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Tuesday Sessions
8:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

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PowderMet Technical Sessions

 

  • Presentation numbers are listed before the author’s country identification.
  • Encore presentations will be indicated by having an "R" listed after the presentation number.

 

SESSION P09
Water-Atomized Powder Development

Session Chair:
Brad Richards,
Ametek Specialty Metal Products

043

Canada

8:00 a.m.

A Lab-Scale Water Atomizer to Produce Metal Powder: Flexible Design for Parametric Study and Visualization
Ali Asgarian,
University of Toronto

089

Canada

8:25 a.m.

Optimization of Water-Atomized Tool Steel Powders for Utilization in Direct Energy Deposition (DED) and Laser Powder Bed (LPB)
Denis Mutel,
Université Laval

044

Canada

8:50 a.m.

An Opportunistic Approach to Study a Large-Scale Metal Powder Plant
Ali Asgarian,
University of Toronto


 

SESSION P10
Secondary Operations and Dimensional Control

Session Chair:
Dustin Yetzer,
Abbott Furnace Company

122

USA

8:00 a.m.

Dimensional Change and Distortion of Heat Treated Components from PM Copper Steels Containing Various Carbon Content, and being Subjected to Post-Sinter Impregnation by Inorganic Sealant
Leonid Frayman,
Allegheny/Pamlico Coatings

112

USA

8:25 a.m.

Effects of Impregnation & Sealant Properties on the Machinability of FC-0208 PM Steel
Matt LoCoco,
Quaker Houghton

010

USA

8:50 a.m.

Evaluation of the Dimensional Change and Distortion After Heat Treatment of PM Components, being Subjected Post-Sinter Vacuum Impregnation by Inorganic Sealant
Leonid Frayman,
Allegheny/Pamlico Coatings

 

AMPM Technical Sessions

 

 

SESSION A10
AM Modeling II

Session Chair:
Steven R. Schmid,
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

046

USA

8:00 a.m.

Numerical Simulation of Thermal Behavior and Surface Topology During Selective Laser Melting
Mohsen Eshraghi,
California State University, Los Angeles

085

USA

8:25 a.m.

Lattice Structure Design for Metal Fused Filament Fabrication (MF3) of Ti-6Al-4V
Mohammad Qasim Shaikh, 
University of Louisville

244

USA

8:50 a.m.

Factors Affecting the Dimensional Variation in SS 17-4 PH Binder Jet Components
Mukund Nagaraj,
INDO MIM INC.


 

SESSION A11
AM Powder Production I

Session Chair:
Amir Nobari,
5N Plus, Inc.

186

USA

8:00 a.m.

Pour Tube Tip Extension Control of Melt Flow in Close-Coupled Gas Atomization
David J. Byrd,
Ames Laboratory

027

Germany

8:25 a.m.

The Production of High-Grade Metal Powder for Additive Manufacturing
Tobias Brune,
SMS Group GmbH

111

Spain

8:50 a.m.

Preparation of Metal-Ceramic Composite Powders Suitable for Additive Manufacturing of Co-Free Hardmetals and Cermets
Carlos Romero,
Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira


 

SESSION A12
Metal AM Build Processes I

Session Chair:
Virendra S. Warke,
Entegris Inc.

025

USA

8:00 a.m.

Evaluation of AM Technologies in MIM Applications: Part II
Joseph Tunick Strauss, FAPMI,
HJE Company, Inc.

140

USA

8:25 a.m.

Vat Photopolymerization and Sintering—A Powerful Combination for Difficult to Print Materials
Brian Adzima,
Holo Inc.

145

USA

8:50 a.m.

Advanced Additive Manufacturing for Precision Tooling
Stephen Connor,
PLANT PV

 

Tungsten Technical Session

 

 

SESSION T04
Hardmetal I

Session Chair:
Zhigang Zak Fang, FAPMI,
University of Utah

151

USA

8:00 a.m.

Coarse Tungsten Carbide Produced via Binder Jet 3D Printing
Ravi Enneti,
Global Tungsten & Powders Corporation

054

Spain

8:25 a.m.

Small-Scale Mechanical Response of Cemented Carbides
Luis Llanes,
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech

181  Liechtenstein

 

8:50a.m.

Reinforced Concrete Drilling with Cemented Tungsten Carbide Drill Bits: Wear and Fracture Mechanisms and Predictive Failure Analysis Based on Finite Element Modeling and Weibull Statistics
Steven Moseley,
Hilti AG

 

Special Interest Program

 

 

SIP 2-1
Alan Lawley Memorial Symposium I: Atomizing

Session Chair:
Christopher T. Schade,
Hoeganaes Corporation

547

United Kingdom

 

Atomization for PM: Past, Present and Future
John Dunkley,
Atomizing Systems Ltd.

561

USA

 

Approaching Lawley’s Vision: Tuning Close-Coupled Gas Atomization to Target Additive Manufacturing by Precision Powder Making
Iver Eric Anderson, FAPMI,
Ames Laboratory

569

United Kingdom

 

Evolution of Gas Atomizing for Advanced Manufacturing Processes
Paul Davies,
Sandvik Osprey Ltd

 

 

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