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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics and Ceramic Composites: Materials Properties, Processes, and Modeling
Sponsorship ACerS Manufacturing Division
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
Organizer(s) Xiangyang Dong, Arizona State University
William L. Headrick, RHI Magnesita
James Hemrick, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Eric Faierson, Quad City Manufacturing Laboratory
Keith J. DeCarlo, Blasch Precision Ceramics
Scope Additive manufacturing (AM) of ceramics and ceramic composites poses some unique opportunities but also challenges compared to polymers and metals. Process-induced part warping and cracking and less than desired properties cannot be fully controlled. In addition, the properties of the ceramic and ceramic composite parts exhibit a wide variability because of undesired flaws or large porosity, thereby adding great difficulties in producing consistently high-quality components with minimal experimental trials and errors. This symposium will present experimental and modeling work leading to basic understanding of unique aspects in additive manufacturing processes of ceramics and ceramic composites. Processing methods, numerical modeling, materials properties, and uncertainty characterization of defects are particularly encouraged. Research in a broad range of ceramic additive manufacturing processes, such as direct inkjet printing, stereolithography, laminated object manufacturing, selective laser sintering, selective laser melting, and laser net engineered shaping, are sought.

Topics of this symposium will include, but not limited to:

• Ceramic powder preparation and characterization for 3D printing
• Preprocessing and postprocessing methods, e.g., preheating, vibration, sintering, and heat treatment
• Densification and porosity formation
• Solidification and microstructure evolution
• Warping and cracking issues
• Materials properties of additively manufactured ceramics
• Uncertainty characterization, grain boundary and interphase studies
• In-situ monitoring and ex-situ characterization of additively manufactured ceramics and ceramic composites
• Numerical modeling of ceramic AM processes, e.g., multi-scale and multi-physics modeling methods
• Multi-material additive manufacturing and ceramic composites, e.g., ceramic-metal composites, ceramic matrix composites, and functionally graded ceramics

Abstracts Due 05/31/2020

Additive Manufacturing of Hybrid Silicon Carbide/Carbon Fiber Nano-composites
Additive Manufacturing of Miniaturized RFID Tag Using Electroceramic Materials for High Temperature Wireless Sensing Applications
Additive Manufacturing of Novel PZT Piezocomposite Structures
Effect of Carbon Concentration from Phenolic PIP on the Fabrication and Thermal- Mechanical Properties of SiC Composites by Additive Manufacturing and Reactive Silicon Melt Infiltration
Fundamental Studies of Tritium Diffusivity in Irradiation Defective LiAlO2 and Li2ZrO3: A Frist Principles Density Function Theory Study
Mechanical Characterization of SLA Printed Silica Lattice Structures
Process Development for the Selective Laser Melting of Tungsten Carbide-Nickel Matrix Composites

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