an Electron Beam Additive Manufactured Ti6Al4V
Structure / Property (Constitutive and Dynamic Strength / Damage) Characterization of Additively Manufactured 316L SS
Study of Internal Channels Surface Roughness Manufactured by Selective Laser Melting in Aluminum and Titanium Alloys
Study of Internal Fatigue Crack Growth from an Additive Manufacturing Initiated Flaw
Study of Material Consolidation at Higher Throughput Parameters in Selective Laser Melting of Inconel 718
Superelasticity Improvement on SLM Fabricated NiTi Parts
The Effect of Powder Characteristics on the Properties of Powder-bed Binder-jet Printed Inconel 625 Samples
Understanding the Relationships Between Solidification Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V
Using Powder Cored Tubular Wire Technology to Enhance Electron Beam Freeform Fabricated Structures
XRM: Tomography and 3D Grain Mapping for Additive Manufacturing Qualification


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