Visit ACT at our booth as well as see our presentations on the following:
- “High Temperature Heat Pipes for Space Fission Power,” Derek Beard, Calin Tarau, and William G. Anderson
- “Titanium Water Heat Pipes for Kilopower System,” Derek Beard, William G. Anderson, Calin Tarau, Brian Schwartz, and Kuan-Lin Lee
The TMS 2017 Exhibition connects the influential scientists and engineers who attend the TMS 2017 Annual Meeting with leading companies in the minerals, metals, and materials fields. The result? A single meeting place where the business of the global materials community can develop, grow, and advance.
Presenting Technical Paper: Modeling Corrosion Damage and Crack Propagation Using Novel Meshless Peridynamics Framework
In Symposium: Environmentally Assisted Cracking: Theory and Practice
Authors: Srujan Rokkam, Michael Brothers, Max Gunzburger, Kishan Goel
About the event:
The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is an annual conference and technology showcase that brings together experts from different technical disciplines and professional communities to think about America’s energy challenges in new and innovative ways. Now in its eighth year, the Summit offers a unique, three-day program aimed at moving transformational energy technologies out of the lab and into the market.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 434
No other show offers companies on the East Coast so much in the way of packaging innovation, education and inspiration—400 top suppliers in 100,000 net square feet of exhibits. Come with your whole team for an eye-opening, energizing experience! Watching machinery run at full scale helps you more effectively envision improvements to your production line and discover exciting applications. The show’s smaller scale lets you engage more with suppliers, ask questions and get your whole team investigating solutions on the show floor. Discover emerging technologies, industry trends, best practices and ideas from other industries that can give your company an important edge.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 205
ABOUT THE EVENT
Strategies in Light and The LED Show uniquely provide a collaborative, integrated event experience for professionals representing the entire spectrum of the lighting business. From manufacturing, development and applications to designing, specifying and installation, Strategies in Light and The LED Show provide an unprecedented environment for learning, observing and engaging with every segment of the industry.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 423
SATELLITE is the conduit for innovation in satellite technology – bringing the leaders, and market leading companies and brands behind this transformation together in one place, making SATELLITE the most important global satellite communications event of the year, and largest gathering of ALL markets in the satellite community. This year’s program is built around focusing on these issues and much more.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 1645
Presented by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) the conference is designed to provide hands-on, up-to-the-minute information you can use right away to improve your energy management program, and get up to speed on the current generation of innovative technologies available to help you meet your goals.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 601
APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business. This is not just a designer’s conference; APEC has something of interest for anyone involved in power electronics.
Exhibiting Booth Number: 723
The objective of this annual workshop, now in its 28th year, is to provide the aerospace community a forum to share new technology developments, analytical techniques, and lessons learned in spacecraft thermal control. Sessions at this year’s workshop will address aspects of spacecraft thermal control including:
- Advanced Thermal Control Hardware
- Spacecraft Thermal Control Design
- Advanced Analysis Methods and Techniques
- Thermal Test Methods and Applications
- Lessons Learned in Spacecraft Thermal Control
- Heat Pipe Technology
- Thermal Control and Test in Emerging Space Technology
The Spacecraft Thermal Control Workshop plays a critical role in today’s space industry, fostering communication among representatives from industry, government, and academia. The workshop highlights the latest trends in spacecraft thermal management, technology needs and drivers, and encourages an understanding of how thermal science and engineering are being applied toward mission success today and into the future.
The companion “21st Workshop on Thermophysics in Microgravity” will precede the 2017 STC Workshop on Monday, March 27. Main topics include progress in fundamental research in thermal control technologies and flight applications for recent or upcoming missions. These technology discussions focus on single and two-phase flow technologies, convective and conductive heat transfer applications in microgravity, innovative thermal control devices, advanced thermal control concepts for future missions, spray cooling, and the latest developments in thermal control coatings. A separate registration fee is required for this workshop.
Presenting Technical Papers:
- “High Temperature Heat Pipes for Space Fission Power,” Derek Beard et al.
- “Titanium Water Heat Pipes for Kilopower System,” Derek Beard et al.
- “LHP Wick Fabrication via Additive Manufacturing,” Bradley Richard et al.
- “Advanced Passive Thermal Experiment for Hybrid Variable Conductance Heat Pipes and HiK™ Plates on the International Space Station,” Mohammed Ababneh et al.
- “Thermal Enhancements for Separable Thermal Mechanical Interfaces,” William G. Anderson et al.
- “Development of a Pumped Two-phase System for Spacecraft Thermal Control,” Michael C. Ellis et al.
- “Perforated Fins in Laminar Forced Convection,” Mohammed Reza Shaeri et al.
- “Thermal Storage Applications,” William G. Anderson et al.
- “Swiss-roll Combustor and Its Applications,” Bradley Richard et al.
This conference provides an opportunity to network with a broad array of potential customers, create brand awareness and build brand loyalty among a targeted audience of engineering researchers and educators and other professionals who work in thermal and fluids related areas from academia, government and industry. This focused conference provides a unique opportunity to bring to the attention of R&D professionals and leaders and educators the related products, like engineering software, laboratory equipment, sensors, instrumentation and data acquisition systems, engineering publications, etc.
ACT will be presenting papers at the conference.