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Mannheim, Germany| May 26 – 31, 2024

Join us for the 51st CALPHAD Conference that will take place in Mannheim, Germany from May 26th to May 31st 2024.

The design of industrial processes requires reliable thermodynamic data. CALPHAD (Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry) aims to promote computational thermodynamics through development of models to represent thermodynamic properties for various phases which permit prediction of properties of multicomponent systems from those of binary and ternary subsystems, critical assessment of data and their incorporation into self-consistent databases, development of software to optimize and derive thermodynamic parameters and the development and use of databanks for calculations to improve understanding of various industrial and technological processes. This work is disseminated through the CALPHAD journal and its annual conference.

Join Our Presentations

Influence of alloying elements on cementite formation on Fe-X (X = Si, Mo, V) alloys during carburization

Speaker: Andre Schneider
Date: Tuesday 28 May 2024
Time: 08:00 AM
Session: 5 – Steels 1

AlloyNet – Predicting Alloy Properties by ANNs

Speaker: Qing Chen
Date: Tuesday 28 May 2024
Time: 10:50 AM
Session: 6 – CALPHAD and Data Science

Applying CALPHAD Data to an Industrial Production Process: Kinetic Simulation of a Ladle Furnace

Speaker: Nicholas Grundy
Date: Thursday 30 May 2024
Time: 09:00 AM
Session: 11 – Steels 2

Pre-Conference Workshop

Augmenting CALPHAD Software and Data for Process Simulations

Thermo-Calc Software will together with QuesTek Europe host a pre-conference workshop. The workshop will take place on Sunday, May 26 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at the Dorint Hotel. The aim of the workshop is to follow data from their creation by assessments following the CALPHAD approach all the way to their use in industrial applications.

The workshop will consist of three parts: DATA, ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING, and INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION. Thermo-Calc Software will present the first two parts. Participants will learn about the development of Thermo-Calc’s CALPHAD databases, how the data outlined in Part 1 is used as input for a FEM model of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) process, and much more!

Registration for the workshop is required in order to attend.

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