Preliminay Conference Program

Full Scientific Program will be available soon. 


Day 1:  4th September
10:30 h - 11:30 h
Registration (Level -1)
11:30 h - 12:00 h (Auditorium)
Welcome: Chancellor, Chair of conference.
Openning session
12:00 h - 12:30 h (Auditorium)
- Ti AM global view. ADDIMAT.
12:30 h - 13:00 h (Auditorium)
- (450). A Pathway to Achieving High-Performance and Low-Cost Ti Simultaneously.
Z. Zak Fang, P. Sun (Universidad of Utah)
13.00 h - 14:20 h (Main Lobby)
Networking Lunch and Poster session
Session 1:
PM Consolidation
14:20 h - 14:40 h
(1430 ). Correlations Between Microstructures and Tensile Properties of Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo-0.1Si-(0,05) Y (wt%) Alloys Fabricated by Thermomechanical Powder Consolidation.
14:40 h - 15:00 h
(440). Characterization of the microstructure, tensile, fatigue, and creep behavior of powder metallurgy processed rolled and extruded Ti-6Al-4V-1B Alloys.
W. Chen, C.J. Boehlert (Michigan State University)
15:00 h - 15:20 h
(760). Optimization of a harmonic structured Ti-24Nb-4Zr-8Sn alloy through combined microstructural and mechanical investigations.
B. Fer, D. Tingaud, F. Prima, G. Dirras (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord )
15:20 h - 15:40 h
(1380). Improving strain hardening capacity of high strength Ti-6Al-4V alloy by a dual harmonic structure.
B. Fer, D. Tingaud, F. Prima, G. Dirras (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord )
15:40 h - 16:00 h
(650). Improvement of the Mechanical Properties of a P/M Ti-6Al-4V Alloy with Additions of Carbon and Silicon.
Nerea Burgos, José Manuel Martín (CEIT-Basque Research and Technology Alliance)
16:00 h -16:20 h
(750). Sintered Titanium Sponge. T. Hutsch (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM)
16:20 h -16:50 h
Coffee Break
Session 2:
16:50 h - 17:10 h
INVITED - (310). An overview on sintering of titanium-aluminides.
Thomas Ebel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon)
17:10 h - 17:30 h
(850 ). TiAl powder based Fused Granular Fabrication.
W. Limberg, T. Ebel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon GmbH)
17:30 h - 17:50 h
(30). Development of TiAl Alloys for Gas Turbine Engines.
Seong-Woong Kim (Korea Institute of Materials Science)
17:50 h - 18:10 h
(160). Effect of heat treatment temperature and rolling on microstructure and mechanical property of powder metallurgy Ti43Al9V(Y) alloy in electron backscattering diffraction.
Y.Y. Chen, D.D. Zhang (Harbin Institute of Technology)
18:10 h - 18:30 h
(830). Sintering titanium aluminides with Co addition.
L. Quaglio, W.A. Monfardini, J. Soyama (University of Campinas, Brazil, Brazil)
19:00 h - 21:30 h
Guided tour and welcome drink
Day 2:  5th September
Session 3:
AM deposition techniques (directed energy deposition, material deposition)
9:00 h - 9:30 h
1150. Large Titanium Preform manufacture by cold spray.
C. Doblin, Stefan Gulizia (CSIRO Manufacturing)
9:30 h - 9:50 h
(180). High Strength and Ductility in as-built Ti-Cu-Fe-Al Alloys Produced via Direct Energy Deposition.
R. Brooke, D. Zhang, D. Qiu, M. Gibson, M. Easton (RMIT University, Melbourne)
9:50 h - 10:10 h
(190 ). Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing of Tl to Reduce the Cost of PEM Electroyzers.
J. Sánchez, V. Albadalejo, M. Sarret, A. Garfias, R. Vaz, T. Andreu, I.G. Cano (Centre de Projecció Térmica)
10:10 h - 10:30 h
(690 ). Manufacturing of a Ti6Al4V Aerospace Component by Metallic Wire based Laser Beam Directed Energy Deposition.
E. Vaamonde, P. Rey, M. Salgueiro (AIMEN)
10:30 h - 11:00 h
Coffee Break
Room A - Session 4
Powder-bed Additive Manufacturing (SLS, EBM) - I.

290. In-Situ Alloying of Copper-Coated Titanium Powder Via Laser Powder Bed Fusion. 
D. Xu, P. Cao, W. Yang (University of Auckland)

540. Developing Near Beta Ti-30Nb-4Sn Alloy Through In-Situ Alloying in Additive manufacturing Processes. 
João Felipe Q. Rodrigues, Márcio Sangali, Letícia F. Starck, Gilberto V. Prandi, Matheus Valentim, Rubens Caram, Rodrigo J. Contieri (University of Campinas, Brazil, Brazil)

1170. A novel compositional design strategy for as-printed Ti alloys with equiaxied microstructure and excellent mechanical properties.
Y.F. Yang, S.F. Li (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

60. Unlocking the Potential of Selective Electron Beam Melting.
Huiping Tang (Hangzhou City University)

700. Effect of spot melting on properties of EIGA Ti-6Al-4V powder processed by Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion.
L. Larsson, C. Medina Viramontes (Sandvik Additive Manufacturing)

“1450. Effect of surface on the properties of titanium based powders.
L.P.Lefebvre, C.Charbonneau, A.Timmercan, Olivier Bergeron
(National Research Council Canada)”

Room B - Session 5:
Powder production and characterisation.

1220. Predicting powder spreadability for metal AM.
A. Neveu, F. Francqui, G. Lumay (Granutools)

120. Suitability of Novel Titanium Alloys Powders for Metal Injection Moulding Applications.
V. Kruzhanov, A. Gonchar, V. Troshchylo (PM Consulting)

980- Oerlikon. Latest Developments in Spherical Titanium Powder Production. 


C. McCracken, D. Lee (Oerlikon Metco)

460. Formation Theory and Method of Metal Powder Prepared by PREP Considering Time-Varying Mechanical Properties of Electrode Rod.
Y.K. Wei, J.Y. Wang (Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology)

1130. Passivation Coating on Titanium Powder Surface via SnCl4 – Ti Gas–Solid Fluidization Reaction.
F. Yang, Z. Feng, X. Li (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

360. Precise Fabrication of Ti2O from TiO2 by Al Reduction towards Potentially Lower-Cost Ti Metal Powder Production.
Ying Zhang, Taotao Cai, Shili Zheng, Yi Zhang (Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing).

13.00 h - 14:30 h (Main Lobby)
Networking Lunch and Poster session
Session 6:
Powder-bed Additive Manufacturing (SLS, EBM) - II
14:30 h - 14:50 h
INVITED - (40). Strong and Ductile Titanium Alloys Containing High Interstitial Elements.
M. Qian, S. Lu, T. Song (RMIT University Melbourne)
14:50 h - 15:10 h
INVITED - (370). A Novel Strategy to Tailor Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Ti upon Understanding of the Powder Oxide Layer.
G. Chen, W. Ding, W. Cai (University of Science and Technology Beijing)
15:10 h - 15:30 h
(130). Effect of layer thickness and particle size distribution on the microstructure and properties of Ti6Al4V processed by laser powder bed fusion.
N. Belsure, R. Sandberg, P. Harlin (Sandvik)
15:30 h - 15-50 h
(640). Process Acceleration of L-PBF and Influence of Process Parameters on the Porosity and Mechanical Properties of Ti-6Al-4V.
F. Jensch, A. Sviridov, F. Karabult, S. Weiβ (FHF, Brandenburg University)
15:50 h - 16:10 h
(1010). Investigation of the effect of oxygen homogeneity on the processability of Ti-6Al-4V: addition of out of spec powders.
M.Habibnejad-korayem (Advanced powder and coating, A GE additive division)
16:10 h - 16:40 h
Coffee Break
Session 7:
16:40 h - 17:00 h
INVITED - (620). Recent Developments in Ti MIM Technology.
O. Ivasishin (G.V.Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics)
17:00 h -17:20 h
(950). Interaction of Binder and Powder in Processing of Titanium.
C. Kukla (Montanuniversitaet Leoben)
17:20 h -17:40 h
(100). TiNb-based Shape Memory Alloy Scaffolds produced by Direct Ink Writing.
T. Vilella, L. Llanes (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya)
17:40 h - 18:00 h
(680). Comparing Lithography-Based Metal Manufacturing for Titanium with Established Processes such as Cold Metal Fusion. Marter (Process Engineeering, Element 22 GmbH)
18:00 h - 18:20 h
(320). Development of Materials and Processes for the Lithography-based Metal Manufacturing of Ti6Al4V.
S. Cano Cano (INCUS GmbH)
18:20 h - 18:40 h
400. Advances in Lithography Based Metal Manufacturing of Nickel Titanium Alloys.
L. Vogel, S. Cano Cano (MetShape GmbH)
Day 3:  6th September
Session 8:
Sustainability and recycling
9:00 h - 9:30 h
KEYNOTE - (890). Ways to Improve Carbon Footprint in the Additive Manufacturing Process Chain.
M. Dopler, A. Köll (Metalpine)
9:30 h - 9:50 h
INVITED - (1420). Exploitation of Fast/SPS to Recycle Surplus Metal Powder for Sustainable Solutions and Near Net Shape Components.
M. Jackson (The University of Sheffield)
9:50 h - 10:10 h
INVITED - (1330). On the effectiveness of the Processing Parameters of Titanium Ti-6Al-4V by PBFL/m and the Effect of Powder Recycling on the Material Properties.
A. Nieto, A. Periñán, J. Santaolaya, C. Galleguillos (CATEC)
10:10 h - 10:30 h
INVITED - (1160). 3D Printing of Ti-6Al-4V parts from waste material.
M. Grande-Molina, L. Calco, C. Chirico (Fundació Centre CIM)
10:30 h - 11:00 h
Coffee Break
Room A - Session 9

(660). Progress of Titanium Matrix Composites via Powder Metallurgy and Additive Manufacturing Based on the Newly Developed Nano-TiBw Reinforced Titanium Matrix Composites Powder.
S. Li, L. Liu (Xi’an University of Technology)

(200). Constructing Multi-Scale Structures in Powder Metallurgy Titanium Matrix Composites: Microstructure Formation, Deformation Behaviors and Strengthening Mechanisms.
X. Chen, L.J. Huang, L. Geng (Harbin Institute of Technology)

(550) Inducing Superplasticity in TiBw/near α-Ti Composite by Significant Microstructure Refinement.
Rui Zhang , Lujun Huang, Fei Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, Univ Waikato) SAME GROUP THAN 380, 200, 970 (ORALS) but colab with Univ Waikato

(970). Refined Microstructures and Enhanced Strength of In Situ TiBw/Ti-6.5Al-2.5Zr-1Mo-1V Composites by Selective Laser Melting.
Qi An, Lihua Cui, Lujun Huang Lin Geng (Harbin Institute of Technology)

(1230). Study of wear behaviour of Ti6Al4V/SiCp composites additively manufactured by Laser-Directed Energy Deposition.
C. Sánchez de Rojas Candela, J. Rams (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)

(630). Recent Developments in Producing Highly Dense Ti Matrix Composites via HYDROGEN ASSISTED Powder Metallurgy.
Yuchao Song, Oleksandr Stasiuk, Dmytro Savvakin, Orest Ivasishin (Jilin University, G.V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics)

Room B - Session 10:
Microstructural development

INVITED – (410). Porosity Prediction and Defect Control for the Titanium-Based Metal Additive Manufacturing.
W. Yang, P. Cao (The University of Auckland)

(1060). Martensite Decomposition during Heating of the Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Manufactured by Laser Powder Bed Fusion.
Y. Lakroune (Universite de Toulouse)

(1360). Globularisation of PM Ti-6Al-4V Alloy during Forging and Cyclic Thermal Treatments.
G. Sivaswamy (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)

(280). High-Temperature “Inverse” Hall-Petch Relationship and Fracture Behavior of TA15 Alloy.
Shaolong Li , Shufeng Li (Xi’an University of Technology)

(300). The sintering behavior of a biomedical Ti-22Nb-5Fe alloy fabricated by powder metallurgy.
M. Lin (Hunan University)

(1250 ). Exploring Layered Materials Using Laser Powder Bed Fusion Of Titanium Alloys.
J.F.Q. Rodrigues, M. Sangali, G.V. Prandi, M. Valentin, L.F. Starck, R. Caram (University of Campinas, Brazil).

13.00 H - 14:30 H (Main Lobby)
Networking Lunch and Poster session
Session 11:
Applications of PM and AM Ti alloys
14:30 h - 14:50 h
(1110 *) (bio). Ti and Co-Cr-Mo alloy dissimilar joint obtained by additive manufacturing.
G. B. AssumpÇão, J.B. Fogagnolo (University of Campinas, Brazil, Brazil)
14:50 h - 15:10 h
(1350 *) (bio) Infiltration with polymeric biocomposite of porous Ti6Al4V implants obtained through laser sintering to enhance osteoiintegration and antimicrobial activity.
Eva M. Pérez-Soriano 1, Ernesto J. Delgado-Pujol 1, Isabel Montealegre-Meléndez 1, Cristina M. Arévalo 1, David Feria 1, Antonio Periñán 2, Ana Alcudia 3, Fernando Lasagni 2, Jesús E. González 4, Yadir Torres (Universidad de Sevilla)
15:10 h - 15:30 h
(1310 *) (bio). Study of the dense and porous Ti-25Nb-6.5Zr alloy fabricated by casting and powder metallurgy using as NaCl as space holder.
M. Muñoz, M. Rossi, A. Escuder, V. Amigó (Universitat Politècnica de Valencia)
15:30 h - 15-50 h
(1260 *). (bio) Electrochemical behaviour of Ti6Al4V-Cu Alloy fabricated by electron beam melting under simulated inflammatory conditions.
A. Behjat, S. Sanaei (Politecnico di Torino)
15:50 h - 16:10 h
(960 *) (energy). Fabrication and coating of porous Ti6Al4V structures for application in PEM fuel cell and electrolyser technologies.
J. Villemur, C. Romero, E. Gordo (UC3M)
16:10 h - 16:30 h
(910 *) (defence). Powder Metallurgy Technologies for Low-Cost Titanium-Based Laminated Armor.
S.V. Prikhodko, P.E. Markovsky (University of California Los Angeles)