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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. They will be added to the site when available.

 

Poster Committee

Scott Davis, Chairman
Hoeganaes Corporation

John Blauser
Hoeganaes Corporation

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

101        USA
A Low-Cost, Industrial Scalable, Cleantech Method for Recycling Stainless Steel Machining Waste into 3D Printable Powders, Using High-Energy Milling Equipment
Steven R. Longpre, BSS Additive

159        USA
Improvement of Core Loss in Oriented Electrical Steels with Mn-Doped MgO Insulation Coating Layer
Bong Gu Kim, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Poster B: Processing


011         USA
Hybrid Post-Sinter Treatment of Sinter Hardened Artifacts from PM Steels
Andrew A. Serafini, The Pennsylvania State University—Dubois

 

039         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, McGill University

 

128          USA
Electron Beam Physical Vapour Deposition Models for Thermal Barrier Coating Fabrications
Anvesh Dhulipalla, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

 

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

Poster C: Properties

 

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

154          USA
Thermal Fatigue Modeling of Thermal Barrier Coating
Abhilash Gulhane, Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

 

Additionally, 76 posters from recipients of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants, CPMT/Axel Madsen Conference Grants, and Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) Conference Grants will be on display.

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.