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Meeting 2023 AWS Poster Session
Symposium 4- Graduate Students
Organizer(s) Thomas J. Lienert, T.J. Lienert Consulting, LLC.
Gentry Wood, Apollo-Clad Laser Cladding
Yiyu Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Scope The AWS Poster Competition is a key component of the AWS Professional Program. Visual displays of technical or business projects are welcome for inclusion in the competition. Authors are also invited to submit a video (~ 3 to 4 minutes) along with their posters. Posters and videos will present results from welding and additive manufacturing (AM) related studies, which are best conveyed visually, as well as research results involving study and analysis of graphs, micrographs, tables, or CAD drawings.

September 11-14, 2023

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Extended until July 31, 2023

Requirements and Judging Criteria:
Posters must be submitted online. Follow the guidelines through the link below.
Find more information about submission, design guidelines, judging criteria, lists of topics and general tips at

Posters Due 07/31/2023
Proceedings Plan Undecided

Capacity and Acceptance Criteria of Welded Splices on Cold-Bent Reinforcing Steel
Capturing Accurate Measurements of Defect Size and Morphology during the Laser Welding of Aluminum Alloys
Characterization of Microstructural heterogeneities in Additively Manufactured Haynes 282
Computational Design of Experiment for Process Optimization in Temper Bead Welding
Computational Modeling of Carbide Precipitation during PWHT and Temperbead Welding of Grade 22 Steel
Computational Process-Microstructure-Property Optimization for Fe-10Ni Groove Welds
Design and Additive Manufacturing of Functionally Graded Materials for Olefin Furnaces
Effect the of local mechanical behavior on HAC susceptibility in the transition zone of DMWs
General Linear Models in Additive Manufacturing: Interpretability and Prediction of Historical and Pedigreed Ti-6Al-4V Fatigue Data
Impact of Sub 0.05 Percent Boron on 304L Liquation Cracking
Inoculated High Strength Aluminum Wire Feedstocks for Welding and DED
Leveraging Quantitative Fractography to Estimate Defect Severity from X-ray Computed Tomography of Additively Manufactured Titanium
Process-Microstructure-Property Effects of Additive Manufacturing on AF9628 Steel
Stress Relaxation Cracking Susceptibility in 347H SS Welds & E16.8.2 Repair Filler
Thermomechanical Behavior of Explosion Clad Welds for Gen3 CSP Systems
Welding of Thin Foil Titanium For Water Containing Pressure Vessels

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