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Presentations

March 19, 2019
Tutorials

Two applied technical tutorials will be presented on day one of the program.

March 20, 2019
Technical Presentations
(please note program and agenda are subject to change)
Track 1 Advanced Manufacturing
9:25 – 10:50 Session 1-1 Design for Advanced Manufacturing

Residual Stress Predictions for SLM Parts Using Hybrid Finite Element Models that Combine Super Elements with the Eigenstrain Approach

Additive Manufacturing of “Smart Parts” with Embedded Sensors for Energy System Applications

Knowledge Based Intelligent System Design: A Ruled-Based Architecture Composition Approach Applied in Additive Manufacturing

11:10 – 12:35 Session 1-2 Progress in Advanced Manufacturing by GT OEMs, Part I

Development of Additive Manufacturing Technology for the Manufacturing of Gas Turbine components

Leveraging Print Simulation and Statistics for Cost Reduction of Additively-Manufactured Gas Turbine Heatshield

A Feasibility Study on CMT Additive Manufacturing Technique

13:45 – 15:00 Session 1-3 Progress in Advanced Manufacturing by GT OEMs, Part II (Technical)

Laboratory Evaluation of Additively Manufactured Gas Turbine Cooling Architecture with Internal and External Cooling

The Design and Potential of additive Manufactured Parts in Test Rigs

Laser Powder Bed Fusion Adoption and Advancement at Solar Turbines

Advanced Cooling Design Validation of an Additive Manufactured Turbine Component for F class Industrial Gas Turbine

15:50 – 17:15 Session 1-4 Materials and Processes for Advanced Manufacturing (Technical)

Phase Evolution of Additively Manufactured Ni-base Alloy IN718 by Means of In-Situ Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction

Functionally Graded Composites with 3D Printed Cooling Channels

High-Rate Laser Microprocessing for Viscous Drag Reduction – Exploratory Investigation on Continuously Adapted Riblets on Compressor Blades

Track 2 Advanced Repair
9:25 – 10:50 Session 2-1 Case Studies of Advanced Repair Approaches

A Hybrid Coating, Brazing and Aluminizing Process for Repairing Nickel-Based-Alloyed Turbine Blades

Additive Manufacturing Repair of AV-8B Engine Component for NAVAIR

Case Studies of SX and DS Component Repair by Laser Metal Deposition

11:10 – 12:35 Session 2-2 Materials and Processing for Advanced Repairs

A Comparison Study for Laser Cladding: Wire Feed vs. Powder Feed

Influence of Welding Input Parameters on the Strengthening of Titanium Alloy Weldments

Improving Blade Re-contouring Processes Using an Advanced Process Simulation and a Novel Machine Tool

13:45 – 15:00 Session 2-3 Advanced Repair Strategies for Hot Section Turbine Parts

Extending Hot Section Life with Advanced Material Property Recovery

Pre-study of an Additive Repair Solution for a Turbine Stage 1 Blade Tip

Advanced Repair Strategies for Turbine Parts by Additive Manufacturing

Advanced Repair and Non-Destructive Examination of Single Crystal Blade Superalloy

15:50 – 17:15 Session 2-4 Progress in Advanced Repairs by GT OEM's

Manufacturing and Repairing of Environmental Burners in Siemens Industrial Gas Turbines - The Journey from Rapid Prototyping to Commercial Release

Laser Metal Deposition for Weld Repair and Restoration of Gas Turbine Parts

Crack Repair on Thick Walled and Highly Degraded Gas Turbine Components