|Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) has been widely adopted through academia, national labs, and industry for the design and development of new materials and manufacturing processes. This symposium will highlight efforts to transition computational tools to industrial practice as they relate to high temperature alloys, with special focus on validating tools through targeted experiments and industrially relevant manufacturing practices. Abstracts and presenters should include perspectives on lessons learned on implementing new ICME tools for manufacturing, as well as current challenges and opportunities to improve computational tools.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- ingot production (vacuum induction melting, arc melting, remelting processes)
- casting (investment, directional solidification)
- thermo-mechanical processing (cold and hot rolling, swaging, heat treatment)
- powder processing (injection molding, hot isostatic pressing, powder fabrication)
- Fe, Ni, and Co-based alloys