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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing for Energy Applications
Sponsorship TMS: Nuclear Materials Committee
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
Organizer(s) Isabella J. Van Rooyen, Idaho National Laboratory
Subhashish Meher, Idaho National Laboratory
Indrajit Charit, University of Idaho
Somayeh Pasebani, Oregon State University
Chad Duty, University of Tennessee
Scope Additive manufacturing (AM) has emerged as a global disruptive technology in multiple industries for manufacturing complex three-dimensional components by the deposition of ceramics, alloys, or metal precursors within a variety of dimensional space. AM techniques provide a unique advantage for the energy industry due to the shortened development and fabrication times, quality of the product and repeatability of the process. Not yet commonplace in the energy sector, AM provides new opportunities in the design space during inception of new products (both structural component and material design) due to less limitations on localized design features that could not generally be performed using conventional fabrication processes (e.g., casting, extrusion, etc.) and subtractive fabrication. The advantage of using AM in energy applications will include, but not limited to, advancement in alloying, design and efficiency.
This symposium will integrate invited and contributed talks on use of AM in various energy industries and includes the following topics based on experimental and computational approaches:
• Property-microstructure-processing relationships of AM fabricated materials for structural components (e.g. 316 stainless steel) and fuel systems (e.g. U-Zr) in nuclear and other energy industries.
• The scope of AM in nuclear energy enabling advanced sensor and instrumentation.
• Advances in AM design concepts such as graded structures and post-processing treatments.
• Modeling and simulations for design of high performance AM fabricated materials and reducing research time and costs.
• Development and Qualification approaches.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

A-24: Additively-manufactured Nanostructured Copper
A-25: Fabrication of Cr Cladded Zr-alloys Using Solid State Powder Spray Additive Manufacturing Technology
A-26: Investigation of Manufacturing Oxide Dispersion Strengthened (ODS) Steel Fuel Cladding Tubes using Cold Spray Technology
A-27: Investigation of Process Parameter Optimization for 316L
A-28: Prototyping of a Laboratory-scale Cyclone Separator for Biofuel Production from Biomass Feedstocks Using a Fused Deposition Modeling Printer
Additive Manufacturing for In-pile Instrumentation in Nuclear Test Reactors
Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Fuel Components for Commercial Reactors
Additive Manufacturing of Instrumentation for Measuring Field Properties in Extreme Environments
Additive Manufacturing of Steels for Advanced Reactor Concepts
Alloy 800/800H by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Binder Jetting Materials for Energy Applications
Design for Additive Manufacturing of a Novel Heat Exchanger
Development and Optimization of Various Steels with ICME for Laser Powder Bed Fabrication Production
Effect of High Initial Dislocation Density Microstructure on the Strain Hardening and Anisotropy of Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel
Electrical Resistivity of Pure Copper Processed by Medium-powered Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing for Use in Electromagnetic Applications
Embedded Fiber Optic Sensors for In-core and In-pile Applications Enabled by Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing
Evolution of the Grain Morphology due to Solidification during Additive Manufacturing
High Temperature Behavior of Additively Manufactured Inconel 625 Linked to Microstructure through In Situ Neutron Diffraction Experiments
Impact of Powder Feedstock Compositions on the Additive Manufacturing of Corrosion Resistant Alloys for Energy Applications
In-situ Characterization of Solidification: Insights for Understanding Additive Manufacturing
In-situ Dual Beam Kr Irradiation and He Implantation in Additive Manufactured 316L SS
Influence of Fine Solidification Microstructure on the Radiation Response of 316 Stainless Steels Produced by Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Directed Energy Deposition
Laser Additive Manufacturing of Thermoelectric Materials
Laser Powder-bed Fusion of Type 304 Stainless Steel: Ferrite-austenite Transformation
Microstructural Characterization of a Stainless Steel Component Manufactured via Additive Manufacturing
Phase-field Modeling of Dendritic Solidification for Additive Manufacturing Applications
Powder Surface Characterization toward Powder Feedstock Screening for AM
Predictive Modeling of Process Parameter-microstructure-property Relationships of Additive Manufactured Parts
Quantifying the Effect of Local Texture Optimization on Additive Manufactured Structural Components
Recent Progress in Testing and Qualification of PM-HIP Alloys for Nuclear Applications
Relations between Microstructure and Oxidation Resistance of an Additively Manufactured Nickel-based Superalloy
Site-specific Property Maps of Additively Manufactured SS316L Using a Mesoscale, Multi-physics Modeling Framework
Thermoelectric Higher Manganese Silicide: Synthetized, Sintered and Shaped Simultaneously by Selective Laser Sintering/melting Additive Manufacturing Technique
Topology Optimization of Additively Manufactured Architected Materials and Components for Energy Systems
Westinghouse Advanced Manufacturing Development

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