Warrendale, PA – October 25, 2016 – Senvol President Annie Wang has been selected to serve as the Vice Chair of the Data Management Committee for the SAE AMS-AM Additive Manufacturing Committee. Wang will join committee Co-Chairs Jana Rubadue of Battelle and Rachael Andrulonis of Wichita State University – National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) to help lead the group’s data efforts.
Wang’s focus on the Data Management Committee will be to establish a system to ensure that material specifications are controlled and traceable to statistically substantiated data analyzed by documented procedures. Additionally, the Data Management Committee will coordinate with MMPDS Emerging Technology Working Group for new metallic materials and CMH-17 for new polymer composite materials.
Wang commented, “I am delighted to serve in this role for the SAE additive manufacturing committee. Data management is a key part of what we do at Senvol, and I am pleased to be able to apply our expertise to help drive the development of much-needed standards for the additive manufacturing industry.”
SAE AMS-AM, Additive Manufacturing, is a technical committee in SAE’s Aerospace Materials Systems Group with the responsibility to develop and maintain aerospace material and process specifications and other SAE technical reports for additive manufacturing, including precursor material, additive processes, system requirements and post-build materials, pre-processing and post-processing, non-destructive testing and quality assurance. Dave Abbott of GE Aviation currently serves as Committee Chair.
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