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Intermetallic Alloy Development: A Program Evaluation Appendices

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Intermetallic Alloy Development: A Program Evaluation Appendix A Meeting Agenda Panel on Intermetallic Alloy Development Thursday, June 6 and Friday, June 7, 1996 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Thursday, June 6, 1996 8:15 am Introduction Pete Angelini, ORNL (OIT program) 8:30 Welcome Bill Appleton and Jim Stiegler, ORNL 8:45 NRC Committee and Panel Objectives Norman Gjostein, panel chair 9:00 Integration of Research and Development Efforts on Ni3Al and Iron Aluminide Linda Horton, ORNL (BES program)

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Intermetallic Alloy Development: A Program Evaluation Session 1a. Technology Development 9:30 Design of Ni3Al alloys (History of Ni3Al alloy development) C. T. Liu, ORNL 10:10 Fabrication Technology of Ni3Al Alloys (Casting and wrought aspects of fabricating Ni3Al; other industrial needs; data base; alloy design and materials fabrication) Vinod Sikka, ORNL 11:05 Joining of Ni3Al (Historical development in the area of welding and joining technology for Ni3Al; IC-50 alloy, IC-221 alloy, FA alloy; wire and consumables; bulk and weld overlay [weld repair]) Mike Santella, ORNL 11:45 Design and Status of Other Intermetallic Alloys/Composites (Applicability of initial alloy design advances to other materials systems, joining, alloy design [structural and weld overlay]) C. T. Liu, ORNL Session 1b. Program Management 9:15 BES Perspective Linda Horton, ORNL (BES program) 9:45 Fossil Energy Perspective Rod Judkins, ORNL (FE programs) 10:30 AIM efforts (ECUT and AIM efforts, objectives, selection criteria, subcontracts, CRADAs) Pete Angelini, ORNL (OIT/AIM programs) 11:30 Commercialization (outline and status of patents, licensing technology) Larry Dickens, ORNL Session 2. Current and Future Applications and Plans 1:15 pm Tour of Processing Laboratory (highlighting Ni3Al components being evaluated by industry) Vinod Sikka, ORNL

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Intermetallic Alloy Development: A Program Evaluation 1:45 Industrial Perspective (forging dies, heat treating systems; user/producer) Gary Hudson, United Defense 2:15 Industrial Perspective (heat treating trays for carburizing furnaces; user) Jim Farago, General Motors 2:45 Industrial Perspective (centrifugal casting of Ni3Al rolls for steel reheat furnaces; producer) John Rogers, Sandusky International 3:30 Additional Industrial Interactions Vinod Sikka, ORNL 4:00 Future Activities and Relationship to IOF Pete Angelini, ORNL (OIT/AIM programs) Friday, June 7, 1996 8:30 am Panel Executive Session (conclusions and recommendations) Panel 1:00 pm Tours of Facilities Important to the Development of Intermetallic Alloys (Alloy Development, Materials Fabrication, Joining and Welding, Atom Probe, Analytical Electron Microscopy)   2:30 Summary Peter Angelini, ORNL Norman Gjostein, panel chair