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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design and Alloy Development VI – Closed-Loop Alloy Design
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Additive Manufacturing Committee
Organizer(s) Behrang Poorganji, University of Toledo
James Edward Saal, Citrine Informatics
Hunter Martin, HRL Laboratories LLC
Orlando Rios, University of Tennessee
Atieh Moridi, Cornell University
Jiadong Gong, Questek Innovations LLC
S. Mohadeseh Taheri-Mousavi, Carnegie Mellon University
Scope While additive manufacturing (AM) offers a new paradigm in part design for complex architectures, the availability of additive-capable existing or new materials is minimal. The need for materials and alloys designed specifically for additive technology is increasing rapidly, and many new approaches have been developed to address this need. Conventional alloys are designed based on constraints of conventional materials processing and manufacturing technologies such as casting, forging, and hot rolling or sheet metal forming. The unique solidification conditions during these processes have made expanding current conventional alloys to AM difficult and made the introduction of newly designed materials a technology challenge.

A long-time goal in the alloy development community is the creation of a truly closed-loop experimental design system, where properties are optimized by autonomously tweaking composition and processing conditions, all without the need for human intervention. Much work towards this vision has been focused on autonomous simulations and machine learning models, data workflows, and decision-making AI algorithms. However, arguably the biggest remaining challenge is a robust, autonomous materials synthesis and characterization platform. AM is uniquely suited to serve this purpose as it allows for rapid prototyping of unique combinations of compositions, process parameters, and component shapes, all without the need for human input or manipulation. Integrating materials, design, and manufacturing innovation is a new frontier that requires critical attention to harness the full potential of AM technology.
In this symposium, we are welcoming work that shows progress in the automation of AM prototyping and subsequent characterization and the integration of AM in closed-loop alloy design workflows.

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Closed-loop Computational Approach for the Design and Development of High-strength Al Alloys Tailored for Laser-based Powder Bed Fusion
A Data-Driven Alloy Design Framework to Enable Location-Specific Phase Manipulation in Additively Manufactured Stainless Steels
A Study of the Thermal Cycling Effect on Fabricated Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glass by Standard and Non-standard Beam Distribution Upon Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Closed-Loop Materials Design with Artificial Intelligence
Compositional and Microstructural characterization of 304L and 316L Stainless Steels Produced by L-PBF Additive Manufacturing Using Novel Dry Metal Alloy (DMA) Powder Feedstock
Development of Additively Manufactured Al-based Superalloys
Enhancing 3D Printability of High Strength Aluminum Alloys for LPBF Applications by Mechanical Mixing of Commercial 2024 and Al10SiMg Powders
Experimental Evaluation of Pitting Corrosion Resistance of Nickel Silicide (NiSi12-wt.%) Laser Cladded Surfaces
F-31: Design and Rapid Verification of Alloys Suitable for Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process for Aerospace Applications
F-32: Fabrication of Compositionally Gradient Chromium in Steel Alloy by Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
F-33: Viscosity Characterization of an Energetic Initiator Ink for 3D Printing and Machine Learning Models
Fatigue Characterization of Plasma Atomized Ti-6Al-4V Produced by Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process
Fine-grained and Texture-free Microstructure of AISI 304L Steel Obtained by Alloy Adjustment for Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing Process
Grand Alloying: Enabling Multi-phase Co-existence in Additive Manufactured Titanium Alloys
GRX-810: A 3D Printable Alloy Designed for Extreme Environments
High-resolution Composition Grading in Additive Manufacturing by Combining Inkjet Deposition with Laser Powder Bed Fusion
ICME Framework Advancing Multi-material Additive Manufacturing
Improving DMA 304L Stainless Steel Chemical Homogeneity by L-PBF Scan Strategy Tuning
Machine Learning Discovery of Optimal Processing Zones in Laser Powder Bed Fusion via High Throughput Mechanical Experiments
Materials Design and Additive Manufacturing of Metal Matrix Composites
Microcrack Mechanisms during Additive Manufacturing of γ /γ' Ni-base Superalloy and Alloy Design to Eliminate Cracking
Non-equilibrium Phase Transformations in Laser Powder Bed Fused Nickel-aluminum Bronze Using Atom-probe Tomography Analysis
Novel, Elevated Temperature Al-Ce-Mo Alloys for Additive Manufacturing
Overcoming Challenges in Custom Powder Manufacturing - From Low-melting and Reactive Materials to Refractories
Process Windows of Inconel 625 Fabricated by Direct Energy Deposition-based Lasermeister System
Reverse Design: Alloys Tailored for Green Body Printing and Sintering
Roles of Solute and Nucleant in Grain Structure Evolution of Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
Tailoring Metastability Due to Rapid Solidification to Achieve High-strength Printable Al Alloys
Tailoring Microstructure with Precipitation to Improve the Mechanical Properties of Laser Powder Bed Fused Marageing Steel
The Development of Novel Al-Si-Cu-Mg Compositions with High Copper Content for PBF-LB/M Processing
The Relationship between Composition and Crack Susceptibility in Additively Manufactured Nickel-based Superalloys


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