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

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 P17
Novel Materials

Session Chair:
Salvator Nigarura,
Global Tungsten & Powders Corporation

067

Spain

8:00 a.m.

High-Entropy Alloys: A New Opportunity for the PM Route—Part 1
Jose Torralba, FAPMI,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

083

China

8:25 a.m.

Development of a New Cr-Based Hardmetal with Nanosized Tungsten Carbide Grain Size Through Liquid-Phase Sintering and Spark Plasma Sintering
Xiang X. Deng,
Beijing Institute of Technology

073

Spain

8:50 a.m.

High-Entropy Alloys: A New Opportunity for the PM Route—Part 2
Jose Torralba, FAPMI,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid


 

SESSION P18
Powder Metallurgy Standard Updates

Session Chair:
Arthur (Bud) Jones,
Symmco

168

USA

8:00 a.m.

MPIF Conventional Powder Metallurgy Standards
W. Brian James, FAPMI,
PMtech

169

USA

8:25 a.m.

MPIF Metal Injection Molding Standards
Michael Stucky,
Norwood Medical

170

USA

8:50 a.m.

MPIF Metal Additive Manufacturing Standards
Animesh Bose, FAPMI,
Desktop Metal

 

AMPM Technical Sessions

 

 

SESSION A22
Alloy Design & Development

Session Chair:
William Peter,
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

121

USA

8:00 a.m.

Development of Dual Phase Steel for LPBF Applications
Kerri Horvay,
Hoeganaes Corporation

162

USA

8:25 a.m.

Phases, Properties, and Correlation to Theory in Rapidly Solidified Alloys Designed for AM
Emma White, 
Ames Laboratory

 

 

8:50 a.m.

No presentation scheduled at this time.
 


 

SESSION A23
Process History Effects on Final Properties

Session Chair:
James W. Sears,
AMAERO Inc

013  United Kingdom

 

8:00 a.m.

The Evolution of Material Properties from Powder to Application
James Ashby,
Liberty Powder Metals Ltd.

022

Sweden

8:25 a.m.

Effect of Heat Treatments on Mechanical Properties of Ultra-High-Strength Maraging Steels Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing
Faraz Deirmina,
Sandvik Machining Solutions AB

078

USA

8:50 a.m.

Quantification of Defects in Laser Power Bed Fusion with Process Interruptions 
Dana Drake,
EOS of North America, Inc.


 

SESSION A24
AM Materials

Session Chair:
Javier Arreguin,
GE Additive

147

USA

8:00 a.m.

Room Temperature and High-Temperature Mechanical Properties of Nickel Superalloys Fabricated Using a Multi-Laser Powder Bed Fusion System
Ravi Aswathanarayanaswamy,
Renishaw Inc.

034

USA

8:25 a.m.

Effect of Novel Nano-Boronated Alloy on the Densification, Surface Morphology, Hardness and Magnetic Properties of Sintered AISI630
Arun Chattopadhyay,
Etimine USA Inc.

195

USA

8:50 a.m.

Additive Manufacturing of High Strength Niobium Alloys
J. Scott O'Dell,
Plasma Processes, LLC

 

Tungsten Technical Session

 

 

SESSION T08
Tungsten Processing

Session Chair:
Brady Butler,
DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory

056

USA

8:00 a.m.

Enhanced Sintering of Tungsten
John Johnson, FAPMI,
Novamet Specialty Products

080

Germany

8:25 a.m.

Dose Reduction and Performance Improvement at Different CT Application by 3D Screen Printing
Guido Stiebritz,
H.C. Starck Hermsdorf GmbH

124

Turkey

8:50 a.m.

The Effects of Calcium Tungstate on Sintering Behavior of Tungsten Powder Produced in Molten NaCl-CaCl2
Mahmut Erol
 

 

Special Interest Program

 

 

SIP 3-1
Flow and Spreadability Characterization of Metal Powders I: Powder Spreadability

Session Chair:
Louis-Philippe Lefebvre,
National Research Council Canada

564

United Kingdom

 

Review of the ASTM CoE Program on Metal Powder Feedstock Characterization
Steven  Hall,
The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)

570

USA

 

Comparing the Spreadability and Flowability of Recycled and Virgin 316L Stainless Steel Powders for Additive Manufacturing Applications Using a New Powder Spreadability Analyzer and the Revolution Powder Analyzer
Greg Martiska,
Mercury Scientific Inc.

549

USA

 

Design and Results from NIST’s Powder Spreading Testbed
Justin Whiting,
Georgetown University/National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

 

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