Symposium

S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing

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TopicS: Structural Materials

Additive manufacturing (AM) of metals has strongly gained scientific and industrial importance during the last decades due to the geometrical flexibility and increased reliability of parts, as well as reduced equipment costs. Although metal AM parts are already in use for many applications in various industries, the complex interactions between a number of influencing factors such as energy source, processing environment and feedstock that govern the microstructure evolution are not fully understood. Therefore, prediction of the final properties, which is extremely desired for wide-spread industrial applicability of AM parts, still cannot be readily accomplished. This symposium will address recent advances in improving the understanding of material-process-microstructure-property relationships in additively manufactured high-performance alloys. In addition to experimental characterization, submission of studies focusing on simulation is highly encouraged.

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to:

  • process and microstructure design for metals and metallic alloys
  • high performance alloys, such as Ti-, Ni-, Fe-, Al-based alloys, as well as new alloys for AM produced by main AM techniques (e.g. PBF, DED, BJ, etc.)
  • correlation between feedstock, process and microstructure evolution
  • correlation between microstructure and mechanical properties under static and cyclic loading conditions in different environments
  • fracture, fatigue and failure analysis of AM parts

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
WEB Microstructural Simulation of additively manufactured Structures

Dr.-Ing. Beate Lauterbach Dr. Pinter Pascal Dr. Johannes Fieres

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
WEB Microstructural characterization of high-alloy quenching and partitioning TRIP steel manufactured by electron beam melting

Dipl.-Ing. Ruben Wagner Robert Lehnert Christina Burkhardt Philipp Clausnitzer Dr. Anja Weidner Dr. Mykhaylo Motylenko Dr. Marco Wendler Prof. Dr. Horst Biermann

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
Additive manufacturing of high temperature metallic materials

Janett Schmelzer Silja-Katharina Rittinghaus David Fichtner Prof. Dr. Manja Krüger

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
Development of novel austenitic and austenitic-ferritic advanced high strength steels for laser powder bed fusion

Patrick Köhnen Simon Ewald Prof. Dr. Johannes Henrich Schleifenbaum Prof. Dr. Andrey Belyakov Dr. Christian Haase

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
Microstructure and properties of novel developed tool steels processed by laser powder bed fusion

Prof. Dr. Julia Kristin Hufenbach Fabian Kochta Dr. Tobias Gustmann Dr. Jan Sander Dr. Annett Gebert Dr. Uta Kühn

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
On the influence of defects on the mechanical behavior of AISI H13 manufactured by Electron Beam Melting (EBM)

Moritz Kahlert Prof. Dr. Thomas Niendorf Dr. Florian Brenne Malte Vollmer

Lecture S10: Process-microstructure-property relationships in high-performance alloys produced by additive manufacturing
Prospects of Additive Manufacturing of Co-Ni-Ga High-Temperature Shape Memory Alloys

Christian Lauhoff Niklas Sommer Malte Vollmer Philipp Krooß Stefan Böhm Thomas Niendorf