The Superalloy 718 & Derivatives 2023 conference is a meeting to explore all aspects of metallurgical processing, materials behavior, and microstructural performance for a distinct class of 718-type superalloy and derivatives. First held in 1991, Superalloy 718 takes place every three to four years. Start planning now to join colleagues and make new contacts at the conference’s tenth installment.
The topics cover broad industrial applications for a cross-section of industries, including supply chain, energy, and aerospace. Leading names in the field are involved as presenters or engaged in stringently curating presentations to ensure the highest quality programming. Attendees gain networking opportunities across industries, forge new connections for future collaborations, and learn about the latest developments in alloys, processes, applications, and modeling.
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Invited talk: Application of CALPHAD based tools to modeling of alloy 718
Authors:Paul Mason, Carl-Magnus Lancelot, Taiwu Yu, Thomas Barkar, Adam Hope Date: Tuesday 16 May 2023 Time: 08:05 AM Location: Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel – Admiral Session: Modeling & Data Analytics
An ICME Framework to Predict the Microstructure and Yield
Strength of INCONEL 718 for Different Heat Treatments
Authors:Taiwu Yu, Thomas Barkar, Carl-Magnus Lancelot, Paul Mason Date: Tuesday 16 May 2023 Time: 09:35 AM Location: Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel – Admiral Session: Modeling & Data Analytics
Thermo-Calc Software at the Event
We will have a table top exhibit at the event. We hope to see you there!
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