Siwen Chen, Amrozia Shaheen and Subbareddy Darukumalli attended the third PAM^2 workshop on Process Modelling held at Technical University of Denmark from 21-24 November 2017
Siwen Chen, Amrozia Shaheen and Subbareddy Darukumalli are currently working as Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows in Precision Additive Metal Manufacturing project (PAM^2). PAM^2 is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Programme. PAM^2 collaborates with industry and academia to address quality assurance and the various process stages of additive manufacturing (AM), aiming to implement good precision engineering practice.
They attended the third PAM^2 workshop on Process Modelling organised by DTU Mechanical Engineering Denmark in collaboration with MAGMA GmbH. The objective of the workshop was to introduce the participants to the thermo-mechanical modelling of AM process chains. The participants learnt about the various modelling methods for temperatures, stresses, strains and deformations in AM processes (selective laser sintering and selective laser melting) and heat treatment processes (annealing). The participants also worked on the hands-on modelling of AM processes.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows gave presentations to the supervisory board about the updated status of their projects. The Fellows were divided into three groups and allocated to prepare a YouTube video on heat transfer in process modelling. The last day was fixed for seminars which were delivered by guest researchers and aimed to help the participants to improve their complimentary skills.