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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing for Energy Applications V
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
TMS: Nuclear Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Isabella J. Van Rooyen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Subhashish Meher, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Xiaoyuan Lou, Purdue University
Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Michael Kirka, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Yi Xie, Purdue University
Scope Additive manufacturing (AM) techniques within energy sectors need an accelerated pace for demonstration and full adoption to market in all energy sectors. AM techniques provide a unique advantage for the energy industry due to the shortened development and fabrication times, product quality, and process repeatability. 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 (e.g., machining). Although the obvious advantages of AM, the adoption of these processes have been delayed due to costly and long qualification processes. This symposium aims to provide practical examples and newest data on relevant topics to accelerate qualification and adoption to market in the energy sector.

This symposium will integrate invited and contributed talks on the use of AM in various energy industries and includes the following topics based on experimental and computational approaches:
• Material data in extreme energy environments (e.g., high-temperature mechanical testing, creep, creep-fatigue, wear, irradiation behavior, material aging, oxidation, corrosion)
• Development of qualification/acceptance protocols for high-temperature energy systems
• Design, process, and material modeling to support rapid qualification
• Functionally graded and multi-material/multi-functional structures
• Sensor applications in energy systems
• Demonstration and case studies in energy industry
• Non-destructive evaluation

Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:

Additive Manufacturing of an Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Nickel-based Alloy for Molten Salt Reactor Application Using Hastelloy N Powder
Additive Manufacturing of Inconel 718 + SiC with Enhanced Tensile Strength and Uniform Ductility
Additively Manufactured Reactor for Steam Methane Reforming
Additively Manufactured Strain Sensors for Nuclear Applications
An Additively Manufactured Integrated Heat Pipe and Heat Exchanger with Thermoelectric Devices
Assessment of Laser Powder Bed Melting for Obtaining Ferritic/Martensitic ODS
CALPHAD-based Design of Graded Transition Joints
Challenges and New Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing of Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Steels
Characterization of LPBF and DED Additive-manufactured RAFM/Tungsten Bi-layered Specimens for Nuclear Fusion Applications
Combining Additive Manufacturing Processes to Produce Functionally Graded Metallic Materials for Energy Applications
Compositionally Graded Alloys Fabricated by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Compositionally Graded Transition from Tungsten to Ferritic-Martensitic Steels via Directed Energy Deposition
Creep Behavior of an Additively Manufactured Al-Ce-Ni-Mn-Zr Alloy
Creep of Wire Arc Additive Manufactured Stainless Steels for Power Generation Applications
Creep Properties of Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel: Performance and Microstructure
Creep Resistance and Microstructure of Binary Al-Ce Alloy Produced by Casting and Laser Powder Bed Fusion
DED Additively Manufactured HEAs Optimized via Parametric Study of Functionally Graded Materials
Development of Additive Manufacturing Technology for Micro-reactors
Directional Recrystallization of an Additively Manufactured Ni-base Superalloy
Distributed Strain Measurements in Additively Manufactured SS316 with Embedded Fiber-Optic Sensors
Effect of Precipitate Wettability on Nanoscale Oxide Precipitation of Additively Manufactured FeCrAl via In Situ Oxidation
Elevated Temperature Fretting Wear Analysis of Additively Manufactured Inconel 625
Enabling Part-Scale Scanwise Process Simulation of Laser Powder Bed Fusion by Combining Matrix-free Finite Element Modeling, Adaptive Remeshing, and GPU Computing
Failure Phenomena of Additively Manufactured Ni-base Superalloys at Various Temperatures under Static and Cyclic Loadings
High-throughput Testing and Characterization of Materials for Nuclear Applications
High Temperature Tribology of AM Ni-based Alloys 699XA and 400
In-situ Embedment and High Temperature Testing of Commercial Thermocouples with Directed Energy Deposition
Inspection Results from a Real Time Non-Destructive Evaluation of 3D Manufactured Metal Parts
Investigation into the Effect of Recrystallization and Microstructure Control on the Properties of GammaPrint™-1100, a High-γ’ crack-resistant Ni-base Superalloy for 3D-printed Parts in Gas Turbines
Irradiation Response and Mechanical Property Changes of Conventionally and Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steels
Laser Directed Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing of Supercritical CO2 Heat Exchangers
Microstructural Evolution of Solid State and Liquid State Advanced Manufacturing Processes for 316L Stainless Steel.
Nanoparticle-based Additive Manufacturing of Soft Magnetic Composites
Optimization of Laser-wire Direct Energy Deposition (LW-DED) of Superalloy Haynes 282
Production of ZrB2 Doped Inconel 718 Composite via Laser Powder Bed Fusion Method
Quantification of Uncertainties in Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes in Support of Qualification
Role of Predictive Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification in Qualification of Additively Manufactured Alloys
Sintering Process Optimization for FeCrAl Alloys in Metal Extrusion Additive Manufacturing
Structural Sensing Lattices
Surface Roughness of Heat Exchanger Flow Channels Manufactured with Directed Energy Deposition
The Effects of Process Parameters and Scan Strategy on the Corrosion Properties of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additively Manufactured Haynes 282
The Key Role of High-Temperature Testing & Post-Test Characterization to Qualify Advanced Manufacturing Methods and Materials for Energy Applications
Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing of Soft-magnetic Alloy

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