Wednesday 11 June

Preliminary Programme Updated May 15

Session 2 A – Power Generation

Session Chairman: Barry Burdett, WB  Burdett Associates, UK
08:30
201
HIP Technology for hard facing materials in nuclear power plants
David Stewart, Rolls-Royce, Derby, United Kingdom

09:00
202
PM-HIP research, applications and technology gaps for the electric power industry
David W. Gandy, Electric Power Research Institute, Charlotte, United States

09:30
203
Hot Isostatic Pressing for the production of bimetallic nozzle for nuclear application
Benjamin Picqué, Aubert & Duval, Pamiers, France, Denis Cedat, AREVA, Le Creusot, France

10:00
Standardization of PM HIP technology: challenges and EPMA activity.
Anders Eklund and Adeline Riou, Co-Chairmen of EPMA PM HIP group

10:30 Coffee break and Poster sessions

Session 2 B – Materials

Session Chairman: Frederic Bernard, Université de Bourgogne ICB, France
11:00
204 
Development of volumetrically efficient metal canisters for the encapsulation and consolidation of low packing density immobilised wasteforms
Sam Moricca, Synroc, ANSTO, Lucas Heights, Australia

11:20
205
The effect of drastically lowered oxygen levels on impact strength for HIP’ed 316L-material
Alexander Angré, Swerea KIMAB, Stockholm, Sweden

11:40
207 HIP processing of nano-grained ferrous alloys: Opportunities provided by a new and novel microstructure

Stephen J Mashl, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, United States

12:00
208
Surface oxide transformation during HIP of austenitic Fe-19Mn-18Cr-C-N PM steel
Eduard Hryha, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

12:20 Lunch and Poster sessions

Session 2 C – Materials

Session Chairman: Karin Frisk, Swerea KIMAB, Sweden
14:00

209
Porosity control of stainless steel 316L parts manufactured using capsule free Hot Isostatic Pressing
Khamis Essa, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

14:20
210
Investigation of HIP diffusion bonding of INVAR alloy to stainless steel
Hideaki Ishii, Metal Technology Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

14:40
211
The performance HIPed MMCs and their application
Tomas Berglund, Sandvik Powder Solutions, Surahammar, Sweden

15:00
212
Development and manufacture of MMC HIP claddings for polymer extruder liners
Wolfram Graf, Bodycote HIP GmbH, Haag-Winden, Germany

15:20 Coffee break and Poster sessions

Session 2 D – HIP process

Session Chairman: Lars Nyborg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden 
16:00
213
Influence of industrial sheet surface finish on interface formation during HIP-bonding of austenitic stainless steel
Nicolas Bouquet, CEA, Grenoble, France

16:20
214
Design, manufacturing, operation and safety aspects of forged high pressure vessels for HIP units.
Pierre Colman, Engineered Pressure Systems Int. NV, Temse, Belgium

16:40
215
Measuring the gas content in HIP components and impurities in the argon- and chemical reacted gas used to compacting near net shape parts and castings. Presentation of the measurement technique.
Beat Hofer, Hofer Werkstoff Marketing Beratung, Derendingen, Switzerland
Christian Zühlke, 
Bruker Elemental GmbH, Kalkar, Germany     

17:00 End of the day

17:30 Departure for conference dinner at Vaxholm Castle

Exhibition opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00

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