F42 Additive Manufacturing Technologies

    Title: ASTM Symposium on Structural Integrity of Additive Manufactured Parts

    Dates: Tuesday November 06 2018 - Thursday November 08 2018

    Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Washington, DC

    Event Name: November 2018 Committee Week

    About The Event

    Technical Program

    Registration Information

    Continuing Education Units

    Technical Chair Contact Information

    Hotel Information

    Transportation and Directions

    Dress and Weather

    Standards Development Meetings

    Future Meeting Dates

    Miscellaneous


    About the Event

    The ASTM Structural Integrity of Additive Manufactured Parts to be held Tuesday -Thursday, November 6-8, 2018. Sponsored by ASTM Committees F42 on Additive Manufacturing Technologies, E08 on Fatigue and Fracture, E07 on Nondestructive Testing, and supported by the ASTM Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (ASTM AM CoE), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), European Structural Integrity Society (ESIS) TC15, and the U.S. National Congress for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, the symposium will be held in Washington, DC in conjunction with the November standards development meetings of Committee E08.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The symposium will be held at the Carnegie Endowment Conference Center, located in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace building at 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036. However, the ASTM standards development meetings and a block of sleeping rooms will be held at the Washington Hilton.

    Objective
    To ensure the structural integrity of additive manufactured parts, there is a need for establishing process-structure-property-performance relationships; specifically, as they pertain to fatigue and fracture behavior of these components and structures. This event will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas regarding the fatigue and fracture behavior of materials and components fabricated using additive manufacturing with a focus on the lack of industry standards, design principals, as well as qualification and certification criteria. This event is designed for professionals within the AM community including industrial (aerospace, medical, automotive and defense), academic, government and regulatory.

    Paper topics for this symposium include, but are not limited to:

    • Fatigue, fracture, tensile, wear, corrosion, creep behavior of components fabricated using AM
    • Effects of surface roughness, build orientation, heat treatment, size/shape, residual stress, etc.
    • Standards for AM
    • Applicability of existing mechanical test methods to AM parts
    • Development of new test methods for AM parts
    • Effects of process and design parameters on fatigue and fracture behavior
    • Process optimization to improve structural integrity of AM parts
    • Nondestructive evaluation of components fabricated using AM
    • Effect of defect and acceptance criteria for AM parts
    • Microstructure-property predictive models for AM parts
    • Multiscale modeling of the fatigue and fracture behavior of AM materials
    • Structural integrity of additively manufactured biomaterials (Cobalt Chromium, Titanium Alloys, Stainless Steels, NiTi, etc.)

    The language of the symposium will be English.

    Technical Program

    To view the technical program (presentation times, paper titles, and presenters’ names), click on View program Schedule (PDF)


    Registration Information

    Online registration is now closed. To register for this event please contact Symposia Operations at symposia@astm.org to be put on the waiting list.

    The fees to attend this symposium are listed below and include:

    • -the Wednesday evening reception,
    • -a copy of the symposium proceedings after they have been published

    All Attendees – All attendees, including presenters and ASTM members, must register for this event. If you do not register online by the closing date, then you must register at the ASTM registration desk before attending the workshop. All attendees must check in at the ASTM registration desk to pick up their name badge prior to entering the workshop.

    Students – A student’s fee is waived, provided he/she is a full-time student and is not employed full time. After registering online, the student must check in at the ASTM Registration Desk on site and present his/her student ID.

    Cancellation
    A refund of the workshop fee will be honored only if requested at least 10 business days prior to the workshop. To cancel your registration and request a refund, please contact Symposia Operations at symposia@astm.org or 610-832-9677.

    If you have questions concerning online registration, please contact Tessa Sulkes in Symposia Operations at symposia@astm.org Tel: 610-832-9677, or ASTM Technical Support at support@astm.org or 1-877-909-2786 (domestic) or 610-832-9578 (international).

    Online
    ASTM Member Fee400.00
    Non-Member Fee475.00
    Presenter Fee200.00
    Special FeeWaived

    Continuing Education Units

    Symposium attendees interested in receiving 2.30 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) should complete a CEU application form at the adjournment of the symposium, and then submit it to the ASTM staff member on site. A certificate will be sent to the attendee approximately 4 to 6 weeks after the symposium.


    Technical Chair Contact Information

    Additional information about the symposium is available from the Symposium Co-Chairmen:

    Nima Shamsaei
    Auburn University
    Email: shamsaei@auburn.edu
    Tel: 334-844-4839

    Steve Daniewicz
    University of Alabama
    Email: srdaniewicz@eng.ua.edu
    Tel: 662-722-2961

    Nik Hrabe
    NIST
    Email: nik.hrabe@nist.gov
    Tel: 303-497-3424

    Stefano Beretta
    Politecnico Di Milano
    Email: stefano.beretta@polimi.it
    Tel: +39-02-2399-8246

    Jess Waller
    NASA
    Email: jess.m.waller@nasa.gov
    Tel: 575-524-5249

    Mohsen Seifi
    ASTM
    Email: mseifi@astm.org
    Tel: 202-904-2834


    Hotel Information

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The symposium will be held at the Carnegie Endowment Conference Center, located in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace building at 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036. However, the ASTM standards development meetings and a block of sleeping rooms will be held at the Washington Hilton.

    All committee meetings will be held at the Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC, 20009.

    Hotel Reservations: Staying at our contracted hotel is important to ASTM, to the hotel where we are holding this meeting, and ultimately to you as an ASTM member. When you reserve a guest room at another hotel and an ASTM contracted room goes unsold, ASTM is liable and must pay a non-performance penalty fee to the hotel. Please support ASTM by reserving your sleeping room at our official hotel. Reservations may be made via the hotel's online reservation system at Washington Hilton. One night's room and tax deposit is required to confirm a reservation.

    The discounted rate will be honored until the ASTM block is full, but no later than October 1st, 2018. ASTM rates are $187 plus tax. You may be charged a higher rate if reservations are received after the cut-off date, or when the block is full. The hotel requires a credit card to guarantee your reservation, once submitted a confirmation number will be provided electronically.

    OVERFLOW HOTEL INFORMATION:

    Churchill Hotel, 1914 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009. Rooms available November 3-8, 2018. Reservations may be made via the hotel's online reservation system at Churchill Hotel.

    The discounted rate will be honored until the ASTM block is full, but no later than October 12th, 2018. ASTM rates are $159 plus tax. You may be charged a higher rate if reservations are received after the cut-off date, or when the block is full. The hotel requires a credit card to guarantee your reservation, once submitted a confirmation number will be provided electronically.

    The Washington Hilton has a limited number of rooms at the government per diem rate. Reservations may be made via the hotel's online reservation system at Washington Hilton Government Reservations. You must present your ID at the front desk upon check-in.

    IMPORTANT! ASTM Rates are non-commissionable. If you book your reservation through a travel agent, they must ask for a non-commissioned ASTM Group Rate. ASTM cannot adjust your higher rate if commissions were paid to a travel agency.

    INTERNET: The Washington Hilton offers a complimentary basic wireless connection in the guest rooms with the ASTM group rate.

    CANCELLATION/CHANGE POLICY: At the Washington Hilton, notice of cancellation must be received 72 hours prior to day of arrival in order to avoid a charge.Failure to do so will incure a penalty equal to the cost of one night's room and tax.

    Check the ASTM website for updates on overflow hotel room availability.

    ASTM MEMBERS WORK AREA: ASTM will provide computers with internet connections. This area will also be wireless for your laptop computer. You may visit the ASTM website, apply or renew your membership, order publications or check your email. The complimentary wireless service is limited to the members' work area and the meeting rooms.


    Transportation and Directions

    The hotel is located approximately 5.2miles/20 minutes from the Reagan Nationla Airport, 28.5miles/40 minutes from Dulles International Airport, and 3.4miles/10 minutes form Union Station. The hotel's phone number is (202) 483-3000 and the general fax number is (202) 939-3271. The website for the hotel is Washington Hilton.

    For information on the city of Washington DC, visit the Washington DC Convention and Visitors Bureau Website at Washington DC.

    RIDESHARING PROGRAM: Transportation Network Providers (TNP), also referred to as a “rideshare” company, provide prearranged transportation through an app, connecting passengers with drivers of vehicles for hire. Lyft and Uber are TNP companies operating in Washington DC.

    Uber is offering your first ride FREE (up to $20) for first time riders only. Download the app or visit www.uber.com and enter the code UBERON20.

    PARKING: Parking is available with rates of $40 for self-parking and $48 for overnight valet parking.


    Dress and Weather

    Attendees have the option to determine their dress at ASTM meetings. Business casual attire is acceptable at this meeting and appropriate for Washington DC. The average temperatures in November range from a high of 59 degrees Fahrenheit to a low of 38 degrees Fahrenheit.


    Standards Development Meetings

    Meeting schedules of Committee F42 are posted on the ASTM web site at www.astm.org/COMMITTEE/F42.htm or contact the ASTM Staff Manager, Pat Picariello at ppicariello@astm.org or tel: 610-832-9720.

    Meeting schedules for Committee E08 are posted on the ASTM web site at www.astm.org/COMMITTEE/E08.htm or contact the ASTM Staff Manager, Brian Milewski at bmilewski@astm.org or tel: 610-832-9619.

    Meeting schedules of Committee E07 are posted on the ASTM web site at www.astm.org/COMMITTEE/E07.htm or contact the ASTM Staff Manager, Kate Chalfin at kchaflin@astm.org or tel: 610-832-9717.


    Future Meeting Dates

    Committee F42, E08 and E07 invite you to attend their future standards development meetings. There is no fee to attend these meetings, and membership in ASTM International is not required. For more information, visit the web page listed immediately above, and click on “Future Meetings”.


    Miscellaneous

    Please advise the hotel and ASTM of any disability which will require special attention. The Washington Hilton is in compliance with ADA standards.


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