This year’s TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition was attended by more than 4,000 engineers, scientists, academics and other professionals who shared the latest advances in the fields of minerals, metals and materials. Staff from our main office in Sweden, Switzerland and the USA were in attendance, giving seven presentations on the latest developments to our software and databases.
We are releasing all of our TMS 2020 presentations in PDF format, so you can read about some of the exciting new developments that we have been working on. Read about the new Pearlite model being implemented into the Property Model Calculator, advances in additive manufacturing applications, an upgrade to the Process Metallurgy Module that will allow users to model the entire steelmaking process and more.
Development of Non-equilibrium Thermodynamic Tools for Additive Manufacturing:Kaisheng Wu Symposium: Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design and Alloy Development II
Session: Fundamentals of Alloy Design
Monday, February 24 at 9:05 AM | Room 6F, San Diego Convention Ctr
Further Developments of CALPHAD Based Tools for Accelerating Alloy Design: Paul Mason Symposium: Materials Design Approaches and Experiences
Session: Alloy Design Strategy and Tools
Monday, February 24 at 10:25 AM | Room 33A, San Diego Convention Ctr
Boosting the CALPHAD Modeling of Multi-component Systems by ab initio Calculations: Selected Case Studies: Giancarlo Trimarchi; Qing Chen
Session: Algorithm Development in Materials Science and Engineering: Electronic Scale Calculations and Machine Learning
Monday, February 24 at 11:20 AM | Room 31C, San Diego Convention Ctr
The Application of an Effective Equilibrium Reaction Zone Model Based on CALPHAD Thermodynamics to Steel Making: Paul Mason; Nicholas Grundy; Ralf Rettig; Lina Kjellqvist; Johan Jeppsson; Ake Jansson; Johan Bratberg
Symposium: 11th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing Session: Energy Efficient Clean Metallurgical Technologies
Monday, February 24 at 2:45 PM | Room 12, San Diego Convention Ctr Session
Pearlite in Multicomponent Steels: Phenomenological Steady-state Modeling: Kaisheng Wu
Symposium: Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution
Session: Phase Transformations in Ferrous Alloys
Wednesday, February 26 at 8:50 AM | Room 33B, San Diego Convention Ctr Session
Developing CALPHAD Databases for Thermophysical Properties of Metals and Alloys: Qing Chen Symposium: Hume-Rothery Symposium: Thermodynamics, Phase Equilibria and Kinetics for Materials Design and Engineering
Session: CALPHAD Thermodynamic and Diffusion Database Development
Wednesday, February 26 at 2:00 PM | Room 32A, San Diego Convention Ctr Session
Improvement of a CALPHAD Database for the Development of Next Generation TiAl Alloys by Targeted Key Experiments on High-temperature Phase Equilibria – The EU Project Advance: Frank Stein 1; Benedikt Distl 1; Zahra Kahrobaee 1; Martin Palm 1; Katja Hauschildt 2; Marcus Rackel 2; Florian Pyczak 2; Svea Mayer 3; Yang Yang 4; Hai-Lin Chen 4; Anders Engström 4; 1Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung; 2Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht;
3Montanuniversität Leoben; 4Thermo-Calc Software AB
This presentation is part of the Advance Project, which is a European consortium to advance the design of titanium aluminide (TiAl) alloys used in the manufacture of lightweight aircraft turbine engine components. While the presentation slides are not available, you can read about the project on our website.
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