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Genomic Materials Design: Alloys for Additive Manufacturing

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Sixty years of academic collaboration and thirty years of commercialization by a network of small businesses have delivered a mature technology of computational materials design and accelerated qualification grounded in the CALPHAD system of fundamental databases now known as the Materials Genome. Two computationally designed aircraft landing gear steels have already been taken to full flight qualification employing this technology. The announcement in 2011 by the US President of a national Materials Genome Initiative acknowledging the reality of this technology has spurred global interest and rapid adoption by US apex corporations. Designed materials with broad market impact now span a range from consumer electronics to space exploration. A major focus of current application is the rapid development of the new alloys enabling the much-desired technology of additive manufacturing, with adaptation of the AIM methodology to accelerate qualification of printed components.

This talk is part of the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy Seminar Series series.

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