Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE – Additive Manufacturing and SAE’s Data Submission Guidelines

Available On-Demand Until: February 13, 2019

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This 60-minute Webinar explores the initial step in moving additive manufacturing (AM) from part qualification to material qualification: data management.

As with traditionally manufactured aircraft components, the materials and processes used to manufacture additively manufactured components must be under documented control. SAE has been developing a series of feedstock materials and AM processing specifications required to be in compliance with regulations governing the certification of commercial aircraft. Part of the development of these specifications is deriving specification minimum values for the acceptance of feedstock material and/or qualification of AM processes.
 
SAE’s AMS-AM Committee is preparing Data Submission Guidelines describing the minimum data requirements necessary to generate specification minimum values. This Webinar explains the committee’s approach to feedstock and process control and presents the Data Submission Guidelines for both metals and polymers for the establishment of specification minimum values.
 
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentations.


Speakers:


David H. Abbott, Chair, AMS-AM Committee, SAE International, and Principal Engineer, GE Additive 
 

Dave Abbott is Chair of SAE’s AMS-AM Committee on additive manufacturing. He is also a Principal Engineer with the newly formed GE Additive business, responsible for additive manufacturing materials and process development. Dave has over 20 years of experience in the additive field, primarily in the aerospace sector. Prior to GE Additive, he was with GE Aviation for over a decade as an Additive Manufacturing Technologist within several organizations including the Materials and Process Engineering Department, the Advanced Components and Manufacturing Sciences organization, and the Manufacturing and Quality Technology Department. Before joining GE, Dave spent eight years as a cofounder of AeroMet, a startup company commercializing laser additive manufacturing to supply laser formed titanium aerostructural components to the aerospace industry. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in welding engineering from the Ohio State University and three patents related to additive manufacturing.


Rachael Andrulonis, Senior Research Engineer, National Institute for Aviation Research, Wichita State University 
 

Rachael Andrulonis is a Senior Research Engineer at Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR). She is engaged in several additive manufacturing (AM) programs as well as other advanced materials-related projects. Rachael participates in America Makes Working Groups and SAE’s AMS-AM Committee, where she chairs the Data Management Sub-Committee. In addition, she serves as a Co-Chair of the AMSC Qualification and Certification Working Group and as a technical lead on an FAA polymer AM qualification program, the Composite Materials Handbook (CMH)-17, and the Kansas Aviation Research and Technology AM program. She has a BS in Materials Science Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.


Doug Hall, Senior Research Scientist, MMPDS Program Manager, Battelle Memorial Institute 

Doug Hall is the Program Manager for the MMPDS Handbook, the aerospace industry’s most widely accepted reference for metallic material properties. He joined Battelle Memorial Institute in 2017 and is responsible for program management, data analysis, guidelines improvement, and publishing annual updates. Current MMPDS activities include analyzing data for new alloys for future editions and improving/developing appropriate testing and analysis guidelines for both conventional and additive alloys. Prior to joining Battelle, Doug worked for Honeywell Aerospace for 30 years in stress analysis of engine and airframe components. His data analysis experience includes conventional and additively manufactured metals and organic matrix composites. He has a BS in Mathematics and an MS in Engineering Mechanics from the Ohio State University.

  


Moderator: 

Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

 

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