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2015-05-18 ...
  • May 18-19, 2015 (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) - Troy, Michigan
  • November 9-10, 2015 (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) - Troy, Michigan
Training / Education Classroom Seminars
Welding is one of the most important and widely used of the joining processes, providing distinct advantages in mechanical performance, ease of implementation, cost and adaptability. This seminar will provide engineers with applicable knowledge related to metallurgy, stress analysis and welding processes which will enable them to consider design, analysis, implementation and inspection of welds for their respective products.
2015-04-23
Event
2015-04-23
Event
In this talk, we will explore some conceptual use cases of Augmented Reality in manufacturing and other industrial applications, and the technology gaps that currently exist preventing them from turning into a reality. We’ll elaborate on this theme by looking at how current marketing for this technology has led to over-inflated expectations for what exists today, and the effect that is having on its perception outside of the community. To continue we will look at work being done both in industry and academia to address these technology gaps and how we are moving closer to meeting those expectations, and finally we’ll uncover the huge benefits in manufacturing operations once we are successful.
2015-04-23
Event
Toyota Partner Robotics looks to your future through the lens of personal robotics. Drawing from Toyota's two main pillars, Respect for People and Continuous Improvement, the Partner Robotics group investigates the technology to bring real world solutions for real world people. Robotics as an intersection of multiple engineering disciplines tackles the challenge of complex human interaction with real world understanding. Join me as I discuss the background of Partner Robotics and how we might help you
2015-04-23
Event
2015-04-23
Event
How can augmentation support automated driving? In this Tech Talk, learn how the ability of the car can go far beyond the human scope with the use of augmented reality technology.
2015-04-21
Event
This symposium provides a forum for researchers and application engineers to disseminate the knowledge and information gained in the area of advanced high-strength and press-hardening steel development and applications in automotive structures, enabling light-weight and durable vehicles with improved safety.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0459
Vesna Savic, Louis Hector, Hesham Ezzat, Anil Sachdev, James Quinn, Ronald Krupitzer, Xin Sun
This paper presents an overview of a four-year project on integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) for third generation advanced high-strength steels (3GAHSS) development. Following a brief look at ICME as an emerging discipline within the Materials Genome Initiative, technical tasks in the ICME project will be discussed. Specific focus of the individual tasks is on multi-scale, microstructure-based material model development using state-of-the-art computational and experimental techniques, forming, assembly, design optimization, integration and technical cost modeling. The integrated approach is illustrated using a 980 grade transformation induced plasticity (TRIP) steel with a two-step quenching and partitioning (Q&P) heat treatment as an example.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0530
Mikko Joonas Kähkönen, Emmanuel De Moor, John Speer, Grant Thomas PhD
Quenching and partitioning (Q&P) is a novel heat treatment to produce third generation advanced high-strength steels (AHSS). The influence of carbon on mechanical properties of Q&P treated CMnSi-steels was studied using 0.3C 1.5Mn 1.5Si and 0.4C 1.5Mn 1.5Si compositions. Two step Q&P treatments following full austenitization were conducted using varying partitioning times and a fixed partitioning temperature of 400 °C and the results were compared with literature data for 0.2C 1.5Mn 1.5Si Q&P treated steels. The comparison shows that increasing the carbon content from 0.2 wt pct to 0.4 wt pct increases the ultimate tensile strength by 140 MPa/0.1 wt pct C up to 1610 MPa without significantly decreasing ductility. Increased alloy carbon content did not substantially increase retained austenite fractions. The best combinations of UTS and TE were obtained using short partitioning times.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0582
Deepak Ranjan Bhuyan, Sreekanth Netapalli, Sathya Dev, Soundarya Srinivasan
Springback prediction is challenging for Automotive Industry due to use of High Strength Steel (HSS). Automotive OEMs are working to reduce the springback effect of sheet metal stampings caused due to elastic behavior of materials with the help of changes to manufacturing process and part geometry. Use of HSS has grown due to improved passive safety (higher strength) and reduced vehicle weight. This on the other hand tends to intensify the springback effect, as the HSS materials have a higher elastic limit. Recent development in FEA studies made it possible for the industry to rely on stamping simulation. There is always a gap between the springback predicted from stamping simulation and the actual stamped part. Currently FEA technique is not able to accurately predict this gap. The objective of this study is to minimize this gap using DFSS method for predicting the springback and optimizing the simulation parameters with the help of LS-Dyna FEM tool.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0518
Hirokuni Fuchigami
Suspension springs size and weight reduction necessitates high stress design. Increasing stress increases the strength of the spring material to ensure sag resistance and durability. Increasing the strength increases its susceptibility to hydrogen embrittlement, and the propagation of fatigue cracks. This makes the spring surface layer extremely important. We analyzed the prior austenite grain size and hardness distribution in the spring surface layer. Steel wire for a cold-formed spring was produced using surface layer heat treatment; hydrogen embrittlement and corrosion resistance of a spring from this wire were evaluated. Grain refinement is an effective method of increasing resistance to hydrogen embrittlement, and a method of grain refinement using induction heating and quenching is used for the wire material employed in cold-formed springs. We refined the grain by repeating induction heating and quenching to realize a reverse transformation from α’ to γ.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0519
Susumu Maeda, Atsushi Kobayashi, Yuichiro Shimizu, Masao Kanayama, Yuya Gyotoku, Masato Yuya, Hideki Imataka
We developed a technique where compound layers can be controlled freely by controlling the atmosphere during nitriding treatment. This technique enabled can be mass-produced. Developing a new material enabled maximal utilization of the developed nitriding technique. High-strength nitriding gear manufacturing technology was established through these techniques. Ring gears are thin and have a large diameter, and their use in a high-load environment demands precision and strength; however, carburizing causes distortions, and additional processing becomes necessary to ensure the precision of the teeth. Gas-nitrocarburizing treatment is applied, aimed at ensuring precision, but the resulting fatigue resistance is lower than that of carburized items. Therefore, thickness and tooth width must be increased through design changes to decrease pressure on the gear faces and stress at the root-of-teeth, and the resulting weight increase was a disadvantage.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0524
Maniraj perumal, Baskar Anthonysamy, Ashokkumar Sundaramoorthy
This method and its special process are particularly suited for the production of Porous free combustion chamber proto type aluminium cylinder head casting. Current methods for producing porus free combustion chamber are graphite coating and CI/Cu metal chill which are moderately effective in achieving porus free combustion chamber. However, these current methods have serious drawbacks like high rejections due to blow holes/gas porosity generated from graphite coating and fine porosity due to prolonged cooling because of slow rate of cooling while peak temperature of metal chills. Using a typical aluminum alloy such as A356 or EN AC-AlSi7mg for prototype casting in regular sand casting practice, large SDAS (> 50 Чm) and medium amount of hydrogen content are possible in a prototype head.
2015-04-14
Technical Paper
2015-01-0522
Robert Cryderman, Danielle Rickert, Kelly Puzak, John Speer, David Matlock, Michael Burnett
Fracture split forged steel connecting rods are utilized in many new high performance automotive engines to increase durability. Higher strength levels are needed as the power density increases. Fracture splitting without plastic deformation is necessary for manufacturability. Metallurgical design is a key for achieving the required performance levels. Several medium carbon steels containing 0.07 wt pct P, 0.06 wt pct S and various amounts of Mn, Si, V, and N were produced by vacuum induction melting laboratory heats and hot working the cast ingots into plates. The plates were cooled at varying rates to simulate typical cooling methods after forging. Microstructures were generally ferrite and pearlite as evaluated by light optical and scanning electron microscopy.
2015-01-28
Standard
AMS2430T
This specification covers the requirements for automatic shot peening of surfaces of parts by impingement of media, including metallic, glass, or ceramic shot.
2015-01-26
Standard
AMS2419D
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electrodeposition of cadmium-titanium on metal parts and the properties of the deposit.
2015-01-26
WIP Standard
AMS5629/H1000A
This specification covers a corrosion-resistant steel in the form of bars, wire, forgings, flash welded rings, and extrusions in the solution and precipitation heat treated (H1000) condition. These products have been used typically for parts requiring corrosion resistance, stress-corrosion resistance, high strength up to 600 °F (316 °C), and good ductility and strength in the transverse direction in large section sizes, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2015-01-26
Standard
AMS2412K
This specification covers the requirements for silver deposited on metal parts with a copper strike between the basis metal and the silver deposit.
2015-01-24
WIP Standard
AMSQQS763D
This specification covers corrosion-resistant steel bars, wire, shapes, and forgings.
2015-01-23
WIP Standard
AMS2801C
This specification covers the engineering requirements for heat treatment by part fabricators (users) or their vendors or subcontractors, of parts (See 1.1.2) made from the following titanium alloys: Commercially Pure 6Al-4V(ELI) 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr 3Al-2.5V 6Al-6V-2Sn 13V-11Cr-3Al 5AI-2.5Sn 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo 10V-2Fe-3Al 8Al-1Mo-1V 6AI-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo 15V-3Cr-3Al-3Sn
2015-01-22
Standard
AMS4983F
This specification covers a titanium alloy in the form of forgings 1.00 inch (25.4 mm) and under in nominal cross-sectional thickness and of forging stock any size.
2015-01-22
Standard
AMS2403M
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electrodeposition of nickel and the properties of the deposit.
2015-01-22
Standard
AMS2423E
This specification covers the engineering requirements for electrodeposition of a hard nickel and the properties of the deposit.
2015-01-17
WIP Standard
AMS5045J
This specification covers a carbon steel in the form of sheet and strip.
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