Laser Shock Peening 2021

December 1st and 2nd

Purpose of Conference:

The purpose of this virtual event is to advance the use of laser shock peening for industrial applications, promote the developments of laser peening, and proliferate laser peening technology around the globe.

The application of engineered residual stresses is used every day in industrial applications. They have been primarily used to increase component durability and reliability by mitigating the effects of surface-initiated fatigue. Engineered residual stresses are also used to form components to specific shapes. Current applications of engineered residual stresses can be found in a wide range of products across all market sectors that fabricate metal component.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Industrial laser peening applications – component specific applications and benefits
  • Laser peening system technologies – new equipment facilitating industrial laser peening
  • Laser peening methodologies – methods of laser peening to reduce process variation and increase throughput
  • Analytical models facilitating the rapid implementation of laser peening
  • Applied laser peening research with focus on near term applications
Agenda
8:10

Opening Remarks

Welcome to the 1st annual Global Laser Peening Event! Why we are hosting, what it's about, and the general overview.

Eric Collet, LSP Technologies

8:20

An Indepth History of Laser Shock Peening (the first forty years)

Dr. Clauer will provide the genesis story of laser peening from the first laser generated shock in Russia in the 1950s through the groundbreaking developments at Battelle in the 1980s and the launch of commercial applications in the aerospace industry.

Dr. Allan Clauer LSP Technologies

9:30

10 Minute BREAK

9:40

First Applications in the 1990s and expansion beyond job shop operations.

Dr. Dulaney will provide an overview of the first applications in gas turbine engines, including historical context and data. He will then provide a personal history of his quest to transition laser peening from job shops to OEMs through development of commercially available laser peening equipment.

Dr. Jeff Dulaney, LSP Technologies

10:20

10 Minute BREAK

10:30

LEOPARD™, a Laser Shock Peening Industrial Solution for Maintenance Repair Overhaul Use

Dr. FURFARI will present what to take into account when new LSP Equipment shall be developed with particular focus on application in typical MRO environment; minimum requirements for developing LSP industrial solution accounting typical MRO constraints. Dr. FURFARI will also present the LEOPARD: Laser Equipment for Operations of Peening in Aircraft Retrofit Deployment, the first industrial solution of portable LSP equipment developed for specific use in MRO station to prove application of peening in aircraft structures in potentially ATEX (ATmosphères EXplosives) environment

INVITED VISIONARY

Dr. Domenico Furfari, Airbus

11:20

10 Minute BREAK

11:30

General Material Benefits - Material Property Enhancement by Laser Peening

Enhancement of Laser Peening

Dr. Kattoura will present an overview of the many benefits of Laser Peening

Dr. Michael Kattoura, LSP Technologies

12:20

10 Minute BREAK

12:30

Maritime Industry Technology Transition Campaign

Overview of the last six years introducing laser shock peening to the United States Navy and public/private shipyards will be provided. The technical hurdles and transition challenges will be reviewed which include working with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and the Navy for technical certifications and approvals. The mature capability, both portable and transportable, are currently being integrated for treating Navy vessels and components.

INVITED VISIONARY

Dr. Danny Georgiadis, Hepburn & Sons

13:15

10 Minute BREAK

13:25

Laser Peening of Nuclear Reactors

Mr. Sims will present the long history of his quest to introduce laser peening into the US Nuclear industry:

  • to eliminate head replacement, cutting a hole in containment, and heavy lifts minimizing risks and ensuring the highest level of safety,
  • reducing the commercial impact with a high quality mitigation strategy, and
  • to eliminate Primary Water Stress Corrosion Cracking failures causing significant extended outages performing repairs.

INVITED VISIONARY

William Sims, Entergy

14:15

10 Minute BREAK

14:25

Laser Peen Forming – Overview and Examples

Dr. Bovid will present an overview of the principles of Laser Peen Forming and how the technology can be applied to intentionally shape components and alternatively correct distortions from other materials processing.

Dr. Stanley Bovid, LSP Technologies, Inc.

15:15

10 Minute BREAK

15:25

History and Future of Residual Stress for Aircraft Turbine Engines

Mr. Fecke will present a historical overview of the application of residual stresses to USAF aircraft turbine engines and the future application for reducing sustainment costs and increasing mission readiness.

Ted Fecke, Retired USAF Senior Leader for Propulsion

15:55

Laser Peening A7075-T6 Alloys

Effects of Advanced Mechanical Surface Treatments on Residual Stress, Microstructure and Corrosion-Fatigue Behavior of Aluminum 7075-T6 Alloy

Vijay Vasudevan, University of North Texas

16:15

10 Minute BREAK

16:25

Industrial Laser Peening Applications - The Path to Production

Mr. Lahrman will speak about the applications of laser peening to components and the typical sequence of steps to achieve production.

David Lahrman, LSP Technologies, Inc.

16:55

BREAK

20:00

Implementation of Laser Peening at Nuclear Power Plants and Outdoor Infrastructure.

Prof. Sano will present the history of his quest of developing laser peening technology for nuclear power plants (NPPs) to enhance operational safety and save maintenance costs. Since 1999, laser peening has been applied to reactor components as preventive maintenance against stress corrosion cracking (SCC). He is planning to expand laser peening applications to increase the service life of outdoor infrastructure.

INVITED VISIONARY

Dr. Yuji Sano, Osaka university (Japan)

20:50

10 Minute BREAK

21:00

General Material Benefits - A7075 Alloys

The effect of Laser Peening and Alumite Treated on Fatigue Properties of A7075 Alloys

Yuta Saito, Sintokogio (Japan)

21:20

Process modeling of laser peening to improve its performance in industry application

The Crystal Plasticity modeling method was introduced recently to predict the mechanical properties of AA2195-T6 Friction Stir Welded Joints after laser peening including compressive residual stresses, work hardening, and crystal morphology evolutions. Experimental and theoretical approaches are combined to quantify strengthening contributions of laser-peening-induced near-surface local plastic deformation effects on the enhancement of local and overall mechanical properties of AA2195-T6 friction stir welded joints. Furthermore, eigen-moment, derived from eigenstrain, is proposed to describe the bending behavior of metal plates in laser peen forming. To achieve process planning of laser peen forming, the distributed eigen-moment on two surfaces of the plates is prescribed, and a PDE-constrained optimization is utilized to describe the process planning problem for complex shaping. Several applications about laser peening of large-scale components will be introduced to show the model capabilities at last.

Dr. Hu, Shanghai Jiaotong University (China)

21:50

20 Minute BREAK

22:00

LSP of AA2195-T6 Friction Stir Welded Joints

Laser Peening for Improvement of Tensile Properties of AA2195-T6 Friction Stir Welded Joints: Experiments and Crystal Plasticity Modeling

Maziar Toursangsaraki, Shanghai Jiaotong University (China)

22:20

Space Industry Applications of Laser Peening

Laser Peen Forming applications for the space industry, including LPF of dome petals, nullifying tensile residual stresses and weld rework. Preliminary Laser Peen Forming trials carried out on AA2219 T87 specimens.

Kumaresh Babu, Indian Space Research Organization

22:40

Effect of Laser Shock Peening on metallurgical and mechanical properties of various steel components

Laser Peening results for Forging Dies, Crankshafts, and Ballsitic Plates. In case of forging dies and crankshaft fatigue life improvement of 16% was achieved. Improvement in wear resistance and reduction in coefficient of friction was also achieved in case of forging dies. Substantial improvement in corrosion resistance of ballistic plate due LSP treatment was also achieved.

Burçak Kardelen Köroğlu Bharat Forge

23:00

Eric Collet- Closing Comments for Day 1

8:00

Modeling - Predictive Behavior Models

Dr. Ocaña will discuss Laser Interaction and Material Behaviour Models for the Predictive Assessment of Residual Stress Fields Induced in Metallic Materials by LSP

Dr. José Luis Ocaña, Polytechnical University of Madrid (UPM; Spain)

8:40

Laser Peen Forming - Straightening

Intelligent Straightening of Sheet Metal Parts by Laser Peen Forming

Dr. Thorsten Scharowsky, ZAL (Hamburg)

9:00

10 Minute BREAK

9:10

Retarding Fatigue Crack Growth

Tailoring LSP-induced residual stresses to retard fatigue crack growth

Sören Keller, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon (Germany)

9:30

Overview of LSP for Israeli Aerospace

Mr. Eli Yudkevich will provide an overview of current and future laser peening applications in Israel

Eli Yudkevich (IAI Retired)

10:00

LSP of 304 Stainless Steel Surfaces

Mr. Simge will Laser Peening Studies on 304 Stainless Steel Surfaces

Dr. Simge Gencalp Irizalp, Manisa Celal Bayar University (Turkey)

10:20

10 Minute BREAK

10:30

LSP of Friction Stir Welds

Friction stir welds with enhanced fatigue strength and life via post-weld laser peening

Joana Antunes, Cranfield University (UK)

10:50

Novel Applications of Laser Shock Peening

For many aerospace structures, life enhancement involves the retardation of a long, growing, crack that may be many millimetres in length; and that in consequence is already generating high levels of stress intensity factor at the crack tip. As peening of the entire structure is neither feasible nor desirable, the possibility of using localised peen patches as crack retarding features is being actively explored. Recent work on the effectiveness of peen patches in aerospace aluminium for crack retardation, as well as methods for optimum peening of assemblies during manufacturing.

Mike Fitzpatrick, Coventry University (UK)

11:10

New Frontiers for Industrial Laser Shock Processing in South Africa

In South Africa, the CSIR National Laser Centre is working in collaboration with local industry and academia to develop LSP technology in order to address local requirements. This talk will provide an overview of the current key local industrial projects.

Daniel Glaser, CSIR Manufacturing

11:30

10 Minute BREAK

11:40

Thermal Mechanical Fatigue Testing of Laser Peened Die Cast Dies

Components made with the die casting process for a variety of products from computer, household, to transportation components. Because of the thermal cycling of these dies, they suffer from thermal mechanical fatigue. Extending the life of these dies decreases cost and system down time. Various techniques are used to extend die life and laser peening is a surface process providing significant increases in die life.

James McGuffin-Cawley, Case Western Reserve University

12:40

Retarding Fatigue Crack Growth

Effects of Laser Shock Peening as a Post-Treatment to Laser Impact Welding

Arif Malik, University of Texas at Dallas

13:00

10 Minute BREAK

13:10

Modeling and Simulation of LSP Processes – Overview and Application

Dr. Bovid will present a comprehensive overview of modeling and simulation for LSP processes. Content is inclusive of analytical models for LSP pressure generation, explicit dynamics, eigenstrain and extension to mechanical performance analysis.

Dr. Stanley Bovid, LSP Technologies

13:40

Modelling - Microstructure Modeling During LSP

Efficient Microstructure Modeling During Simulation of Laser Shock Peening on Selective Laser Melted Components

Arif Malik, University of Texas at Dallas

14:00

Modeling - Shockwave Propagation

Modeling and Experimental Validation of Shockwave Propagation in Al Plates

James Smith, Idaho National Laboratory

14:20

10 Minute BREAK

14:30

New Frontiers - Laser Peening for Additive Manufacturing

Dr. Kattoura will present the benefits of using laser peening in the Additive Manufacturing process

Dr. Micheal Kattoura, LSP Technologies, Inc.

14:50

New Frontiers - Additively Manufactured Co-Co-Mo Alloy

Effect of Laser Shock Peening Processing Parameters on the Microstructure, Residual Stress, and Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Co-Co-Mo Alloy.

Boateng Twum Donkor, University of Cincinnati

15:10

New Frontiers - LSP of Ceramics

Applications of Laser Shock Peening in Ceramic Materials

Dr. Bai Cui, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

15:30

Closing Comments for Day 2

Eric Collet

Featured Speakers for LSP21

LSP Technologies is pleased to announce confirmed Visionary Speakers for LSP21. Our event agenda will accommodate various time zones across the globe, plus on-demand sessions.

Dr. Allan Clauer

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Dr. Allan Clauer – Retired Chief Metallurgist of LSP Technologies and world-renowned pioneer of laser peening, who played an integral role in the evolution of laser peening technology. His current interests include the further development of laser shock peening and improving the strength properties of metals and alloys.

Dr. Domenico Furfari

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Dr. Domenico Furfari is the Technical Advisor for Structural Analysis at the Airbus Airframe Competence Centre. His main areas of interest range from new technologies for fatigue enhancement of metallic structures (e.g., Laser Shock Peening) to novel repair techniques for embodiment in typical aircraft commercial MRO (Maintenance Repair Overhaul) environment.

Dr. Yuji Sano

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Dr. Yuji Sano is a program manager (PM) of Institute for Molecular Science (IMS) and a specially appointed professor of SANKEN, Osaka university. Currently he is serving as a PM of a Mirai program of JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency). His team has been developing electron acceleration technologies by laser for XFELs (x-ray free electron lasers), ion acceleration for cancer therapy. He is also working on laser peening technology using compact lasers.

Dr. Jeff Dulaney

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Dr. Jeff Dulaney is the Founder and CEO of LSP Technologies. Since 1995, his focus has been on proliferating Laser Shock Peening around the world.

William Sims

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As part of his role as director, chief engineer of Major Projects for Entergy Nuclear, William Sims oversees all of Entergy’s peening projects. During his 32-year career with Entergy, Mr. Sims has had many first-of-a-kind designs and projects. Notably in relation to peening, Mr. Sims served as chairman of the Electric Power Research Institute’s Materials Research Program (MRP) Assessment Committee. While chairman, he led the development of MRP-335 to allow the use of water jet and laser peening to mitigate degradation of Alloy 600 Nuclear Components, which was approved by the NRC during his tenure and later NRC approved use of two ASME Code Cases for reactor vessel head penetrations and piping butt welds. Mr. Sims holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arkansas.

Eli Yudkevich

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As the CEO of a manufacturing aerospace consulting business, Eli has been involved with military, UAV and civil aerospace programs. Eli has held positions such as Manufacturing Engineer, Head of Manufacturing Engineering, Chief of Infrastructures and Machinery Purchasing, Deputy Director of Structures Directorate, and CTO of Product Division. Since 2016, Eli has been providing professional consulting services to clients from Israel and beyond. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration.

Dr. José L. Ocaña

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Dr. José L. Ocaña got his MSc. (1979) and his PhD. (1982) in Industrial Engineering (Energy) at the Polytechnical University of Madrid (Spain). He was the Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the ETSII-UPM School of Engineering and Director of the UPM Laser Centre at this University (1999-2016). Dr. Ocaña is an active promoter and participant in national (Spain) and worldwide R&D initiatives in the field of scientific and industrial applications of high power lasers, especially in high-intensity laser-matter interaction, laser welding, laser surface treatments, laser micromachining, laser additive manufacturing and on-line monitoring and control of industrial laser applications. Author/coauthor of more than 200 scientific papers and more than 250 communications in the field of laser technology and applications.

Dr. Danny Georgiadis

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Dr. Georgiadis started his career in 1998 in electrical construction. He joined civil service in 2001 at NSWC Panama City, FL working in Mine Warfare as an engineering flight specialist with 40 hours of flight time in the H-60 conducting Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) flight testing and design. During 2005 and 2008, he served as a science advisor at the Pentagon within OPNAV N95 Expeditionary Warfare. In 2009, he transferred to PEO LCS, PMS 495, Mine Warfare, as the Assistant Program Manager for the Airborne Laser Mine Detection System. In 2012, he was assigned to PEO Subs where he worked in SEA 073 S&T, and in 2014 he became the Supervisory Acquisition Manager at PMS 415, Undersea Defensive Warfare Systems. In early 2015, he left civil service and became the CTO at Hepburn and Sons LLC where he was instrumental in standing up the technology transition division. Now Dr. Georgiadis is a part time Senior Engineering Consultant at Hepburn and also serves as the Director of Systems Engineering at Florida State University where he is a Professor. He is an expert in assessing technologies and finding purpose and fit for the warfighter.
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