Materials Science and Technology (MS&T)

Salt Lake City, UT, USA

October 23-27, 2016

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Granta is speaking and exhibiting at this event.

Booth number: 512

Exhibition

A spin-out from the University of Cambridge, Granta helps hundreds of engineering enterprises to manage information on the materials (metals, plastics, composites, and more) that are essential to their businesses. We help them to develop and apply material intelligence, making better materials decisions, saving time and money, and reducing risk as they optimize their products. We also provide supporting resources to thousands of university educators worldwide as they teach the next generation of engineers, scientists, and industrial designers about materials, processes, and sustainability. Visit our booth to find out more.

Presentation

Title: Application of Digital Thread to Additive Manufacturing Systems

Author: Deborah Mies

Symposium: Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure, Material Properties, and Product Performance

Session: Characterization Methods, October 24, 4.20-4.40pm

Abstract: R&D investmens in Additive Manufacturing (AM) is yielding huge amounts of data on materials, process parameters, testing, and part qualification. In parallel, companies are responding to competitive pressures by 'digitizing' their supply chain, manufacturing processes, part and in-service data. Data captured throughout the product lifecycle is analysed to reduce tooling costs and lead times, improve efficiency and drive innovation. The phrase ‘Digital Thread’ describes this process. AM, a digitally-driven technology, represents an ideal application for Digital Thread concepts. Data, captured dynamically, is available to integrated discovery, data mining, and physics-based simulation tools, enabling timely response to in-process variability that affects part quality and predict in-service performance. This paper reports on an informatics system tested against the challenges of the Digital Thread to drive production of high-fidelity AM parts while reducing the costs of physical testing, repair and in-service liability.

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