MS01: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
MS Coordinator: Dermot Brabazon firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Co-organizers: Antonello Astarita email@example.com, Paola Serena Ginestra firstname.lastname@example.org, Mariangela Quarto email@example.com, Sylvain Lavernhe firstname.lastname@example.org, Anne Mertens Anne.Mertens@uliege.be, Sumsun Naher Sumsun.Naher.email@example.com, Fabienne Delaunois Fabienne.DELAUNOIS@umons.ac.be
Description: The aim of this mini-symposium is to discuss the optimisation, capabilities and development within Additive Manufacturing. The pre-process, in-situ process, and post process aspects of additive manufacturing are important to characterise and understand well how these impact on the final produced part properties. Experimental, fundamental modelling and data analytic developments in relation to additive manufacturing are considered within this mini-symposium. Characterization of aspects of additive manufacturing production quality will be discussed within this mini-symposium.
MS02: COMPOSITES FORMING PROCESSES
MS Coordinator: Pierpaolo Carlone firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Co-organizers: Remko Akkerman email@example.com, Philippe Boisse firstname.lastname@example.org, Dmitry Ivanov Dmitry.Ivanov@bristol.ac.uk, Luise Kärger email@example.com, Stepan Lomov firstname.lastname@example.org, James A. Sherwood James_Sherwood@uml.edu
Description: The use of composite materials is expanding rapidly in various fields, in particular in civil aeronautics and automotive technologies. These highlevel applications of composite materials at affordable development and manufacturing costs create a significant demand for scientific knowledge and computational tools for composite material manufacturing. The mechanical behavior of the composite materials in service is dominated by the fiber orientation and density. The forming process, in turn, determines the fiber distribution. Hence, not only the in-service performance (stiffness, damage, fatigue…) has to be predicted, but certainly also the complex material behavior during the manufacturing processes, of which there are many. Their knowledge and their modelling are essential for the analysis of the composite structures in service. Since 2001 and the Liege ESAFORM conference, an annual “Composite forming processes” mini symposium gathers researchers from Europe, and also from USA, Asia and Australia, who present their works and exchange their points of view concerning research in the field composites forming. The ESAFORM conference thus became a privileged and single place for this subject. Experimental and numerical “benchmarks” were set up on in-plane shear properties, double dome forming and friction. They are discussed within the composites forming mini-symposia. The topics of the developed sessions concern in particular: Material characterization; Constitutive laws during forming; Forming simulations; Mesoscopic analyses; Resin injection; Permeability, Fiber suspensions, Thermoforming; Contact and friction; Benchmark efforts, Natural fibres as reinforcement, Additive manufacturing of composites.
MS03: EXTRUSION AND DRAWING
Description: Contributions that cover all aspects of the technologies of extrusion and wire-drawing of metals are welcomed to this mini-symposium; literature reviews, experimental and theoretical work on the mechanics and the metallurgical aspects of the technologies, FE-analysis to calculate and foresee forming parameters as well as the resulting microstructure and the mechanical properties of the products fabricated by means of wire/bar drawing or extrusion. Analysis of defects onset and process optimization as well as technological or product testing or development of innovative processes or their variations are topic related to this mini-symposium.
MS04: FORGING AND ROLLING
MS Coordinator: Bernd-Arno Behrens email@example.com
MS Co-organizers: Wolfram Volk firstname.lastname@example.org, Alexander Brosius Alexander.Brosius@tu-dresden.de, Hinnerk Hagenah email@example.com, Malte Stonis firstname.lastname@example.org, Sebastian Härte Sebastian.email@example.com
Description: Topics covered by this mini-symposium include but are not limited to: Development of new and optimization of existing forming and rolling processes; Mathematical description and parameterisation of flow, damage and fracture behaviour of new workpiece and tool materials; Mathematical description and parameterisation of friction, heat transfer and wear in forging and rolling; Development of numerical methods, formulations and algorithms for simulation of forging and rolling processes; Validation of simulation models on industrial examples; Computer-aided process control. Furthermore, the results of the Collaborative Research Center 1153 on Tailored Forming are presented.
MS05: FORMABILITY OF METALLIC MATERIALS: A MS IN HONOR OF PROF. BANABIC, PROF. BARLAT AND PROF. KUWABARA
MS Coordinator: Sam Coppieters firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Co-Organizers: Sandrine Thuillier email@example.com, Holger Aretz Holger.Aretz@speira.com, Gabriela Vincze firstname.lastname@example.org, Marilena Butuc email@example.com, Takayuki Hama firstname.lastname@example.org, Akinori Yamanaka email@example.com, TudorBalan firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The aim of this mini-symposium is to discuss the formability of metallic materials. Namely, their ability to undergo plastic deformation and result in products with minimum damage and defects. Limiting mechanisms are not restricted to plastic flow localization, fracture and spring back, which are only a few examples under consideration. Contributions based on experimental, theoretical and numerical approaches and leading to a better understanding of the relationship between material properties, mechanical and thermal loading, and other environmental constraints on the formability of metallic materials are encouraged.
MS06: FRICTION AND WEAR IN METAL FORMING
Description: In metal forming, relative motion of the tool and workpiece during production makes friction and wear phenomena (tribology) of the utmost importance. On that account, for optimum process design, improving formability, enhancing tool life and finally control of tribology, a better understanding of tribology and an accurate prediction of friction/wear in forming processes are necessary. In this mini-symposium, different aspects of tribology in cold/hot forming of (sheet/bulk) metals will be discussed. The topics that will be covered in this mini-symposium in particular are: modelling friction and wear; tribological characterization methods; surface engineering and control of friction/wear in cold/hot forming processes.
MS07: INCREMENTAL AND SHEET METAL FORMING
MS Coordinators: Giusy Ambrogio email@example.com, Mihaela Banu firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-organizers: Beatriz Silva email@example.com, Katia Mocellin firstname.lastname@example.org, Torgeir Welo email@example.com, Carpoforo Vallellano firstname.lastname@example.org, Ihab Ragai email@example.com
Description: This mini-symposium focuses on contributions that detail new developments and enhance the understanding of incremental and sheet metal forming processes. The topics of interest include (but are not limited to) novel process designs, in-process measurement techniques, innovative tooling, methods for the analysis and modelling of friction phenomena and methods for the optimization, robust design and control of incremental and sheet forming processes.
MS08: INNOVATIVE JOINING BY FORMING TECHNOLOGIES
Description: The main topics of the mini-symposium are: mechanical fastening operations (clinching, riveting and so on); friction welding; friction stir welding and friction stir spot welding; hybrid joining processes; innovative joining processes (also using adhesives) including forming or pre-forming of the materials to be joined; computational methods for joining simulation of processes; applications of inverse analysis to material characterization in joining conditions; part integrity (prediction of residual stresses, distortions ecc); innovative measurement methods and devices to detect relevant variables in joining by forming (temperatures, pressures, vibrations, wear ….)
MS09: LIONEL FOURMENT MS ON OPTIMIZATION AND INVERSE ANALYSIS IN FORMING
MS Coordinator: António Gil Gil Andrade Campos firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-organizers: Sam Coppieters email@example.com, Matteo Strano firstname.lastname@example.org, Miroslav Halilovič email@example.com
Contributions on the following subjects are welcomed: METHODS FOR METAMODELING, CONTROL AND OPTIMIZATION OF FORMING PROCESSES: shape and topological optimization; new optimization problems of manufacturing processes and machines; new optimization techniques (including artificial intelligence), process control; new metamodeling techniques. INVERSE ANALYSIS: identification of constitutive, friction, heat transfer or damage parameters; identification of boundary conditions or unknown process conditions; design of experimental procedures and measurement techniques for inverse analysis; numerical methods and algorithms for inverse analysis. Stochastic approaches: reliability assessment; robust design; optimisation under uncertainty.
MS10: MACHINING, CUTTING AND SEVERE PLASTIC DEFORMATION PROCESSES
MS Coordinators: Domenico Umbrello firstname.lastname@example.org, Takashi Matsumura email@example.com and Pedro J. Arrazola firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Co-Organizers: Cédric Courbon email@example.com, Guenael Germain firstname.lastname@example.org, Francois Ducobu email@example.com, Giovanna Rotella firstname.lastname@example.org, Gorka Ortiz de Zarate email@example.com
The main topics of the mini-symposium on Machining, Cutting and Severe Plastic Deformation Processes are: Experimental and numerical analysis of machining and severe plastic deformation (SPD) processes; Material characterization and formulation of effective constitutive laws when severe plastic deformation are induced; Analysis of the tool wear, friction and material fracture in machining and cutting; Analysis of stresses in SPD Processes such as burnishing, etc. Application of traditional and advanced coolant methodologies (near to dry, MQL, cryogenic, etc.) for enhancing the machinability, the workability and the product’s performance; Surface integrity (prediction of residual stresses, surface roughness, hardness and microstructural changes).
MS11: MATERIAL BEHAVIOUR MODELLING
MS Coordinators: Anne Habraken firstname.lastname@example.org, Semih Perdahcioglu email@example.com
MS Co-Organizers: Lionel Leotoing firstname.lastname@example.org, Sandra Raquel de Sousa Monteiro email@example.com
Description: Issued from an academic, a research institution or an industry, any contribution focused on material behaviour modelling from phenomenological macroscopic laws to plasticity, DDD, MD approaches is welcome. CONSTITUTIVE MODELLING FOR ANY MATERIAL: metals like Al, steel, Ti, Mg… but also glass, wood, food, textile, composite… generic or dedicated models covering complex loading paths, high strain rates, high temperatures, cyclic loading…APPROACHES BRIDGING THE SCALES: from atomistic to macroscopic scale, mechanism explanations of formability, hardening, rate sensitivity, anisotropy, toughness, phase transformation…FRACTURE PREDICTION: by continuum damage mechanics, fracture criteria…EXPERIMENTS AND MODELS: experimental procedure of identification of model parameters, or physical mechanisms experimental method applied for model validation (both model and experiments should be described).
MS12: NEW AND ADVANCED NUMERICAL STRATEGIES FOR MATERIAL FORMING
MS Coordinators: Benjamin Klusemann firstname.lastname@example.org, Lukasz Madej email@example.com
MS Co-Organizers: Celal Soyarslan firstname.lastname@example.org, Marc Bernacki email@example.com
Description: This MS covers all aspects related to non-conventional modeling and simulation of forming processes. By that we consider all those developments in the field of numerical simulation that can eventually and potentially be applied to the simulation of any forming process. Among these, the following non-exclusive list of topics is considered: – Advances in Finite Element Technology – Meshless and mesh free methods – Particle methods – Advanced shell methodologies, solid/shell formulations – Numerical techniques for challenging processes (FSW, LFW, …) – Speeding up simulations (parallel computing, model order reduction, …) – Data-driven simulation and control of forming processes, – This year we encourage particularly submissions in the following challenging fields: 1 – Fine versus coarse modeling (incremental forming is a nice candidate, but also processes like FSW, …) 2 – Simulation-based real time control, 3 – Real time simulations 4 – Supercomputing (GPUs, …) and deployed systems 5 – From virtual to augmented reality 6 – Alleviating mesh constraints (anisotropic meshes, advanced remeshing, meshless, …) 7 – Data-driven simulation for factories of the future.
MS13: NON-CONVENTIONAL PROCESSES
MS Coordinator: Margareta Coteaţă firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Co-Organizers: Hans-Peter Schulze email@example.com, Massimo Durante firstname.lastname@example.org, Loredana Santo email@example.com, Denise Bellisario firstname.lastname@example.org, Laurentiu Slatineanu email@example.com, Matthias Hackert-Oschätzchen firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The mini-symposium (MS) will focus on various electrochemical and electro-physical machining techniques, including but not limited to electrical discharge machining (EDM), precision and electrochemical machining (ECM/PECM), plasma, electron beam, and laser beam processing, electromagnetic (EMF) and electrohydraulic forming (EHF). Our MS covers these non-conventional material processes ranging from surface engineering to joining, forming, subtractive or additive manufacturing, creep age forming, and hybrid machining processes. This MS has a history of introducing innovative processes, which has led to the development of new MS. To maintain this characteristic of individuating new processes of scientific interest, the papers regarding innovative processes or forming processes of non-conventional materials (innovative materials or hybrid structures) will also be considered in this MS.
MS14: POLYMER PROCESSING AND THERMOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES
MS Coordinator: Vincent Sobotka Vincent.Sobotka@univ-nantes.fr
MS Co-Organizers: Nadine Allanic email@example.com, Olivier De Almeida firstname.lastname@example.org, France Chabert email@example.com, Christian Garnier firstname.lastname@example.org, Gary Menary email@example.com, Roberto Spina firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The aim of this symposium is to bring together specialists from academia and industry dealing with modelling and experimental analysis of polymer processing and induced properties. This MS extends from thermo-chemo-mechanical characterization of polymers to coupled transfers in processes, in particular heat transfer in moulded parts, tools and interfaces. The main topics of the mini symposium are: Thermomechanical modelling and optimization of polymers processes. New challenges for characterization and modelling of thermo-chemo-physical properties in homogeneous and heterogeneous media; Heat transfer phenomena in moulds/tools associated with polymers processes; Specific thermal metrology applied to polymers processing.
MS15: SUSTAINABILITY ON MATERIAL FORMING
Description: Reducing anthropogenic environmental impact is an urgent issue to deal with. Technological innovation is needed in all the economic sectors in order to replace current practices with environmentally friendly alternatives. Scientists have to make a research effort to decouple the economic growth from the resource consumption. Reducing the environmental impact of Manufacturing and more in general putting in place the strategies of the Circular Economy (CE) paradigm are some of the most important targets to deal with. Manufacturing scientists have to tackle such challenge, they are called to innovate the manufacturing processes as well as to find new manufacturing processes suitable for End-of-Life components reuse. The symposium will be a platform for stimulating the scientific debate about environmental sustainability of forming processes. The mini-symposium welcomes papers dealing with both the environmental impact analysis of forming processes as well as their role as CE enablers.
Energy and resource efficiency of forming processes, LCA analyses of formed component/products, forming as eco-friendly materials processing, forming processes as Recycling/Remanufacturing/ Reuses strategies, Industrial Symbiosis practices involving forming processes, are some of the topics that will be discussed within the mini-symposium.