Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Advanced Materials and Structures
Green and Intelligent Development Trend
Yi, Hao (editor)
Cao, Huajun (editor)
Liu, Menglin (editor)
Jia, Le (editor)
Additive manufacturing (AM), as an advanced manufacturing technology, has overturned the traditional concept of subtractive manufacturing. It has revolutionized advanced integrated structural design, high-performance material preparation, and the manufacturing of complex components. AM technology is changing the way products are developed, produced, and commercialized, leading to disruptive changes in the economy and society. AM technology has received extensive attention and research from the research community since its inception, and it is leading manufacturing technology and continues to be used with great effectiveness in the aerospace industry, automotive industry, medical plant applications, and many other fields. However, the development of additive manufacturing still faces demanding technical challenges; for example, due to insufficient process planning and inadequate process control, many defects are often observed in the products of AM processes, reducing production efficiency and deteriorating product quality. To promote AM technology toward high efficiency, high precision, high performance, and low cost in a green and intelligent direction, many advanced design and manufacturing technologies are in urgent need of further breakthroughs, such as numerical and analytical models for structural design, experimental methods, performance prediction, and process optimization.
Keywordsadditive manufacture; cemented carbide; functionally graded structure; adhesive wear; peridynamic method; multiple-crack propagation; SLM additive manufacturing; defects; additive manufacturing; joule thermal; mathematical model; process parameters; micro-droplet; high-voltage electric field-driven jet; Taylor cone; micro-scale wax structure; laser powder bed fusion (LPBF); nano-Si3N4; AlSi10Mg; mechanical properties; heat treatment; diamond structure; compression; strain rate; specific energy absorption; CFA; generation; machine learning; multiple linear regression; sensitivity analysis; utilization; laser cladding; composite alloy powder; wear resistance; corrosion resistance; continuous carbon fiber reinforced; resin matrix composites; fused deposition modeling (FDM); formability; projection stereolithography; geometric accuracy; 3D printing; fused deposition modeling; tensile strength; adaptive neuron-fuzzy methods; artificial neural network; FeCrAl alloy; thin-wall cladding; LPBF; simulation; accuracy; microstructure; nanomechanical properties; HVOF spraying; NiCoCrAlYCe coatings; indentation work; strain rate sensitivity; diamond coating; tribological performance; seawater environment; lubricating film; ultrafast laser; selective laser melting; special material manufacturing; powder bed fusion; laser manufacturing; femtosecond laser; picosecond laser; Se doping silicon; near-infrared; Polycaprolactone (PCL); scaffolds structure; viscous drag force; single layer linear grid structure; 55SiCr steel; spring steel; refining slag; non-metallic inclusions; high temperature viscosity; laser powder bed fusion; aluminum matrix composites; microstructure evolution; microhardness; lattice structures; BCCZ; specific sensitivity analysis; imitative full stress method; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology