Webinar: Three-Dimensional Materials Science and Mechanical Serial Sectioning for Characterization of Microstructures

Webinar: Three-Dimensional Materials Science and Mechanical Serial Sectioning for Characterization of Microstructures

WHEN
July 30 / 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
07/30/19 2:00 PM 07/30/19 3:00 PM America/New_York Webinar: Three-Dimensional Materials Science and Mechanical Serial Sectioning for Characterization of Microstructures United States

Robo-Met.3D is an outstanding T2 Case Study. Developed at AFRL, and licensed by UES, a Dayton-based Science and Technology business, the system has found a home in several Federal Labs, as well as in industrial and academic venues. One of the main users of Robo-Met.3D, Sandia National Laboratories, will be presenting a webinar entitled “3D Materials Science and Mechanical Serial Sectioning for Microstructural Characterization”

Presenter: Dr. Thomas A. Ivanoff, Sandia National Laboratories

In this webinar, attendees will learn about:

  • How mechanical serial sectioning can be used to evaluate complex microstructures, internal porosity, and cracks
  • How to leverage 3D analyses for scientific investigations and engineering solutions
  • Benefits of a mechanical serial sectioning approach compared to micro-computed tomography for an additively manufactured microstructure