Sponsoring Company: QuesTek Innovations LLC
DATE & TIME: September 28, 2023, 2pm EST
MC: Bob Braughler
Title: Accelerated qualification and certification of materials with ICMD® design software
Speaker: Kerem Taskin, Senior Client Solutions Engineer
Tanner Kirk, Materials Design Engineer
Accelerated Insertion of Materials (AIM) is a methodology for rapidly qualifying materials for specific applications by coupling modeling, simulation and testing across all stages of component and material development. This allows for rapidly iterating on design concepts that will be most beneficial to the target application, combining the aleatory uncertainty of the real manufacturing process and the epistemic uncertainty captured by simulation to predict distributions of material performance, and predicting minimum material properties on a full-scale production level using a minimum amount of experimental testing
QuesTek has applied its AIM methodology to accelerating the qualification and flight deployment of several aerospace steels. Now, this methodology is packaged in QuesTek’s Accelerated Qualification Toolkit (AQT) within the ICMD® software platform.
In this webinar, attendees will learn about:
The history of AIM and its application to the accelerated qualification of Ferrium M54 steel hookshanks
The Alloy Qualification Toolkit within the ICMD® software platform including its capabilities in sensitivity analysis and AIM calibration
Kerem Taskin has a degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University. He has worked at QuesTek for 7 years in the applications and client solutions teams, with a focus on working with the industry to qualify and deploy novel materials. He is currently a Senior Client Solutions Engineer.
Tanner Kirk has a Ph.D. and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He has been a Materials Design Engineer at QuesTek for over 2 years on the software and digital team, with specialties in additive manufacturing, optimization, and machine learning. He is a lead developer of the Alloy Design and Alloy Qualification Toolkits on the ICMD® platform.