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University of Warwick

High Temperature Materials Workshop - 22nd May

Join a 1-day workshop on high temperature materials processing, organised by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

22nd May 2019
University of Warwick
The International Digital Laboratory
Coventry, CV4 7AL

Register here


Overview

Organised under the auspices of the High Temperature Materials Committee of IOM3, this 1 day workshop covers high temperature materials processing.

The speakers are distinguished experts in their respective fields and there are representatives from both industry and academia. A range of talks will be offered covering a variety of processing technologies for materials used at high temperatures including rolling, forging, casting and sheet metal forming.

Other aspects covered will include the modelling of such processes and the challenges associated with this. The workshop will be of interest to anyone involved in the manufacture of components for use at high temperatures.

Agenda
09:00 Registration and morning refreshments
10:00 Introduction
10:15 Prof. Paul Blackwell, University of Strathclyde: “The Advanced Forming Research Centre’s (AFRC) Future Forge programme”
10:50Prof. Claire Davis, Tata Steel Professor of Thermo-mechanical Processing, WMG, Warwick University: “High Temperature Processing of Steels”
11:25Dr. Didier Farrugia, Scientific Fellow Tata Steel RD UK:Improving central soundness during hot rolling of as-cast products – Mechanisms, modelling and guidelines for effective consolidation of central porosity
12:00 Prof. Nick Green, Director, High Temperature Research Centre, University of Birmingham: “Keeping Cool at the High Temperature Research Centre”
12:35 Lunch
13:15Dr. Rajab Said, Academic and R&D Collaboration Manager – ESI Group: “Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming – Looking Beyond the Alloy and the Process”
13:50 Mr. Ben Saunders, Global Process Owner & Team Leader – Materials and Process Modelling, Rolls-Royce: “Not all microstructures are equal: using simulation to squeeze out the benefits”.
14:25 Dr. Matthew Thomas, R&D Manager TIMET: “Titanium Alloys for Elevated Temperature Applications”
15:00 Andrew Wisbey: Title to be confirmed
15:35Tour of WMG facilities
16:00Conference close
Fees

Standard Registration Fees

Members of IOM3£90 + VAT
Non-members£120 + VAT
Student Members of IOM3£40 + VAT
Student Non-members£50 + VAT

The fees included attendance at the conference on 22 May 2019, lunch and refreshments