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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Forming of Components - Tailoring Specific Material Properties in Low Volume Production
Sponsorship
Organizer(s)
Mark R. Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kester D. Clarke, Colorado School of Mines
Lee Semiatin, US Air Force Research Laboratory
Mohsen Asle Zaeem, Colorado School of Mines
Eric A. Lass, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Paul K. Mason, Thermo-Calc Software Inc.
Scope Advancements in additive manufacturing technology have created the ability to design and construct parts with geometries and properties that cannot be achieved through traditional machining processes. This ability has promoted new design strategies whose success relies on close integration of engineering with materials science. Of particular interest is tailoring specific material properties in low volume production. In principle, engineers can now ‘print’ 3-dimensional external shapes with complex internal features that can be optimized to meet a wide range of operational constraints and service conditions. As part of this optimization, the material properties can be modified at critical areas in the component. The 3-dimensional nature of the mesoscale can now be shrunk down to the microscale where properties are controlled by the local 3-dimensional microstructures. An additional attractive aspect of the additive process is the ability to custom design specific properties within the component by layering different materials during the build process. The repetitive rapid solidification that occurs during the fabrication process is dominated by transient phenomena, which can create unexpected variations in the composition and performance of the component. Thus, optimizing this process and the desired properties requires integrating a variety of computational and experimental methods across a variety of time and length scales. This includes detailed 3-dimensional characterization as well as numerical modeling of the thermodynamics. The transient nature of the rapid solidification can result in non-equilibrium phases, which result in properties which differ from wrought.

The main objective of this symposium is to provide a forum to discuss ways to integrate approaches to develop customized, low volume production components with customized material properties. This includes increasing our understanding of the relationships between complex microstructures and mechanical behavior with regards to the influences of repetitive rapid solidification on resulting phase transformations and their influence on the strengthening mechanisms.

Abstracts are requested in the following general topic areas relating to additive manufacturing and its influence on phases and properties: transient phenomena, phase transformation, and rapid solidification.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Roadmap for Developing the Next Generation of Additive Manufacturing Materials
Additive Friction Stir Deposition of Functionally Gradient Al-Fe Composite
Additive Manufacturing from the Gaseous State
Additive Manufacturing of Metals: The Devil in the Details
Anisotropic Mechanical Properties in a Big-sized Ti-6Al-4V Plate Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting
Challenges in Using AM Components in Industrial Applications
Characterization of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Direct Metal Laser Sintered 15-5 PH1 Stainless Steel Powders and Components
Constitutive Modeling and Experimental Verification of Aqueous–based Freeform Extrusion Fabrication Processes
Controlling Microstructure of IN738LC Superalloy during Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Process
Correlating Microstructure with Processing in Gradient Alloys Fabricated through Laser Deposition
Customisation of Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing Applications: the Tekna Process
Developing 3D Printed Heat Exchangers
Direct Writing of Nickel Super Alloy(N5) Single Crystal
Effect of Heat Treatment on the Microstructure, Texture and Elastic Anisotropy of a Nickel-based Superalloy Processed by Direct Laser Deposition
Effects of Microstructure on the Mechanical Properties of Direct Laser Deposited Ti-6Al-4V
Evaluation of Phase Transformation Kinetics in 17-4 Stainless Steel Manufactured by Direct Metal Laser Sintering
Fabrication and Property Development for a Functionally Graded Austenitic to Maraging Stainless Steel Component
Flexible Heat Treatment of AM Material in a HIP
ICME Approach to the Materials Challenges in Additive Manufacturing of Components
Lightweight, Strong and Ductile Hierarchical Architected Materials Fabricated from Additive Manufacturing
Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of γ-Titanium Aluminide Manufactured by Electron Beam Melting
Microstructural Characterization and Process Mapping in Beam-Based Additive Manufacturing of Inconel 625
Microstructural Evolution of Inconel 625 Manufactured through Direct Metal Laser Sintering Technique of Additive Manufacturing
Microstructure and Mechanical Characterization of Hybrid Materials Fabricated Using Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of a Complex Industrial Component: a Case Study of Electron Beam Melting Additive Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V Impeller
Microstructure Evolution, Tensile and Dynamic Properties, and Computational Modeling in Ti-6Al-4V and Inconel 718 Alloys Manufactured by Laser Engineered Net Shaping
Multimodal Correlated Datasets to Understand Location Specific Processing State for Additive Manufacturing
New Alloy Systems for Direct Metal Powderbed Processes
Optimization of the Mechanical Properties of the Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Fabricated By Additive Manufacturing Using Thermochemical Processes
Powder-bed Fabrication of the High-temperature Ni-base Superalloy LSHR
Precipitation Reactions Occurring during Laser Additive Manufacturing of Alloys
Prediction of Porosity Caused by Insufficient Melt Pool Overlap
Rationalization of Advanced Site-specific Microstructure Control within Additive Manufactured Components
Reliability-Based Methods for Rapid Certification of Metal Additive Manufactured Parts
Residual Stress Determination of Additively Manufactured Inconel 718 Specimens
Simulation and Modeling of the Metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process to Accelerate Certification
Tailoring Titanium Alloy Compositions for Optimum Additive Manufacturing


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