Posters

Preliminary Programme Updated May 26

TUESDAY 10 JUNE

Poster session P1

10:30
401 
Near net shape fabrication of high nitrogen steels by Hot Isostatic Pressing

Xuebing Wang, Advanced Technology & Materials Co. Ltd., Beijing, China

10:40
402 
Ways of influencing and modificating the cyclic lifetime of an aluminium cylinder head alloy AlSi6Cu4
Christian Kliemt, IABG mbH, Ottobrunn, Germany

10:50
403 
Advanced P/M HIP compound products and prototypes
Martin Östlund, Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken, Sweden

Poster session P2

13:30
404
 Continuous Hot Isostatic Pressing – is it feasible?

Kumar Y. V. S., Sharda University, Greater Noida, India

13:40
406 
Widening of the field of application of the AS-HIP technique in metallurgy

Sergey Katukov, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

13:50
407 
Large-scale ultra-high temperature HIP

Deming Zhang, China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group (CISRI), Beijing, China

Poster session P3

15:20
408 
Numerical calculations of URQ/U2RC – Confirming the benefits and possibilities of HIP-quenching

Magnus Ahlfors, Avure Technologies, Västerås, Sweden

15:30
409 
The history of Avure HIP systems

Anders Eklund, Avure Technologies, Västerås, Sweden

15:40
411 HIP technology for the safe long term treatment of radioactive waste

Sam Moricca, Synroc, ANSTO, Lucas Heights, Australia

WEDNESDAY 11 JUNE

Poster session P4

10:30
412 
Densification of Zr-ZrO2 simulated inert matrix nuclear fuel pellet

Young Woo Rhee, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

10:40
413 
Ultra Spherical Granulation of Silicon and Stainless Steel by Vibrational Droplet

Klaudio Bari, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

10:50
414 
Fabrication of super electromagnetic coil support using HIP diffusion bonding

Masakazu Takahashi, Metal Technology Co. Ltd., Himeji, Japan

Poster session P5

13:30
415 
Structural and technological principles of Hot Isostatic Pressing for castings from Ni-, Ti-, and Al-base alloys

Victor Butrim, Open Joint Stock Company ”Kompozit”, Korolev, Russian Federation

13:40
416 
Influence of powder particle size distribution on the microstructure and mechanical properties of a HIPed

M247LC Ni superalloy

J MacDonald, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

13:50
417
 Fabrication of dense Al2O3/Tin/CNF composites using both HIP and pulsed electric-current pressure sintering

PECPS)
Ken Hirota, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

Poster session P6

15:20
418 
The difference between URQ and U2RC

Magnus Byggnevi, Avure Technologies, Västerås, Sweden

15:30
419 
Discussion on the mechanism of micro-element HF eliminating PPBs in powder metallurgy superalloy

Yiwen Zhang, Central Iron and Steel Research Institute, Beijing, China

15:40
421 
Design and manufacturing of large-size hollow near net shape parts from a Ni-base superalloy by HIP based on mathematical modelling

Evgeny Khomyakov, Synertech PM, Inc., Garden Grove, United States

THURSDAY 12 JUNE

Poster session P7

10:30
422 
Development of an innovative processing technique for production of pilot bimetallic disks in finely dispersed VVP-class Ni-base superalloy powder

Alexandra Bocharova, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

10:40
423 
Technological features of the production stages of various purpose details from titanium alloys using Hot Isostatic Pressuring and metallurgy of granulate

Georgy Demchenkov, NIIchimmash, Moscow, Russian Federation

10:50
424 
An optimized HIP and heat treatment technology for production of P/M Ni-base superalloy turbine disks

Alexander Volkov, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

Poster session P8

15:20
425 
P/M VVP-class Ni-base superalloy disks with a dual structure and functionally gradient properties manufactured by direct HIP

Alexey Kazberovich, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

15:30
426 
Production of P/M large size VT25UP titanium alloy disks via the AS-HIP technique and investigation of their quality

Sergey Katukov, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

15:40
427 
Investigation in the field of physico-mechanical properties and a structure of new Ni-base superalloy powder

Alexey Vostrikov, JSC ”VILS”, Moscow, Russian Federation

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