As the demand for lighter and strategic materials for aerospace, defence, automobile, earthmoving and other sectors has shown a significant growth in the last few years, processing of these materials using various manufacturing methods is to be addressed at a large perspective.
It is also envisaged that there will be high scale of improvements in the design of most sophisticated aircrafts in the years to come, this shows an exponential requirement of the newer and lighter strategic materials for various components.
Component manufacturers are facing heavy shortage of technical manpower and inputs for manufacturing of these new components.
The objective of the workshop is to understand the requirements and improvements in manufacturing techniques for processing advanced materials.
The requirement is to envisage the developments in processing techniques/methods for the advanced materials such as Titanium Alloys, Inconel, Ceramic, HSLA steels, Surface Composites of Aluminium and Magnesium Alloys, Strategic Materials etc. and also for the repairing of the aerospace and earth moving components.
The workshop is also designed to cater the needs of the challenges faced by researchers, working engineers in the above said areas. The proposed workshop is intensive in nature with discussions and presentations on advanced areas of research and methodologies.
- Emerging techniques for manufacturing and processing of advanced materials.
- State of the art machining methods for difficult to cut alloys and composites.
- Computational methods for the liquid metal flow during casting process.
- Advanced metal forming techniques for the defense and automobile applications.
- Surface engineering technologies for aerospace and earthmoving components.
- Unconventional and Micro-Machining Processes for complex shapes and features.
Registration Fee (Includes 15% Service Tax):
- Faculty/Academia: Rs. 5,000/-
- Students/Scholars: Rs. 2,500/-
- R&D Labs/Industry: Rs. 8,000/-
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