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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Powder Materials Processing and Fundamental Understanding
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Powder Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Kathy Lu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Eugene A. Olevsky, San Diego State University
Hang Yu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Ruigang Wang, The University of Alabama
Isabella J. Van Rooyen, Idaho National Laboratory
Scope Powder materials synthesis, processing, properties, characterization, and fundamental understanding are part of the science and technology underlying numerous important areas. With new advances in experimental techniques, computation methods, and data sciences, powder materials are making fast advances that enables applications in both structural and functional applications.

This symposium will cover powder material issues related to fundamental and applied sciences in synthesis, processing, properties, and characterization from experimental, computation, and data science approaches. It will consider all aspects of powder material processing and property studies, which includes powder synthesis, forming (including additive manufacturing), sintering, and property evaluation. Powder materials that can deliver outstanding harsh environment properties are especially of high interest. The symposium covers advances in theory, modeling, computation, data informatics while in parallel welcoming cutting-edge experimental techniques and approaches to understand and characterize powder materials in demanding conditions.

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Bayesian Approach to the Eagar-Tsai Model for Melt Pool Geometry Predictions
A computer vision approach to evaluate powder flowability for metal additive manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing of FeCrCoCuNi High Entropy Alloy via Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Heat Treatment
Additive Manufacturing of Ionic Liquids Harvested Metal for Martian Habitation
Challenges associated with micro-additive manufactured 316 and 17-4PH stainless steel components produced by binder jet and direct metal laser sintering
Characterization of Gas Atomized Nickel Silicide Powder for Additive Manufacturing with Varying Silicon Content
Direct Powder Combination, Consolidation, and Forming of Metals and Composites via Solid-State Additive Manufacturing
Discrete Element Modeling as a Novel Approach for the Analysis of Additive Manufacturing Powders
Effect of Powder Reuse on Mechanical Behavior of Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V
Electromigration Behavior of Additively Manufactured Copper Wirings
From Ultrafast Sintering with and without Electric Fields to Electrochemically Controlled Microstructural Evolution
Gravitation Effects on Sintering
Gravity-Affected Sintering of 3D-Printed Powder Components
Inconel 718 contamination in Ti6Al4V during powder bed fusion
Induction Sintering of Copper-Chromium Powders at Low-Pressure environment
Influence of powder reuse in LPBF on the attributes of SS316L particles and powder beds
Investigating Particle Size-Shape Effects on Flowability and Moisture Content of Metallic Powders After Environmental Exposure for Additive Manufacturing Applications
Laser-based, machine-learning guided, additive manufacturing of ceramics with designed microstructure and hardness
Microdroplet-based Manufacturing of Metal-Organic Frameworks Powder Materials: Fundamentals and Applications
Optical analysis of powder oxygen content in metal powder bed fusion
Particle-based nanostructured ceramics for tailored functional and mechanical properties
Particle Packing in Powder Spreading for Selective Laser Melted Additive Manufacturing using the Discrete Element Method
Powder influence on part quality of additive manufactured alloys
Powder Metallurgy Fabrication of ZrHx Moderator and U-ZrHx Moderated Nuclear Fuel
Pre-designed Porous 316L with Digital Light Photoluminescence
Preparation and characterization of spherical nickel silicide powder by inductively coupled plasma spheroidization for additive manufacturing
Rapid solidification behavior of cast Ni-based superalloy IN-100 by EBM process
Rapid Solidification of Ultrasonically Atomised Aluminium Melt
Redox Chemistry of Surface-engineered CeO2 Nanocrystals: Catalytic and Electrochemical Applications
Silicon oxycarbide coatings on zirconia microspheres using a fluidized bed coating process
Simutaneously increasing the thermoelectric and mechanical properties by developing harmonic structure in Bi2Te3 gas atomized powders
Sintering anisotropy of binder jetting 316L
Sintering based production of complex shapes by the coupling of additive manufacturing and spark plasma sintering
Stable Temperature Regulation in Spark Plasma Sintering Simulations
Surface chemistry changes resulting from Ti-6Al-4V feedstock powder reuse in electron beam additive manufacturing
Surface Modification of Micro Powders Using Plasma-based Reactors for Sintering of Copper-Chromium Alloys
Synchrotron X-ray imaging of cracking during laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) of aged CM247 powder with varying oxygen content
Synthesis and consolidation of CoCr+X (X=SiC or WC) milled powder for additive manufacturing
The Effects of Melt Pool Geometry on Microstructure Development During Additive Manufacturing
Thermodynamic Analysis and Synthesis of V2AlC Phase Material
Transparent Al2O3 fabricated by energy efficient spark plasma sintering
Understanding Mechanisms Behind Morphological Changes in Gas Atomized Powders After Laser Irradiation
Understanding of agglomeration and chemical reactions of CoAl2O4 inoculants in IN718 processed by selective laser melting
Understanding Powder Morphology and Its Effect on Flowability in Additive Manufacturing through Machine Learning Techniques
Understanding surface roughness on vertical walls in laser powder bad fusion additive manufacturing
Young Leaders International Scholar – JIM: Metallurgy is the Best Way to Explore Intermetallic Catalysts: Case of Heusler Alloys


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