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Heat Treating

ASM Education Symposium on Heat Treating

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Topic:  The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI will be offering a one-day technical symposium on Heat Treating.  The symposium is the Chapter’s annual education event and provides Chapter members and other interested parties the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network on the current topic. 

     Location:  Ohio Aerospace Institute  

     22800 Cedar Point Rd, Brook Park, OH

     Date: May 3, 2017

     Time: 8:00AM-5:00PM

     Audience:  Engineers, sales, marketing, students, teachers.

Speakers and Topics:

Full List of Presentations

1)      Low Pressure Carburizing and Gas Quenching Processes (Lynn Ferguson – Dante Solutions)

2)      Salt bath processing -  (Steve Kowalski - KHT)

3)      Fast quench HIPping (Dr. Anders Eklund – Quintus)

4)      Heat Treating of Additive Manufactured Parts (Bob Hill – Solar Atmospheres)

5)      An Approach to Lean Heat Treating (Joe Powell - Akron Steel Treating)

6)      Applications of Induction Hardening (Rob Goldstein-Fluxtrol)

7)      Vacuum Heat Treating (Nick Suchoski - Pregl Services)

8)      Quench-Polish-Quench and Nitriding (Shade McMillen – H&M Metal Processing)

9)      Controls and System Connectivity (Jim Oakes – Super Systems Inc.)

Talks should provide an overview of the topic, local involvement in the field, state-of-the art, weaknesses and deficiencies, and estimation of future trends. 

Exhibits:  In addition to talks, attendees are welcome to bring company displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and other engineering fields.

Registration:  Online registration is available at the Chapter’s Website.  Registration fee is $100.  Registrants will receive 6 hours of CEU time towards their PE license.


Materials for Extreme Environments

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Topic:  The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI will be offering a one-day technical symposium on Materials for Extreme Environments.  The symposium is the Chapter’s annual education event and provides Chapter members and other interested parties the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network on the current topic.   

Audience:

Engineers, sales, marketing, students, teachers.

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and other engineering fields.

Speakers & Topics:

1)      Beryllium and Its Applications (Edgar Vidal – Materion Beryllium & Composites)

2)      Advanced Magnetic Materials for High Power Density, High Efficiency Electrical Systems (Frank Johnson – GE Global Research)

3)      Carbon/Carbon in Aerospace (Robert Bianco – UTC Aerospace Systems)

4)      Ceramics and Ceramic Composites (Mrityunjay Singh – OAI)

5)      Diamonds and Their Use in Electrodes (Heidi Martin – CWRU)

6)      Refractory Metals – (John Shields - PentaMet Associates)

"Talks should provide an overview of the topic, local involvement in the field, state-of-the art, weaknesses and deficiencies, and estimation of future trends."

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Registration:  

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required. 

$ 20.00 for stuudents (student ID required).

Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack,

and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Email: Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov

Pre-registration is now closed. For late registration availability, contact: Brad Lerch at 216-433-5522 Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM Tel: (216) 433-5522 Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov


Thermal Spray Education Symposium

The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI is pleased to offer a one-day technical symposium on Thermal Spray Technologies, featuring talks on a number of industrially relevant issues. This education event is organized for the benefit of Cleveland Chapter ASM members. However, we encourage ASMI members from other chapters to attend as well as non-members. We extend a special welcome to our colleagues from the Thermal Spray Society.

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields. Exhibit area will be accessible during registration, lunch, and breaks.

Topics

  1. Thermal Spray Introduction and General Overview by Mark Smith of Sandia National Labs
  2. Hard Chrome Replacement by Joe Stricker of St. Louis Metallizing Company
  3. Thermal Spray Guns by Daryl E. Crawmer of Thermal Spray Technologies, Inc.
  4. Cold Spray Technology by J. Karthikeyan of ASB Industries, Inc.
  5. Thermal Spray Feedstock by Jean Mozolic of The Mozolic Consulting Group, LLC
  6. Control of Spray Defects by Gopal Dwivedi of Stony Brook University

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Registration:

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required. Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack, and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

Click here for downloadable symposium announcement

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov


Joining Technology Education Symposium

The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI is pleased to offer a one-day technical symposium on Joining Technologies, featuring talks on a number of industrially relevant issues.The symposium is the Chapter’s annual education event and provides Chapter members and other interested parties the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network on the current topic. This symposium is open to all and we especially welcome ASMI members from other chapters.

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields. Exhibit area will be accessible during registration, lunch, and breaks.

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Topics

  1. Virtual Reality—The Revolution in Welding Training by Harry Saddler, Lincoln Electric
  2. Advanced Solid State Welding Processes by Jerry Gould, EWI
  3. Nature and Origins of High-Temperature Weld Cracking in Aerospace Materials 
    by W. A. Baeslack III, Case Western Reserve University
  4. Friction Stir Welding by Bob Carter, NASA-GRC
  5. Brazing by Terry Profughi, HI TecMetal Group
  6. Joining of Dissimilar Materials by Jerry Gould, EWI

Registration:

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required. Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack, and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

Register

Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

Click here for downloadable symposium announcement

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov


Advanced Machining Symposium

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Topic:  The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI will be offering a one-day technical symposium on Advanced Machining.  The symposium is the Chapter’s annual education event and provides Chapter members and other interested parties the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network on the current topic.  

Audience:

Engineers, sales, marketing, students, teachers.

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and other engineering fields.

Speakers & Topics:

1)      Machining of Optics (Allen Yi – The Ohio State University)

2)      Ultrasonic Machining (Matt Short – The Edison Welding Institute)

           3)      Machining High Temperature Alloys (Steve Vanderink – ISCAR Metals)

           4)      Residual Stresses in Machined Parts (Doug Hornbach – Lambda Technologies)

           5)      Micromachining (John Bradford – Makino)

           6)      Cleaning and Corrosion Control (Chuck Sexton – KYZEN)

 

 

"Talks should provide an overview of the topic, local involvement in the field, state-of-the art, weaknesses and deficiencies, and estimation of future trends."

 

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Registration:  

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required. 

$ 20.00 for stuudents (student ID required).

Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack,

and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

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Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Email: Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov


Additive Manufacturing Symposium

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The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI will be offering a one-day technical symposium on Additive Manufacturing (AM).  The symposium is the Chapter’s annual education event and provides Chapter members and other interested parties the opportunity to improve their knowledge and network on the current topic. 

Audience:

Engineers, sales, marketing, students, teachers.

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and other engineering fields.

Speakers & Topics:

1) Additive Manufacturing—Theory and Analysis (Paul Bartolotta – NASA-GRC)

 

2) Solid State Additive Manufacturing of Metals (Mark Norfolk – Fabrisonic, LLC)

 

3) An Introduction To Laser Hot Wire Additive Manufacturing (Paul Denney – Lincoln Electric Company)

 

4) GE Aviation and the 3D Printing Tsunami (Travis Hessman – IndustryWeek)

 

5) Innovation in additive manufacturing of advanced thermoplastics, ceramics, and composites (Ed Herderick – rp+m)

 

6) Advances in Metal Additive Manufacturing – the Development and Applications of Electron Beam Freeform Fabrication (EBF3) (Karen Taminger – NASA-LaRC)

 

 

"Talks should provide an overview of the topic, local involvement in the field, state-of-the art, weaknesses and deficiencies, and estimation of future trends."

 

Details of Presentations can be downloaded from here.

Registration:

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required.

Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack,

and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

Register is Closed.

Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Email: Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov


Alternative Energy & Materials’ Issues Symposium

The Cleveland Chapter of ASMI is pleased to offer a one-day technical symposium on Alternative Energy, featuring talks on the energy industry in Northeast Ohio as well as a broad range of energy fields. This education event is organized for the benefit of Cleveland Chapter ASM members. However, we encourage ASMI members from other chapters to attend as well as welcome anyone interested in advanced energy technology.

 

  • Date: Wednesday May 19, 2010
  • Time: 8:00AM-5:00PM
  • Ohio Aerospace Institute, Brook Park, OH 
    22800 Cedar Point Road
    Map to OAI

Exhibits:

In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields. Exhibit area will be accessible during registration, lunch, and breaks.

Topics

  1. Overview of alternative energy and the NEO perspective—Richard Stuebi, Cleveland Foundation
  2. NASA-GRC participation in alternative energy—Joe Shaw, NASA-GRC
  3. Wind turbines—Larry Viterna, Great Lakes Energy Institute-CWRU
  4. Solar Power—Neil Sater, Greenfield Solar
  5. Fuel Cells—Rodger McKain, Rolls-Royce Fuel Cells
  6. Energy Storage: Enabling Alternative Energy – Raymond Evans, First Energy Service Company
  7. Education of next generation workers—Duncan Estep, Lorain Community College
  8. Nuclear Power Plant Performance—Jeremy Busby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  9. Batteries—George Blomgren

Registration:

$100.00 per attendee. Advanced registration is required. Fee includes: catered lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snack, and a CD with the PowerPoint presentations.

Register Here

Professional Engineers will earn six Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

Click here for downloadable symposium announcement

Exhibits: In addition to talks, companies are welcome to bring displays and literature highlighting their contributions to this and related fields.

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Bradley Lerch, FASM
Tel: (216) 433-5522
Bradley.A.Lerch@nasa.gov