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Residual Stress – Additive Manufactured Components

Workshop

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Location: Virtual event

Price: £60 – Members, £85 – Non-members, £50 – All students Special offer become a BSSM member for 2022 and attend the workshop at the member's rate £110 or £75 for students.

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Organisers

Judith Shackleton, Mike Gower and Tony Fry from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), UK. 

About the Workshop

Virtual two-day event, to be hosted by NPL using MS Teams

Confirmed Speakers

John Bouchard
The Open University
"AM Residual Stress Measurement Challenges and Solutions"

Stewart Williams
Cranfield University
"Residual stress origins and control approaches in Additive Manufacture"

Yongle Sun
Cranfield University
"Modelling and understanding the rolling-enabled mitigation of residual stress and distortion in wire arc additive manufacturing"

Martin White
ASTM International
"Additive Manufacturing Standards – how can they help, and where are the gaps?"

Provisional Programme

Day 1 - Wednesday 27th October 2021

14:00 Welcome and Introduction to Residual Stress Measurement Techniques
Tony Fry, National Physical Laboratory
14:30 Residual Stress origins and control in additive manufacturing
Stewart Williams, Cranfield University
15:00 AM Residual Stress Measurement Challenges and Solutions
John Bouchard, The Open University
15:30 Residual Stress Measurement using X-ray Diffraction Technique
Mohammed Belassel, Proto
16:00 Close

Day 2 - Thursday 28th October 2021

14:00  Welcome to day 2
14:15  Additive Manufacturing Standards – how can they help, and where are the gaps?
Martin White, ASTM International
14:45  Modelling and understanding the rolling-enabled mitigation of residual stress and distortion in wire arc additive manufacturing
Yongle Sun, Cranfield University
15:15  Benchmark residual stress characterisation challenges in metallic additively manufactured components
Matthew Roy, Manchester University
15:45  Close

 

 

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