Hot Isostatic Pressing


Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has important applications in advanced materials manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas industries, power generation, and medical and nuclear fields.

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Hot Isostatic Pressing
Eds. Pranesh Dayal and Gerry Triani
Materials Research Proceedings Volume 10
Publication Date 2019, 254 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-64490-002-4 (release date March 15th, 2019)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-64490-003-1
DOI: 10.21741/9781644900031

Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) has important applications in advanced materials manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas industries, power generation, and medical and nuclear fields. The symposium focused on HIP applications in such areas as material optimization, radioactive nuclear waste, cast aluminum alloys, ceramic materials, superalloys, manufacturing of turbine blisks, densification of additive manufactured parts, diffusion welding of dissimilar metals and alloys, heat treatment inside the HIP unit, turbopump components, improved tooling materials, valve spindles for engines, Ni-base superalloys, titanium aluminide, stainless steels, metal matrix composites, phase transformations, uniform load cooling equipment, duplex steel, diamond/SiC composites, large hot zone units, additive manufacturing, efficient modeling, reactor vessel fabrication, electron beam welding, superconducting magnet structures.

Hot Isostatic Pressing, Radioactive Nuclear Waste, Cast Aluminum Alloys, Ceramic Materials, Superalloys, Manufacturing of Turbine Blisks, Additive Manufacturing, Diffusion Welding, Turbopump Components, Valve Spindles, Ni-base Superalloys, Titanium Aluminide, Stainless Steels, Metal Matrix Composites, Phase Transformations, Cooling Equipment, Duplex Steel, Diamond/SiC Composites, Reactor Vessel Fabrication, Electron Beam Welding, Superconducting Magnet Structures.


Table of Contents (all papers are OPEN ACCESS / click on any title to see the full abstract and PDF)

HIP for AM – Optimized Material Properties by HIP
Magnus Ahlfors, Fouzi Bahbou, Anders Eklund

Hot Isostatic Pressing of Radioactive Nuclear Waste: The Calcine at INL
Anders Eklund, Regis A. Matzie

Hot Isostatic Pressing in the Automotive Industry: Case study of Cast Aluminum Alloys for Rims of Car Wheels
Anders Eklund, Magnus Ahlfors

HIP Technology Enables Ceramic Manufacturers to Control Material Properties and Increase Productivity
Anders Eklund, Magnus Ahlfors

Effects of Hafnium on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in as-HIPed FGH4097 Powder Metallurgy Superalloy
ZHANG Yi-Wen, JIA Jian, HAN Shou-Bo, LIU Jian-Tao

Development of the Design and Technological Solutions for Manufacturing of Turbine Blisks by HIP Bonding of the PM Disks with the Shrouded Blades
Liubov Magerramova, Eugene Kratt

Large-Scale and Industrialized HIP Equipment for the Densification of Additive Manufactured Parts
Hongxia Chen, Deming Zhang, Qing Ye

HIP Process of a Valve Body to Near-Net-Shape using Grade 91 Powder
Toyohito Shiokawa, Hiroshi Urakawa, Mitsuo Okuwaki, Yuto Nagamachi

Experience in HIP Diffusion Welding of Dissimilar Metals and Alloys
V.N. Butrim, A.G. Beresnev, V.N. Denisov, A.S. Klyatskin, D.A. Medvedev, D.N. Makhina

Heat Treatment inside the HIP Unit
Nils Wulbieter, Anna Rottstegge, Daniel Jäckel, Werner Theisen

HIP Activities for Turbopump Components of Korea Space Launch Vehicle
Suk-Hwan Yoon, Chang-Ho Choi, Jinhan Kim

HIP Processing of Improved Tooling Materials for High-Productivity Hot Metal Forming Processes
Maxime Gauthier, Guillaume D’Amours, Fabrice Bernier

Recent Developments of HIP Equipment in JAPAN
Megumi Kono, Katsumi Watanabe

Exhaust Valve Spindles for Marine Diesel Engines Manufactured by Hot Isostatic Pressing
Alberto Lapina, Harro Andreas Hoeg, Jakob Knudsen, Tomas Berglund, Rune Møller, Jesper Henri Hattel

Microstructural Design of Ni-base Superalloys by Hot Isostatic Pressing
Benjamin Ruttert, Inmaculada Lopez-Galilea, Lais Mujica Roncery, Werner Theisen

The Effect of HIP Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of Titanium Aluminide Additive Manufactured by EBM
Daisuke Kondo, Hiroyuki Yasuda, Takayoshi Nakano, Ken Cho, Ayako Ikeda, Minoru Ueda, Yuto Nagamachi

Overview of Properties, Features and Developments of PM HIP 316L and 316LN
Martin Östlund, Tomas Berglund

Effect of Processing Parameters on Intermetallic Phase Content and Impact Toughness for Super Duplex Alloy PM HIP Sandvik SAF 2507™
Martin Östlund, Linn Larsson, Tomas Berglund

Oxygen Content in PM HIP 625 and its Effect on Toughness
Tomas Berglund, Fredrik Meurling

Wear of PM HIP Metal Matrix Composites – Influence of Carbide Type
Tomas Berglund, Josefine Hall

High Pressure Heat Treatment – Phase Transformation under Isostatic Pressure in HIP
Magnus Ahlfors, Alexander Angré, Dimitris Chasoglou, Linn Larsson

Controlled Uniform Load Cooling in Production Scale HIP Equipment
Beat Hofer, Michael Hamentgen, Maxime Pauwels, Carlo Verbraeken, Pierre Colman

Toughness of Duplex Steel Produced by PM-HIP
Christoph Broeckmann

Precise Prediction of Near-Net-Shape HIP Components through DEM and FEM Modelling
Yuanbin Deng, Anke Kaletsch, Alexander Bezold, Christoph Broeckmann

Fabrication of Diamond/SiC Composites using HIP from the Mixtures of Diamond and Si Powders
Ken Hirota, Motoyasu Aoki, Masaki Kato, Minoru Ueda, Yoichi Nakamori

TeraPi – A 3.5-Meter Diameter Hot Zone Unit Enables HIPing of Large Components
Anders Eklund, Magnus Ahlfors

Tailor-Made Net-Shape Composite Components by Combining Additive Manufacturing and Hot Isostatic Pressing

Efficient Modeling of PM HIP for Very Large NNS Parts (up to 2.5 Meter Diameter) and Key Physical, Material and Technological Parameters to Control Dimensional Scattering in a 15 mm Range
Gerard Raisson, Vassily Goloveshkin, Anton Ponomarev, Andrey Bochkov, Yuri Kozyrev

Small Modular Reactor Vessel Manufacture/Fabrication Using PM-HIP and Electron Beam Welding Technologies
David W. Gandy, Craig Stover, Keith Bridger, Steve Lawler, Matt Cusworth, Victor Samarov, Charlie Barre

Mechanical Strength Evaluation of Superconducting Magnet Structures by HIP Bonding Method
Kaoru Ueno, Tsuyoshi Uno, Katsutoshi Takano, Norikiyo Koizumi

About the Editors

Gerry Triani

Gerry is the Technical Director of ANSTO Synroc, an Australian technology that utilises HIP processing for the treatment of nuclear waste. As a materials scientist with 30 years of experience, his research has been focussed on the structure-function relationship of materials and their application in nuclear, medical and energy sectors.

Pranesh Dayal

Pranesh is a professional materials engineer with over 15 years of experience in the field of steel industry, advanced materials synthesis, materials characterization and nuclear industry. Currently he a member of ANSTO Synroc wasteform design team.