Webinar: Predicting the Microstructure of Additively Manufactured Parts

13 Jul 2020 3:11 PM | Anonymous

The Welding Institute will be hosting a webinar about ‘Predicting the Microstructure of Additively Manufactured Parts,’ which will be presented by Madie Allen on 16 July, 2020.


Guest speaker Madie Allen is a National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) student at Brunel University London sponsored by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and will be presenting this webinar. View Madie’s NSIRC student profile and research here!

Event Topic

The webinar will look into how additive manufacturing (AM) enables complex and highly optimised parts, which would not be able to be manufactured using conventional methods such as casting or forging, to be produced. The presentation also covers the potential of additive manufacturing to provide significant environmental impacts as well as how the wide-scale adoption of additive manufacturing is limited due to uncertainties associated with the reliability and integrity of additively manufactured parts. The webinar will also outline the development of numerical models that can help to address these problems.

Benefits of attending

  • Attending this webinar supports your Continuous Professional Development (CPD). You are able to claim 2 CPD points per hour of attendance at this event and, as a Member of The Welding Institute, you can record this CPD activity using our online CPD recording tool ‘MyCareerPath.’
  • Webinars are a great opportunity for you to stay connected whilst keeping your industry knowledge up-to-date.

Find out the full details and register for the event here.

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