Euro PM2019 Congress & Exhibition is an all topic powder metallurgy. Abstracts can be submitted on the following topics:

Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, rapid prototyping or freeform fabrication, is the process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies such as machining. The term 3D printing can be defined as the fabrication of objects through the deposition of a material using a print head, nozzle, or another printer technology. The use of Additive Manufacturing (AM) with metal powders is a new and growing industry sector with many of its leading companies based in Europe.

  • Additive Manufacturing
    • Beam Based Technologies
    • Printing Technologies (Binder/Material Jetting, Screen Printing)
    • Material Deposition Technologies
    • Alternative AM Technologies Powders for AM
    • Properties of AM Materials
    • Simulation and Modelling
    • Special Materials
    • Post Processing of AM Parts

Functional Materials

Functional materials can be defined in different ways. Mostly, they make use of a distinct physical property they bring into a component, such as magnetism, caloric effects, electronic conductivity, and others. They may also enable manufacturing processes in the form of temporary agents, due to chemical, rheological or other physical behaviors. Whatever the functionality they provide, they are key components with regard to targeted applications. With growing understanding of powder-based processes, the desire to implement functionality into components also increases, making functional materials an important part in current and future applications and developments.

  • Functional Materials
    • Electrical and Electronic Materials
    • Multiscaled and Functionally Graded Materials
    • Shape Memory Alloys
    • Temperature Management Materials
    • Caloric Materials
    • Processing
    • Extrusion
  • PM Magnetic Materials
    • Hard magnetic materials
    • Soft Magnetic Materials
    • Special Soft Magnetic Composites

Hardmetals, Hard Materials, Cermets and Diamond Tooling

Europe is a key player in the global hard materials field, the size of which is comparable to the structural parts sector. The range of hard materials available to design and manufacturing engineers has broadened considerably over recent years, and includes WC based hardmetals; Ti(C,N) based cermets; engineering ceramics; superhard CBN and PCD; and monocrystalline diamond impregnated tools.

  • Hardmetals, Hard Materials and Cermets
    • Hardmetals, Hard Materials and Cermets
    • Diamond Tools, PM Tool Steels, Ceramics and Superhard Materials
    • Characterisation, Properties and Applications
    • Consolidation (including AM and MIM), Processing and Finishing Technologies
    • Raw Materials, Powders and Binders
    • Surface Modification Technologies including Coatiing
    • Modelling and Simulation, Chemical and Mechanical

Hot Isostatic Pressing

HIP has established itself in the past decade as an essential manufacturing process for the production of complex and highly specified components made from a wide range of metals and/or ceramics. As a niche, but developing sector with great potential, HIP introduces PM technology into size ranges and capabilities not traditionally associated with the technology. These HIP components are currently being used in a number of industry sectors that have highly demanding environments for example: aerospace, offshore, energy and medical.

  • Full Density and Alternative Consolidation
    • Extrusion
    • Hot Pressing
    • Powder Forging
    • Pressureless Moulding
    • Spray Forming
    • Wet Powder Spraying and Tape Casting
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing
    • Equipment for HIP
    • HIP for Bi-Metal Applications (bounding powder solid part)
    • Modelling and Simulation of HIP
    • Near Net Shape HIP Applications
    • Post Densification of PM Parts
    • Powders for HIP
    • Properties of HIPed PM Materials and Standardisation
    • Sinter HIP

New Materials, Processes and Applications

Innovation is the driver of every industry and the Powder Metallurgy industry has always benefited from a strong Research and Development effort, which allows developing new processes and finding new applications for PM components.

  • Applications for Current and Future PM
    • Aerospace
    • Automotive
    • Biomedical Applications
    • Electrical / Electronic
    • Environment & Sustainability
    • Household
    • Power and Energy Technology
    • Power Tools
    • Sports
    • Telecommunication
  • PM Lightweight and Porous Materials
    • Bearings
    • Cellular Materials
    • Filters
    • Materials for Membranes
    • Metal Foams
    • PM Al and Mg
    • PM Ti
  • PM Non-Ferrous and Special Materials
    • Friction Materials
    • Heavy Alloys
    • Intermetallics
    • Metal Matrix Composites
    • PM Cu and Bronze
    • Refractory Metals
    • Super Alloys

Powder Injection Moulding

PIM is now an established manufacturing process for small precision components which would be costly to produce by alternative methods. It is capable of producing, in both large and small volumes, complex shapes from a wide range of materials, including non ferrous metals/high performance steels, Al and Ti, hardmetals/cemented carbides and magnetic materials and intermetallics. The competitiveness of PIM is shown by its average 10% annual growth rate, maintained and confirmed even over the 2008-2009 crisis period, and as a result components made by the PIM process are found in a wide range of applications.

  • Powder Injection Moulding
    • MIM Alloys, their Processing and Properties
    • MIM Quality and Inspection
    • MIM Simulation of the Process Chain
    • New MIM Processes and Applications
    • MIM Powders, Binders and Feedstocks

Press & Sinter

The Press & Sinter sector of PM comprises the activities of the ferrous structural parts industry, including producers of iron base powders and other raw materials necessary for the ferrous structural parts industry, process equipment, tooling and component manufacturers. Press & Sinter components are used in a variety of markets, with the automotive industry being predominant, using approximately 70-80% of the ferrous products produced annually.

  • Modelling and Simulation
    • Die Filling
    • Life Time Prediction of PM Parts
    • Other Process Steps
    • Part Processing
    • Powder Shaping
    • Properties
    • Sinter Processes
  • Powder Manufacturing and Processing
    • Alloying Techniques
    • Anti-Segregation Treatment
    • Atomisation
    • Direct Powder Applications
    • Mechanical Alloying
    • Nano Powders
    • Powder Characterisation
  • Powder Pressing
    • Die Filling
    • Fundamentals and Modelling
    • High Velocity Compacting
    • Lubricants and Die Wall Lubrication
    • New Powder Compaction Concepts
    • Pressing of Complex Geometry Parts
    • Warm Compacting
  • Secondary and Finishing Operations
    • Coating Treatments
    • Heat Treatment
    • Joining
    • Machining and Green Machining
    • Other Treatments
    • Surface Densification
    • Surface Protection / Anti-Corrosion
  • Shaping
    • Advances in Press Technology
    • Alternative Shaping Technologies
    • Cold Isostatic Pressing
    • Die Filling
    • Extrusion
    • Unilateral Pressing
  • Sintered Steels
    • Fatigue and Durability
    • Low Alloy Steels
    • Mechanical Properties
    • Microstructures
    • New Alloying Systems
    • Stainless Steels
    • Surface Properties
  • Sintering
    • Atmospheres and Atmosphere Controls
    • Dimensional Control
    • Fundamentals and Modelling
    • Induction Sintering
    • Infiltration
    • Microwave Sintering
    • New Furnace Concepts
    • Reactive Sintering and SHS
    • Sinter Hardening
    • Spark Plasma Sintering
  • Tools for Improving PM
    • Design, Test and Evaluation
    • In-Situ-Characterisation and Process Control
    • Microanalysis
    • Microstructural Characterisation
    • Process and Quality control Standardisation

 

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