Tuesday 12th March 2024

8:30-9:15 Welcome & Registration
9:15-9:30 Host presentation Pr Frédéric Bernard – University of Burgundy 0:15
9:30-9:45 EPMA presentation Kenan Boz – European Powder Metallurgy Association 0:15
9:45-10:15 Development of powder metallurgy in the nuclear industry: an overview of Framatome activities on L-PBF and HIP technologies Dr Louis Lemarquis – Framatome 0:30
10:15-10:45 Combined SPS/HIP adjustment protocol and plastic/viscoplastic densification model for HIP simulation; scale transition to a 316L demonstrator for nuclear industry Pr Jean-Philippe Chateau-Cornu – Univ of Burgundy 0:30
10:45-11:00 Coffee break 0:15
11:00-11:30 Atomization of high-quality steels and superalloys for the energy sector Dr Jürgen Cornelius – INTECO GmbH 0:30
11:30-12:00 Development of materials for Fusion Energy at CEIT, past and current R&D activities Dr Nerea Ordas – CEIT-BRTA 0:30
12:00-12:30 Potential Solutions for Large HIP furnace filled with massive powder objects of complex shape Dr Yan Liu – Simtec Soft 0:30
12:30-13:30 Lunch break  1:00
13:30-14:00 Experience in AM & HIP of Ni based Superalloys Denis Oshchepkov – Anna Larson – Höganas 0:30
14:00-14:30 Sustainable inert gas atomised metal powders for the Energy sector Xavier Chagnon – Sandvik Additive 0:30
14:30-15:00 HIP diffusion welding for energy applications : a relevant process ? Emmanuel Rigal – CEA-Liten 0:30
15:00-15:15 Coffee break 0:20
15:15-17:30 PANEL session : “Potential and Future of Powder Metallurgy in Nuclear Industry”
19:00 Chateau de la Verrerie – visit & group dinner

Wednesday 13th March 2024

Time Title of Presentation Speaker Duration
9:00-9:30 FAST/SPS for the nuclear industry: from materials assembly to 3D shapes – a promising technique for nuclear applications Dr Arnaud Fregeac – Norimat 0:30
9:30-10:00 Advancing Sustainability in manufacturing, a comparative analysis of energy consumption in Hot Isostatic Pressing vs. traditional forging process Ian Tough – Bodycote HIP 0:30
10:00-10:30 SPS technology, an alternative route to produce dense materials with original compositions and microstructures Pr Frédéric Bernard – Univ of Burgundy 0:30
10:30–10:45 Coffee Break & Group Photo 0:15
10:45-12:15 Site Visit (Framatome Technical Center) – limited to 25 participants (first-registered, first-served)
12:15-13:30 Lunch
End of Seminar