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FY22 FECM Spring R&D Project Review Meeting - Crosscutting Research (High Performance Materials)

  • May 9, 2022

Opening Remarks and Advanced Energy Materials Program Overview
Robert Schrecengost, Program Manager, High Performance Materials
Acting Director, Hydrogen with Carbon Management Division

Advanced Welding Workforce Initiative Partnership Update
Kinsey Walker, Appalachian Regional Commission Program Analyst

Additively Manufactured Graded Composite Transition Joints for Dissimilar Metal Weldments in Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Power Plant
Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University

Progress Update on Development of Advanced Coatings to Improve Life and Reliability in Steam Path Components – Boiler Tubes and HPT Blades and Nozzles
Patrick Shower, General Electric Research

Development of Functionally Graded Transition Joints to Enable Dissimilar Metal Welds
Rangasayee Kannan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Solid Phase Processing to Fabricate and Join Alloys Important to Thermal Power Systems: 9-Chrome Steels and F/M Oxide Dispersion Strengthened (ODS) Steels
Glenn Grant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Multi-pass Hybrid Laser Arc Welding of Alloy 740H
Thomas M. Lillo, Idaho National Laboratory and Todd Palmer, Pennsylvania State University

Integrated Process Improvement using Laser and Friction Stir Processing for Nickel Alloys Used in Fossil Energy Power Plant Applications
Chris Smith, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Advanced Alloy Development - General Overview
Omer Dogan, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Low Cost High Performance Austenitic Stainless Steels for A-USC
Xiang (Frank) Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Daniel Purdy, Electric Power Research Institute

Nickel-Base Superalloy Development (Advanced Alloy Development-FWP Task 5)
Martin Detrois and Paul Jablonski, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Robust Dissimilar Metal Friction Welded Spool for Enhanced Capacity for Steam Power Components
Voramon Dheeradha, GE Research


  • May 11, 2022

Keynote Presentation
Robert M . Purgert, The Energy Industries of Ohio and Horst Hack, EPRI

Evaluating Ni-Based Alloys for A USC Component Manufacturing and Use
Xiang (Frank) Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Effect of Impurities on sCO2 Compatibility of Steels at 450°-650°C
Bruce Pint, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Steamside Oxidation Issues in Current Coal-Fired Boilers
Rishi Pillai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Design Tool for Creep-Resistant Materials and Low Cycle Fatigue Modeling (Advanced Alloy Development-FWP Task 16)
Youhai Wen, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Damage Accumulations Predictions for Boiler Components Via Macrostructrually Informed Material Models
Monica Soare, GE Research

Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Steam Cycle Components Using Haynes 282 Alloys
Wei Xiong and Albert To, University of Pittsburgh

Predictive Design of Novel Ni-Based Alloys
Gaoyuan Ouyang, Ames Laboratory

Predictive Analytics for Thermal Power Plants – Using ML with ORAP Data
Salvatore Dellavilla and Robert F. Steele, Strategic Power Systems, Inc.

David Alman, National Energy Technology Laboratory and
Laurent Capolungo, Los Alamos National Laboratory