Quality Analysis of Additively Manufactured Metals

Quality Analysis of Additively Manufactured Metals

Simulation Approaches, Processes, and Microstructure Properties

1st Edition - November 1, 2022

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  • Editors: Javad Kadkhodapour, Siegfried Schmauder, Felix Sajadi
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323886642

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Quality Analysis of Additively Manufactured Metals: Simulation Approaches, Processes, and Microstructure Properties provides readers with a firm understanding of the failure and fatigue processes of additively manufactured metals. With a focus on computational methods, the book analyzes the process-microstructure-property relationship of these metals and how it affects their quality while also providing numerical, analytical, and experimental data for material design and investigation optimization. It outlines basic additive manufacturing processes for metals, strategies for modeling the microstructural features of metals and how these features differ based on the manufacturing process, and more.Improvement of additively manufactured metals through predictive simulation methods and microdamage and micro-failure in quasi-static and cyclic loading scenarios are covered, as are topology optimization methods and residual stress analysis techniques. The book concludes with a section featuring case studies looking at additively manufactured metals in automotive, biomedical and aerospace settings.

Key Features

  • Provides insights and outlines techniques for analyzing why additively manufactured metals fail and strategies for avoiding those failures
  • Defines key terms and concepts related to the failure analysis, quality assurance and optimization processes of additively manufactured metals
  • Includes simulation results, experimental data and case studies

Readership

Academic researchers; graduate and post-graduate students. Additive manufacturing lab technicians in both academia and industry; engineers and materials scientists manufacturing metals

Table of Contents

  • 1. Quality of Additively Manufactured Parts in Automotive Applications
    2. Quality of Additively Manufactured Implants in Biomedical Applications
    3. Quality Control for Parts Made by Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
    4. Quality Control for Inconel Parts Made by Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
    5. Quality Control for Multi-Material Products Made from Different Polymer Grades by FDM and Poly-Jet Printing
    6. Post-Processing Methods for SLM and Dealing with Residual Stresses
    7. In Situ Process Control for SLM
    8. Improvement of Product Quality by Polymer Compound Design for FDM
    9. Nano-Structured Powders for Improvement of Part Quality in SLS
    10. Multi-scale Simulation of Mechanical Properties for Lattice Structures from Ti64 Produced by SLM Method
    11. Simulation of Residual Stresses and Part Deformation in FDM Process
    12. Topology Optimization for Improvement of Load Bearing to Weight Ratio
    13. Simulation of Precipitation on the Nanoscale for Al Parts Produced by SLM
    14. Simulation of Grain Growth and Grain Shape in Samples Made by SLM
    15. Simulation of the Whole Cycle for Process-Microstructure-Property in AM Process

Product details

  • No. of pages: 540
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Elsevier 2022
  • Published: November 1, 2022
  • Imprint: Elsevier
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323886642

About the Editors

Javad Kadkhodapour

Javad Kadkhodapour is currently Guest Professor at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, focusing on quality control of additively manufactured materials. He has previously worked as a research associate and project manager for research projects in several prestigious European and Iranian universities, gaining expert knowledge in the areas of multi-scale analysis for multiphase metallic and multi-material polymeric structures in different manufacturing processes, including additive manufacturing. His industry experience includes working on additive manufacturing of metals and polymers at Shining 3D Company in Hangzhou, China, as well as research and development roles with multiple companies in the automotive and biomedical sectors in Germany.

Affiliations and Expertise

Guest Professor, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Siegfried Schmauder

Siegfried Schmauder is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at University of Stuttgart, Germany. His research focuses on microstructure mechanics, multiscale modeling, additive manufacturing, material and component testing, material development and optimization, as well as component reliability and design. He applies experimental and numerical investigation techniques to steels, light alloys, fiber composite materials on a metal and polymer basis, metal/ceramic composite materials, hard metals and coatings. The investigative focus is on microstructure modeling and nanosimulation with a view to examining the correlation between material structure and material properties as well as shedding light on the phenomena that occur at grid level that are important in terms of elastic and place material and damage response.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Felix Sajadi

Felix Sajadi is currently a PhD student at the University of Stuttgart, in Germany.

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science, and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, Germany

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