Hybrid Bulk Metal Components
Behrens, Bernd-Arno (editor)
In recent years, the requirements for technical components have steadily been increasing. This development is intensified by the desire for products with a lower weight, smaller size, and extended functionality, but also with a higher resistance against specific stresses. Mono-material components, which are produced by established processes, feature limited properties according to their respective material characteristics. Thus, a significant increase in production quality and efficiency can only be reached by combining different materials in a hybrid metal component. In this way, components with tailored properties can be manufactured that meet the locally varying requirements. Through the local use of different materials within a component, for example, the weight or the use of expensive alloying elements can be reduced. The aim of this Special Issue is to cover the recent progress and new developments regarding all aspects of hybrid bulk metal components. This includes fundamental questions regarding the joining, forming, finishing, simulation, and testing of hybrid metal parts.
Keywordstailored forming; bulk metal forming; geometry measurement; wrought-hot objects; turning; process monitoring; feeling machine; benchmark; lateral angular co-extrusion; mechanical behavior; hybrid metal components; ultrasound; laser beam welding; excitation methods; melt pool dynamics; nickel base alloy 2.4856; membrane mode enhanced cohesive zone elements; damage; joining zone; cross-wedge rolling; welding; PTA; LMD-W; forming; rolling; coating; hybrid bearing; residual stresses; X-ray diffraction; rolling contact fatigue; bearing fatigue life; AISI 52100; plasma transferred arc welding; residual stress; scanning acoustic microscopy; hybrid components; bevel gears; hot forging; process-integrated heat treatment; air-water spray cooling; self-tempering; aluminum-steel compound; intermetallic phases; co-extrusion; nanoindentation; multi-material; IZEO; topology optimization; computer-aided engineering environment; GPDA; manufacturing restrictions; composites; HSHPT; nano multilayers; Ni-Ti; SPD; friction welding; surface geometry modification
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues