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Thermo-Calc User Group Meeting - Stockholm 2023
Stockholm, Sweden｜ 8 June 2023
We are happy to announce the Thermo–Calc Software User Group Meeting at the World Trade Center in Stockholm on June 8th, 2023. The aim of the meeting is to exchange ideas and experience in the field of CALPHAD-type thermodynamics and kinetics in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The language of all presentations will be English.
Please note that the registration date for the User Group Meeting in Stockholm has passed. But you are welcome to send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will check if a spot is available for you.
09.00–09.45:Registrationand coffee with sandwich
09.45 –10.00:Welcome and Introduction Dr. Anders Engström, Thermo–Calc Software
10.00 –10.50: News from Thermo–Calc Software: Thermo–Calc, DICTRA, TC–PRISMA and databases Reza Naraghi and Dr. Johan JeppssonThermo–Calc Software
10.50–11.10:ICMEmodel development for the design of steels Dr. John Aristeidakis, QuesTek Europe, Sweden
11.10 – 11.30: Towards green Aluminum: Microstructure modelling of the impact of recycling on Al alloys Dr. Astrid Marthinsen, SINTEF Industry, Norway
11.30–11.45:Short break with fruits and water
11.45–12.05: Materials challenges related to high temperature components in 2-stroke marine engines Dr. Kristian Vinter Dahl, MAN Energy Solutions, Denmark
12.05–12.25:Simulation of precipitation of y’ and y’’ in Alloy 718 Dr. Ulrika Borggren, Alleima, Sweden
12.25 – 12.45: The progress of material digital research and application in China Prof. Su Hang, Director of material digital R&D center, CISRI, China
14.00–14.25:Applications of Thermo–Calc to steelmaking and processing Prof. Andre Costa e Silva,EEIMVR–UFF, Brazil
14.25 –14.50:Application of computational thermodynamics and kinetics to Additive Manufaturing of steels Dr. Greta Lindwall, KTH, Sweden
14.50–15.15: Quantitative characterization and modelling of secondary carbides in low alloyed tool steels Dr. Erik Claesson, SWERIM, Sweden
15.45 –16.05: Application of ICME materials design approach in surface and joining technology Dr. Sedigheh Bigdeli,Höganäs, Sweden
16.05 –16.30:Engineering applications analysedwith the Diffusion module (DICTRA) Prof. John Ågren, KTH, Sweden
16.30–17.00:Demonstration of the new Additive Manufacturing module in Thermo–Calc Dr.Johan Jeppsson, Thermo–Calc Software
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