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How Additive Manufacturing Changes Material Properties

  • Additive Manufacturing is a highly innovative and pioneering process that offers among others a high degree of flexibility and complexity in terms of the part design or the possibility to integrate various functions in a single part. Therefore, it possesses great chances to establish itself as a significant method within the entire field of manufacturing processes in the near future. The used materials and their thermodynamic behavior determine the resulting properties of parts built in this way, but also by the generated microstructure. Regarding the whole process with its formation of a microscale melt and ongoing rapid solidification a variety of different microstructures can be created, which in turn can affect the mechanical as well as chemical properties and the long–term behavior to a great extent. Furthermore, it can be seen that different metals and alloys in combination with the process conditions can result in different and/or fluctuating qualities of the manufactured components. Nonetheless, additive manufacturing can lead to a noticeably enhancement of materials or products that were manufactured and processed with traditional methods so far and open new possibilities and perspectives in the research and development sector. However, this means that it is crucial to adapt currently used tests and methods to the new properties and manufacturing process.

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Author:Hadi Mozaffari-Jovein, Dennis Pede, Emre Özel, Mo Li, Tobias Poleske
ISBN:978-1-926872-47-6
Parent Title (English):Proceedings of the 59th Conference of Metallurgists, COM 2020: The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Language:English
Year of Completion:2020
Release Date:2021/01/13
Tag:Additive manufacturing; Constitutional undercooling; Microstructure; Selective laser melting; Thermodynamics
First Page:1383
Last Page:1390
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG