Digital Additive Manufacturing – Promises and Challenges

Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Value of Attending

  • Additive manufacturing promises to be a highly flexible manufacturing methodology that can produce complex near-net shapes with uniquely tailored properties. The seminar will provide an outline of the state-of-the art capabilities, and applications in oil & gas and maritime industries
  • A description of the state-of-the art capabilities, and applications in oil & gas and maritime industries
  • Opportunities to discuss materials qualification approaches
  • Networking opportunity with manufacturers, end users, and materials experts

Course Content

  • Presentation of latest AM technologies 
  • Materials testing results
  • Open forum discussion: new opportunities and challenges

Main  Lecturer(s) 

  • Narasi Sridhar, DNVGL, Overview of DNVGL activities in AM

  • Matthew Waterhouse, 3DM, AM Applications in Maritime and Oil & Gas
  • Peter Bocchini, Carpenter Technologies, AM of Advanced Alloys
  • Liu Cao, DNVGL, AM Corrosion resistant alloy testing for offshore oil and gas industry

Lunch Program

All attendees are invited to join our lunch program each day from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.  Take this opportunity to network with our experts/speakers, your industry peers and explore the live demonstrations.
Additive Manufacturing – Promises and Challenges

Agenda

AGENDA

Day 1

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Welcome, Overview of DNV GL efforts in AM

Speaker

Narasi Sridhar

Vice President, Materials Technology Department DNV GL

AM State-of-the-art and challenges

Speaker

Matt Waterhouse

3DM

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AM of Advanced Alloys

Speaker

Peter Bocchini

Cartech

Materials Qualification of AM CRAs

Speaker

Liu Cao

Researcher, Corrosion and Electrochemistry DNV GL

Open Discussion