Thermal Spray of Suspensions & Solutions
September 13-14, 2017, Niskayuna, NY
Back by popular demand! in 2017 the ASM Thermal Spray Society will again offer a symposium focused on suspension and solution thermal spray technology. This symposium is a chance for scienteists and engineers interested in the emerging S&STS technolgies to address both research challanges and development of industrial aplicaitons. The symposium will comprise a balanced group of speakers from industry, academia and national laboratories.
ITSC 2018: May 7-10 in Orlando, Florida
Abstract Deadline: August 18, 2017
Abstracts are now being accepted for ITSC 2018 to held in Orlando, Florida, May 7-10. The conference and exposition will be held at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. It is jointly organized by ASM Thermal Spray Society (TSS), the DVS - German Welding Society, and the International Institute of Welding (IIW).
Attend the Introduction to Thermal Spray course
ASM International brought together the leaders in the Thermal Spray Society to compile their knowledge and experience in a comprehensive, easy to understand course. Attend this introductory course at ASM Headquarters in Materials Park, Ohio to learn more about the thermal spray profession.
2016 Thermal Spray Roadmap now available online in Journal of Thermal Spray Technology
The 2016 Thermal Spray Roadmap is now available in the December issue of JTST. It aims to identify the current challenges limiting the evolution of thermal spray technologies and to propose research directions and priorities to meet these challenges. Forty-two international thermal spray experts present snapshots of the current state of their specific field, give their views on current challenges, and provide guidance as to the R&D required to meet these challenges.
This review is divided into three sections. The first identifies the challenges faced by existing and emerging spray processes and gives suggestions for meeting these challenges. The second deals with traditional functions of spray coatings (resistance to wear and corrosion) and more recent applications. The last section is an overview of the issues ahead and possible approaches to address these for biomedical, electronic, aerospace, and energy generation applications.
The 2016 Thermal Spray Roadmap was spearheaded and organized by current JTST Editor-in-Chief Armelle Vardelle and former Editor-in-Chief (and TSS Immediate Past President) Christian Moreau. The Journal of Thermal Spray Technology is the official journal of the Thermal Spray Society.
Click below for free access to the 2016 Thermal Spray Roadmap!