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International Symposium on Superalloys 718, 625, 706 and Derivatives

INT'L SYMPOSIUM ON SUPERALLOYS 718, 625, 706 and DERIVATIVES • October 2-5, 2005 • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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IMPORTANT INFO

Final Meeting Program (PDF)
Technical Program (PDF)

  • Electronic Final Manuscripts Due to TMS
    June 17, 2005
  • Welcoming Reception
    October 2, 2005

At this early date, these deadlines may be delayed marginally. Also, there will be authors who will still submit their papers for the Symposium Proceedings via a typed manuscript that follows the same format printed in the previous five symposium volumes.

Technical Program

The symposium will cover all aspects of the production behavior and metallurgical performance of our three most widely used superalloys and derivatives. There are continuing innovations and improvements to be considered. Papers on cast, wrought and powder production will cover solidification, processing, mechanical behavior, environment and stability, welding/joining and repair technology.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM

Please download and review the Technical Program (PDF) for additional details and descriptions. The schedule begins on October 2, 2005 and concludes Wednesday, October 5, 2005. Below is a brief outlined summary for each day:

  • Sunday, October 2:
    • Welcoming Reception
    • Alloy 706 Turbine Rotors for Electric Power Generation
      Stephen J. Balsone, Senior Program Manager at GE Gas Turbine Operations located in South Carolina, will present this overview on turbine rotors.
    • The Status and Progress on Alloy 718 Plus
      Richard L. Kennedy, Vice President of R&D at Allvac Monroe in North Carolina, will present this overview on the status and progress of this superalloy.
  • Monday, October 3:
    • AM: Melting and Solidification
    • PM: Allvac 718Plus Development
  • Tuesday, October 4:
    • AM: Processing Effects and Physical Metallurgy
    • PM: Physical Metallurgy
    • PM: Design, Processing, Properties
  • Wednesday, October 5:
    • AM: Processing Effects and Properties
    • PM: Weldability and Applications
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS PUBLICATION

A proceedings volume that contains the papers from the oral presentations made during the symposium is planned to be published and available at the conference. Full conference registrants receive a copy of the proceedings as part of the registration fee.

Additional copies of the conference proceedings will be available for purchase at the meeting. Additional copies may also be ordered on the advance registration form for $130 each plus shipping and handling. Those ordering in advance should contact TMS for the shipping and handling charge and to arrange for delivery of additional books after the conference.

TECHNICAL QUESTIONS

For more information on the technical aspects of Superalloys 718, 625, 706, and Derivatives, contact:

Jon Groh, Materials Application Engineer
GE, M & PE Department
Cincinnati, OH 45215
(P) 513-243-9437
(E) jon.groh@ae.ge.com
Edward Loria
1828 Taper Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15241

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