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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing and Innovative Powder Processing of Functional and Magnetic Materials
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
TMS: Magnetic Materials Committee
TMS: Powder Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Emily Anne Rinko, Iowa State University
Iver E. Anderson, Iowa State University Ames Laboratory
Markus Chmielus, University of Pittsburgh
Emma M. White, DECHEMA Forschungsinstitut
Deliang Zhang, Northeastern University
Andrew Kustas, Sandia National Laboratories
Kyle L. Johnson, Sandia National Laboratories
Scope Powder Metallurgy (P/M) is a commonplace fabrication and processing method for high throughput part production in industrial settings. Additionally, P/M fabrication and processing advancement also is an essential counterpart to the advancement of additive manufacturing (AM) with powder-based AM methods. Novel and intensive research is ongoing in innovative, traditional, and emerging magnetic materials and functional materials, however, the practical application is limited by the ability to form these typically brittle materials into the shapes that are designed for the applications. At this time, advanced powder synthesis and processing, including additive manufacturing, can provide a way to form these materials into final shapes for applications.

The purpose of this symposium is to tie both magnetic and functional materials to the advanced powder synthesis and additive manufacturing, as well as other advanced processing approaches and discuss aspects such as process-property relationships, functionality, and/or application performance. Magnetic and functional material systems of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Soft magnets (nano-crystalline alloys, high Si-steel)
• Hard magnets (Nd-Fe-B, Sm-Co, MnAlC, MnBi, alnico, ferrite, exchange-coupled)
• Magnetocaloric materials (Gd-Si-Ge, Gd-Ni-X, RE-RE, RE-Al)
• Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys (Ni-Mn-Ga(-X))
• Magnetostrictive materials (Terfenol-D, Ga-Fe, Gd-Co)
• Thermoelastic (shape memory) Materials (TiNi)
• Thermoelectric Materials (Si-Ge, Bi-Te)
• Piezoelectric Materials (lead zirconate titanate (PZT), barium titanate and lead titanate)
• And other materials

Topics of interest for clean powder synthesis include, but are not limited to:
• atomization (water, gas, rotational, ultrasonic, plasma)
• mechanical comminution (multi-jet or single jet milling, high energy ball milling)
• And other powder synthesis approaches

Topics of interest for advanced powder processing of magnetic/functional materials include, but are not limited to:
• additive manufacturing (binder jet, directed energy deposition (DED), colloidal deposition, electron beam melting powder bed fusion (EBM/PBF), laser/powder bed fusion (L-PBF), fused filament fabrication (FFF), and stereolithography)
• metal injection molding
• spark plasma sintering
• compression molding and sinter
• vacuum hot pressing
• hot isostatic pressing
• Functional post processing (directional recrystallization, magnetic annealing (large or moderate magnetic fields))
• And other methods

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

3D printing of ductile equiatomic Fe-Co alloy for soft magnetic applications
Additive Manufacturing as a Hybrid Synthesis-Joining Method to Optimize Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Dissimlar Alloys
Additive manufacturing of a composite made of Al 5083 matrix and encapsulated ZnAl particles
Additive Manufacturing of Electrical Steels: Opportunities to Link Microstructure and Design
Additively manufactured Nitinol for prescribed properties and prediction of its bulk elastic properties by molecular dynamic simulation
Controlled Shape-Morphing Metallic Components for Deployable Structures
Deep learning with generative adversarial network for Ti-6Al-4V surface roughness improvement in direct energy deposition process
Development of NiTiMo Alloys using Powder Blown Laser Direct Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing
Growth Optimization of Single Crystal Fibers of Magnetic Garnets via Laser Heated Pedestal Growth Method
Improved near-infrared absorption for additive manufacturing feedstock using reduced graphene oxide
Iron nitride based soft magnets through spark plasma sintering
Laser additive manufacturing of Fe-Co and Fe-Si based soft magnetic alloys
Laser Metal Deposition of Nickel Silicide on S355 Structural Steel
Mapping the selective laser melting parameter-thermophysical property space of a Ni51.2Ti alloy using a combined experimental and computational approach
Mechanical alloying and characterization of Al2Ni5Co6Fe6Sm0.2 high-entropy alloy
Microstructure of Additively Manufactured Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys
Modeling alignment of magnetic particles in functionalized magnetic 3D printer
Process-structure-property relationships in laser powder bed fusion of permanent magnetic Nd-Fe-B
Reduction of power losses in SLM printed FeSi6.5 alloy by geometry optimizing
Selective Laser Melting of NiTi: Experiments and Modeling to Correlate Hatch Spacing, Texture, Residual Stress, and Superelastic Response
Selective Laser Melting of NiZnCu-ferrite Soft Magnetic Composites: Process-Property Relationships
Structure-processing-Magnetic Property Interrelationships in Additively Manufactured FeCo-2V and Fe-80Ni-5Mo Soft Magnetic Alloys
The development of a machine learning guided process for the additive manufacturing of thermoelectric materials
Thermal Aging Study for Additively Manufactured F357 Aluminum
X-ray and Neutron Scattering Reveals Insights into the Formation and Thermal Stability of Metastable Disordered Phases in FeCo and FeSi
“Influence of composition and microstructure on magnetic properties of additively manufactured Fe/Co/Ni based soft magnetic alloys”


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