The manufacturing and processing of metals to form components is one of the largest industrial sectors and accounts for 46 per cent of all manufactured value. Key to future success is the introduction of new metal alloys that are designed and processed in a resource efficient manner. In recent years, alloy design has moved from the informed trial and error approach to one of sophisticated computational alloy and process design.
The “Designing Alloys for Resource Efficiency” (DARE) Workshop will explain how it is contributing towards a resource-efficient and low-carbon economy to reduce its reliance on strategic metals and minimise waste through the development of new metal alloys. The DARE Programme will hold our final symposium over two days at Halifax Hall in Sheffield, giving a snapshot of state-of-the-art resource efficient alloy design.
Presentations will cover the following topics:
Alloy design from first principals through to experimental validation;
Resource efficient high strength, formable alloys;
Resource efficient net shape manufacturing technologies;
Processing recycled alloys to useful products.
The conference fee includes a drinks reception and dinner on the evening of 11 February; details of the programme can be found below:
Sponsored student places: Please note that all student conference places sponsored by Royce@Sheffield have now been allocated.
Directions to the venue can be found on the hotel website.
Delegates who have booked accommodation at the hotel should ask for a parking permit when checking in; delegates wishing to park each day at the hotel should print this parking permit and display it on the dashboard of their vehicle.
Details about accommodation at the University or within Sheffield can be found at this link.
This symposium aims at reporting the results of the Innovate UK-Ministry of Science and Technology China project entitled “Increasing bearing life by combining a novel manufacturing bearing steel process with multiscale modelling techniques”. The project combines academic groups at Lancaster University (LU), University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB), and the China Iron and Steel Research Institute (CISRI), together with industries such as SKF and Jiangyin Xingcheng Special Steel (JXSS). Future work based on the adoption of the results by industry will also be discussed.
The post code for the Rolls Royce Learning & Development Centre is DE24 9JQ and directions can be found in the attached document .
If travelling by rail to Derby it is approximately 10 minutes by taxi to the Venue. If travelling by car please park at the Yellow car park and walk to the Venue from there (approximately 2 mins). If you require a disabled parking space please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will arrange this on your behalf.
Travel from Sheffield
We have booked a 36 seat coach to take delegates travelling from Sheffield to the venue at Rolls-Royce; further details and times can be found below; tickets can be purchased via thislink.
On 27th June 2015, the AREC team, led by Professor Lenny Koh, showcased its research and impact at the ‘Pathways to Global Policy, Industry and Societal Impact on Resource Efficiency and Sustainability event at the European Parliament, Brussels.
The event was hosted by John Procter, MEP for Yorkshire and Humber, through the White Rose Brussels group, and attended by policy makers, industry representatives and academics. The main aims of the event were to present the impact of AREC’s research and develop potential future connections to further extend AREC’s impact reach.
We are pleased to announce that our third annual symposium will take place over two days on 7&8 September 2017 at Rolls-Royce Learning & Development Centre, Derby. Further details about the topics and registration can be found here.
Start and end times are as follows:
Registration & coffee: 10:00 – 10:30
Results of poster competition and drinks reception: 18:00 – 19:00
Coffee: 9:00 – 9:30
Lunch: 12:30 – 13:30
A detailed programme plus joining instructions will be posted on the website over the next few weeks.
On 1 September 2016 the DARE programme held its second Annual Symposium at the University of Sheffield.
The one day event had a mixture of presentations by DARE academic and industry partners plus guest speakers from throughout Europe. The presentations focussed on the challenges academics and industry face when trying to design new alloys with minimum material waste and less dependence on rare earth additions, whilst retaining their strength and resistance to wear and corrosion. The Symposium was well attended by UK and International academic and industry delegates and all agreed that the event provided an interesting mix of high-level talks.
A big thank you to our speakers and delegates who attended the event.
Photos and presentations from the event can be foundhere.
Directions to the venue can be foundbelow; should you require overnight accommodation in Sheffield when attending the meeting, you can book accommodation at the venue here. Alternatively there is a list of hotels below which give preferential rates; when booking please quote“University of Sheffield”or the code given in the attached document.