28th Cold Spray Club Meeting in Dublin

Repair and additive manufacturing by cold spray. School of Physics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

April 28, 2023

The meeting agenda.

8:30 – Check in

8:45 Introduction: Rocco Lupoi and Francesco Delloro

Session 1: Improving the cold spray process

9:00 M. Steierl – Airbus – Online process monitoring at cold spray by using an acoustic measurement method
9:20 W. O’Neill – Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, UK – Laser Assisted Cold Spray for Additive Manufacturing and Repair
9:40 B. Bernard – CEA DAM, France – The need for considering stresses in cold spray additive manufacturing
10:00 C. Huang – Department of Mechanical Engineering, Helmut-Schmidt Universität, Germany – Cold spray refurbishment assisted by post friction stir processing
10:20 D. Cote – Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA – Advanced Materials Characterization and Development of Feedstock Powder

10:40 coffee break

11:20 Christophe Verdy – UTBM, France – Robotized cold spray additive manufacturing for multi-feature components
11:40 A. Sharma – South East Technological University, Ireland – Unconventional Nozzle Designs for Cold spray Applications

Session 2: cold spray of hard materials

12:00 D. Boruah – TWI Ltd, UK – Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing of Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Alloys
12:20 G. Cappelli – Trinity College Dublin, Ireland – The effect of low-temperature annealing and impact angle on the erosion performance of nickel-tungsten carbide cold spray coating using design of experiments

12:40 lunch break

14:10 R. Cortés – Escuela Superior de Ciencias Experimentales y Tecnología, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain – Evaluating the wear behaviour of steels cold sprayed coatings
14:30 P. Kindermann – Fraunhofer, Germany – Cold Spraying Alloy 718–Potentials and Challenges
14:50 S. Beyer – Ariane Group – Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing Process to Produce In625 and CuCrZr Large-Scale Parts for Rocket Engines: Hurdles and Challenges

Session 3: cold spray manufacturers

15:10 Markus Brotsack – Impact Innovations, Germany – Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing of space and aviation components

15:30 coffee break

16:10 K. Rozema – Titomic Europe, The Netherlands – New developments in AM and Glass Industry
16:30 J. Villafuerte – Centerline, Canada – Novel Application of SST Cold Spray Technology in High Volume Production of Polyamide thermal barrier profiles for Industrial and Residential Window and Facade Manufacturing
16:50 S. Camilleri – SPEE3D, Australia – Backing the Right Horse: How Industry Can Effectively Adopt Cold Spray Additive Manufacturing

17:10 forum led by David McNeill – SPEE3D, UK

17:50 end of the technical program

18:00 reception and talk on the history of the School of Physics by James Lunney

19:00 end of the meeting

The deadline for registering on-line is April 19.

A fee of 70 € per person is demanded. Please, after you have registered, send the payment confirmation immediately to Giacomo Cappelli (CAPPELLG@tcd.ie).
Please, notice that it will not be possible to create a fiscal receipt, but we can produce a personalized registration and participation letters on request (contact in this case Giacomo Cappelli CAPPELLG@tcd.ie).

The call for presentations will be open until March 26. Do not hesitate to send us your proposal specifying the title, the speaker, the contributors and a short abstract.

Many thanks to our sponsors for 2023: Centerline, Titomic Europe, Impact Innovations, Spee3D and Mallard SA.

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