O. Multiscale and multi-physics modeling of metal additive manufacturing processes

Keynote speakers:

Chinnapat Panwisawas Queen Mary University of London, UK
Seyedeh Mohadeseh Taheri-Mousavi Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Daniel Weisz-Patrault École Polytechnique, France
Bai-Xiang Xu Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

This symposium aims at gathering researchers working in the field of modeling and simulations in metal additive manufacturing (AM) processes of any kind e.g., direct energy deposition, powder-bed fusion, etc., for either metal or hybrid (e.g., metal-ceramic, among others) systems and with any type of heat source e.g., laser, electron beam, etc. Modeling of all non-equilibrium processes occurring during metal AM i.e., melt-pool dynamics, solidification and solid-state thermal cycling, shall be covered. All types of modeling approaches and numerical techniques are welcome, including the use of machine learning approaches to guide AM and provide real time/online process correction and control. Colleagues working on experimental validations of their models are highly encouraged to contribute to the symposium. The scope of the symposium includes the following non-exhaustive list of modeling approaches at different length scales:

  • Atomic/intragranular level: modeling of micromechanisms spanning solidification, solid-state phase transformations, precipitation, dislocation thermo-mechanics, etc.
  • Polycrystal level: cellular automata, phase field and kinetic Monte Carlo solidification modeling, polycrystal thermo-chemo-mechanics for solid-state thermal cycling, etc.
  • Track level: CFD modeling of melt-pool dynamics, feedstock addition, etc.
  • Part level: thermo-mechanical modeling of the part, rapid surrogate models for industrial applications, etc.

Symposium organizers:

Manas V. Upadhyay   École Polytechnique, France
Allison M. Beese Pennsylvania State University, USA
Damien Tourret IMDEA Materials, Spain