Additive Manufacturing of Metals
Gibbons, Gregory John (editor)
This book is an exciting collection of research articles that offer a unique view into the fast developing field of metal additive manufacturing, providing insights into this advanced manufacturing technology. The articles span recent advances in metal AM technologies, and their application to a wide range of metals, exploring how the processing parameters offer unique material properties. This book encapsulates the state of the art in this rapidly evolving field of technology and will be a valuable resource for researchers in the field, from Ph.D. students to professors, and through to industrial end users.
Keywordsadditive manufacturing; laser powder bed fusion; A357.0; mechanical performance; Laser powder bed fusion; selective laser melting; SKD61 tool steel; nanoindentation; strain-rate sensitivity; nonhorizontal suspension structure; boundary remelting; surface roughness; forming accuracy; Ti–6Al–4V alloy; metallurgical quality; mechanical properties; aluminum alloys; high-temperature deformation; microstructure; selective laser melting (SLM); Ti alloy; high temperature tensile; erosion; wear; construction; WAAM; welding; steel; ESPI; design; powder bed fusion (PBF); Ti-6Al-4V; phase transformation; tensile; 90W-7Ni-3Fe; densification; properties; hyper-duplex stainless steel; mechanical property; corrosion resistance; Alsi10Mg; stress relieve; Inconel 718; embrittlement; titanium; drilling; chip geometry; cutting forces; hole quality; DED; laser; thermal conductivity; thermal diffusivity; thermal modeling; hot stamping; AISI H13; plasma transferred arc; processing conditions; Hastelloy C-22; wire and arc additive manufacturing; low-carbon high-strength steel; anisotropy
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues