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Poster Program

INTERNATIONAL POSTERS dealing with various aspects of PM and particulate materials technologies will be displayed daily starting on Monday morning. Authors will be available at their posters for discussion Monday (5:30–7:00 p.m.) during the PM Evening Alehouse. Manuscripts submitted from poster authors will be published in the conference proceedings.

“Outstanding Poster” and “Poster of Merit” awards will be given by the Poster Awards Committee for displays that best meet the established criteria. Award ribbons will be posted prior to the designated discussion period on Monday.

Grant TNT: Talk 'N Technology also have dedicated times throughout the conference. Visit the Grant TNT Schedule page for details.


Poster Committee

Scott Davis, Chairman
Hoeganaes Corporation

John Blauser
Gasbarre—Precision Tooling

Cynthia Freeby
Ametek Specialty Metal Products

Nicholas T. Mares, FAPMI

Poster A: Materials

009       India
Effect of Phosphorous Addition on Tribological Behavior of Copper Processed Through Powder Metallurgy
Leevan Rajendran, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre

042       Taiwan
Thermoelectric Properties of Zn4Sb3 Prepared by Mechanical Alloying and Different Consolidation Routes
Pee-Yew Lee, National Taiwan Ocean University

154        USA
Thermal Fatigue Modeling of Thermal Barrier Coating
Abhilash A. Gulhane, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

159        USA
Synthesis and Characteristics of Magnesia-Based Metal Oxide Powders by Co-Precipitation Method
Bonggu Kim, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

213        USA
The Study of Dynamic Recrystallization and Microstructural Analysis on Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel
Hajime Yamanaka, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

216        USA
Texture Evolution in Electron Beam Powder Bed Produced Ti-6Al-4V with Varying Build Strategies
Alec I. Saville, Colorado School of Mines

222        USA
Investigation of the Selective Laser Melting Process for AlSi10Mg and AA6061 Fabricated at High Laser Power
Michael V. Pires, Lehigh University

224        USA
Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing for the Development of Cobal Chrome Biocomposite
John J. Ruprecht, Minnesota State University Mankato

232        USA
Fabrication, Characterization, and Analysis of Functionally Graded Titanium—Titanium Diboride Plates
Nicholas S. Palsgaard, Sacramento State

249        Canada
Binder Jet Printing of a Low-Cost Water-Atomized Tool Steel Powder
Ryan Ley, Dalhousie University

250        Canada
In Situ Nitride Formation in Aluminum Components Produced by Directed Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing
Maude Tremblay, Laval University

251        Canada
Promoting Chemistry Homogenization in Lean PM Steels Through Utilization of a Master-Alloy
William Bouchard, Laval University

254        USA
Effect of Heat Treatment on SLM 316L Stainless Steel
Andrew Yap, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

259        USA
In Situ Gas-Phased Passivation of Low-Pressure Gas-Atomized Calcium Powder
Charles Czahor, Iowa State University

264        USA
Microstructural Features in Additively Manufactured Duplex Stainless Steel Alloys
Andrew D. Iams, The Pennsylvania State University

268        USA
Advanced Corrosion Studies of Laser-Powder Bed Processed 420 Stainless Steel
Alexander J. Gupta, University of Louisville

268        USA
Advanced Corrosion Studies of Laser-Powder Bed Processed 420 Stainless Steel
Alexander J. Gupta, University of Louisville

Poster B: Processing

011        USA
Effect of Hybrid Post-Sinter Treatment on Sinter Hardened Structural Parts from PM Steels
Andrew A. Serafini, The Pennsylvania State University—DuBois Campus

39        USA
Influence of SLM Processing Parameters on Mechanical Properties of Tungsten-Heavy Alloys
Bartlomiej K. Bancewicz, Lehigh University

045        USA
Effect of Scanning Strategies on the Melt Pool Geometry during Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing
Antonio Magana-Ceballos, California State University Los Angeles

050        Canada
A Novel Method for Determining the Packing Factor of Powder for Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion Application
Basel Alchikh-Sulaiman, Department of Mining and Materials Engineering, McGill University

128        USA
Electron Based Physical Vapor Deposition Model for Thermal Barrier Coating Fabrication
Anvesh Dhulipalla, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

155        USA
3D Printing of Biomimetic Inspired Zircon Ceramic Structures
Piyush P. Raikar, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

208        Canada
Imaging the Interaction of Multiple Water Sprays to Demystify the Atomization Zone During Ferrous Metal Atomization
Ali Asgarian, University of Toronto

210        USA
Process Parameter Development for LPBF of AF9628 Steel
Erin M. Hager, Air Force Institute of Technology

211        USA
Improving Mechanical Properties of LPBF Nickel Alloy 718 by Supersolvus Annealing
David Newell, Air Force Institute of Technology

217        USA
Additive Manufacturing of Aerospace Components
Katrina S. Johnston, Drexel University

219        USA
Combined Experimental and Modeling Study of Copper Nanoparticle Sintering in Intense Pulsed Light Sintering Process
Xuehui Yang, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

220        USA
Exploration of Powder Processing, Heat Treating, and Texturing Eventual Gas-Atomized Alnico Magnets with Near-Final Shape for use in Electric Drive Motors
Emily A. Rinko, Iowa State University

221        USA
Dislocation and Oxide Dispersoid Density Comparison Between As-Mechanically Alloyed 14YWT Powder and Cold Sprayed then Heat Treated GARS Fe-ODS Powder
Rebecca Whitesell, Iowa State University

225        USA
Marangoni Convection in Selective Laser Melting of 316L Stainless Steel
Prakash Gautam, Montana Technological University

226        USA
ZrC-W Composites Prepared by Reactive Melt Infiltration of Zr2Cu Alloy into Binder Jet Printed WC Preforms
Rina K. Mudanyi, North Carolina A&T State University

227        USA
Parameter Optimization of AlSi10Mg Alloy System in 200W Direct Metal Laser Sintering Process
Matthew White, North Carolina State Univeristy

228        USA
Diffusion Bonding of Silver-Graphite-Copper Composites in Different Atmospheres
Linsea H. Paradis, The Pennsylvania State University—DuBois Campus

231        USA
The Influence of Precursor Derived Secondary Structures on the Sintering Behavior of Binder Jet 3D Printed Titanium Dioxide
Lynnora O. Grant, Rice University

233        USA
Fabrication of Functionally-Graded Stainless Steel 316L Bulk Structures by Selective Laser Melting
Yash Parikh, Texas A&M University

234        USA
Investigation of Compositional and Structural Evolution of Passivation Layers to Absorbed Water on Cold Spray Aluminum Powders
Cameron Crook, University of California, Irvine

235        USA
Spark Plasma Sintering of Aluminum Powders
Olivia Brandt, University of California, Riverside

236        USA
Synthesis of Graphite-Molybdenum Carbide Composite by High-Energy Ball Milling
Madelyn F. Madrigal Camacho, University of California, Riverside

240        USA
Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing of High-Performance High-Entropy Alloys
Jie Ren, University of Massachusetts Amherst

241        USA
Effect of Powder Reuse on Static Mechanical Properties of Stainless Steels Produced Through Selective Laser Melting
Jessica H. Schiltz, University of Notre Dame

244        USA
Mechanical Testing and Characterization of Hot Isostatic Pressed and Heat Treated Additive Manufactured Inconel 718
Jaime Varela, University of Texas at El Paso

247        USA
Processing, Characterization and Bio-Tribocorrosion of Silicon and Calcium Phosphate Reinforced Ti6Al4V for Load-Bearing Implants
Jose Avila, Washington State University

248        Canada
Processing of Ti-64 by Laser Powder Fed Additive Manufacturing
Nicholas Gosse, Dalhousie University

253        USA
Additive Manufacturing in CubeSats
Kuba (Jakub) Preis, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

255        USA
SuperPowder: Quantitative Morphological Analysis of Metal Powders with Computer Vision
Andrew R. Kitahara, Carnegie Mellon University

256        USA
Residual Stress Development in Additively Manufactured Nickel Superalloys as a Function of Part Spatial Location and Orientation
Caleb E. Andrews, Drexel University

257        USA
3D Printing of Biomimetic Inspired Zircon Ceramic Structures
Tejesh Dube, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

258        USA
Optimizing Extrusion Process Using Water Atomized 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Powders
Jian Zhang, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

262        USA
Process Monitoring and Control Using Electron Signals in the EBM Process
Mouda Tung, North Carolina State University

265        USA
Simulations of the Stress Field Around a Sinter-Crack
Joseph R. Carazzone, Rice University

266        USA
Powder Consolidation Followed by High Pressure Torsion to Enhance the Strength of Novel Silver Alloys
Evander H. Ramos, University of California, Riverside

267        USA
Bottom-Up Approaches for Production of High Strength Ultrafine Grained Silver Alloys
Erik W. Sease, University of California, Riverside

270        USA
Effect of Solids Loading, Volumetric Flow Rate, and Layer Height on the Properties of Metal Fused Filament Fabrication of Bronze
Mohammad Qasim Shaikh, University of Louisville

272        USA
Additive Manufacturing of ODS FeCrAl via In Situ Oxidation
Ty Austin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

273        USA
Chemistry in Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing
Dustin B. Gilmer, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

274        USA
Setter Strategies for Reduce Sintering Distortion of Binder Jetted Parts
Christopher S. Shafer, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

275        USA
Ultra-fine Microstructure Formation During Hydrogen Sintering Phase Transformation
Munro J. Alley, University of Utah

277        USA
Alternating-Material-Deposition Additive Manufacturing for Site-Specific Property Control in Engineering Structures
Kellen D. Traxel, Washington State University

278        USA
Direct Fabrication of Ti6Al4V+ Al12Si Compositionally Graded Materials by Laser Engineered Net Shaping
Yanning Zhang, Washington State University

Poster C: Properties


152          USA
Creep Modeling of 3D Printed Inconel718
Harshal Dhamade, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis

212          USA
Investigation of Notch Sensitivity of Selective Laser Melted 316L
Paul Swartz, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

214          USA
Using Computer Vision and Machine Learning to Create Super-Powder Fingerprints Which Associate Powder Characteristics with Flow Properties in AM
Srujana Rao Yarasi, Carnegie Mellon University

215          USA
The Effect of Defects on the Material Behavior of Additively Manufactured Materials
Benjamin A. Smith, Clemson University

218          USA
Exploring Local Residual Strain in DMLS Fabricated IN625 Using Electron Microscopy
Kathryn A. Small, Drexel University

223          USA
Multistage Foaming of Powder Particles for Structural and Functional Applications
Samuel Brennan, Millersville University

229          USA
Fractographic Study of Failure Modes Under Different Strain Rates nd Fatigue Loading in Solid and Liquid- Phase Sintered Fe-Alloy PM Samples and Comparisons with Fracture Behavior of an AM Ti-Alloy
Bernard R. Rauckhorst, The Pennsylvania State University—DuBois Campus

230          USA
Powder Rheology Measurement of Atomized TI-6V-4Al for Additive Manufacturing Applications
Brian T. Kelley, Pennsylvania State University—State College

237          USA
Grain Boundary Pinning by Hydrogenated Yttrium Particles in a Magnesium Alloy Processed by Cryomilling and Spark Plasma Sintering
Heather Salvador, University of California, Riverside

238          USA
Thermal Stability of Cu-Ta Alloys fabricated by Cryomilling and Consolidated via Spark Plasma Sintering
Anqi Yu, University of California, Riverside

239          USA
Effects of Nitrogen Content in Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of 420 Stainless Steel Fabricated by Laser-Powder Bed Fusion
Bryson Clifford, University of Louisville

242          USA
Role of Thermal Gradients in the Microstructure Evolution in EBM Ti-6Al-4V Builds
Sabina C. Kumar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

243          USA
Identifying Correlations Between Powder Properties and Binder Jet Print Settings to Optimize Process
Natalie R. Wieber, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

245          USA
Powder Metallurgy Ti-6Al-4V with Wrought like Microstructure and Mechanical Properties
Wyatt J. McNeill, University of Utah

246          USA
The Effects of Particle Sizes and Doping Element Compositions on Sintering Behavior of Tungsten
Marty H. Simmons, University of Utah

252          USA
Alternative Method and Test Sample for Metal AM Mechanical Properties Testing Eugene Chiang, California Polytechnic
State University, San Luis Obispo

260          USA
Imaging in Metallized Detonation Fireballs
Fynn Reinbacher, Iowa State University

261          USA
Mechanical Behavior of Additively Manufactured Copper Using Electron Beam Melting Technology
Prithwish Tarafder, North Carolina State University

263          USA
Evaluation of Silica-Alumina Insulation Systems in Relation to Atmosphere Composition
Nicholas J. Carrier, The Pennsylvania State University

269          USA
Properties and Microstructure of Inconel 625 Processed by Laser- Powder Bed Fusion
Victor Papyshev, University of Louisville

271          USA
Corrosion Properties of Inconel 625 Processed by Laser-Powder Bed Fusion
Kavish Sudan, University of Louisville

276          USA
Hydrogen Assisted Sintering to Facilitate Phase Transformation in Ti-6Al-4V Powder
Collin T. Andersen, University of Utah

282          USA
N-Band TES Algorithm for the Visualization of Absolute Temperature and Emissivity Distribution of an Arc Welding Melt Pool Using Telops FAST-M100k Multispectral Infrared Imaging Camera
Benjamin Saute, Telops

283          USA
Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Resistance of Laser-Powder Bed Fusion Processed Duplex Stainless Steel
Arulselvan Arumugham Akilan, University of Louisville


Student Grant Program

Continuing our quest to introduce the science of PM to students, 40 National Science Foundation (NSF), 4 CPMT/Axel Madsen Conference Grant, and 32 Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) Conference Grant recipients will prepare project posters on PM & metal AM to be displayed during the conference. Additionally, each recipient will present a 10-minute synopsis of the poster during a scheduled Grant TNT: Talk 'N Technology. Grant recipients and their poster titles will be available on the conference website.

National Science Foundation LogoMPIF is grateful to the National Science Foundation for its support of students to attend the POWDERMET2019 & AMPM2019 annual conferences. This support provides student participants with opportunities to exchange ideas with leading researchers and engineers from worldwide industrial and governmental facilities, as well as with students and faculty from both domestic and international universities. Student participants will learn the latest research areas and results in powder metallurgy fields of interest. These opportunities will not only improve the students’ knowledge in the field, but also develop scientists and engineers who are ideally suited to create the next generation of designs in powder metallurgy and metal additive manufacturing that will push materials and manufacturing capabilities.

CPMT LogoThe Axel Madsen Conference Grant Program was established by the Madsen family to encourage students to learn more about PM technology and eventually pursue careers in the PM industry.

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