Essays about: "electron beam melting"

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  1. 1. Effect of Beam Scan Length on Microstructure Characteristics of EBM Manufactured Alloy 718

    University essay from KTH/Materialvetenskap

    Author : Bengt Gustavsson; [2018]
    Keywords : EBM; Electron Beam Melting; Alloy718; AM; Additive Manufacturing;

    Abstract : Additive Manufacturing (AM) as a method is on the rise and allow for a high freedom to create unique shapes without being limited by conventional machining methods. The Electron Beam Melting method, developed by Arcam AB in Mölndal, Sweden, use Powder Bed Fusion together with an electron beam and at an elevated temperature (+1000ºC) to lower stress due to thermal gradients. READ MORE

  2. 2. Independent Project in Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering : A literature study of powder-based additive manufacturing

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper

    Author : Daniel Feldt; Petra Hedberg; Asker Jarlöv; Elsa Persson; Mikael Svensson; Filippa Vennberg; Therese You; [2018]
    Keywords : Additive manufacturing; selective laser melting; electron beam melting; binder jetting; stainless steel; tool steel; nickel alloys;

    Abstract : The focus of this literary study was additive manufacturing (AM) and the purpose was to find general trends for selected materials that have been additively manufactured and compare them to results from other reviews. The raw materials studied were stainless steels 316L, 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH and 420, as well as tool steel H13 and nickel alloys 625, 718 and Hastelloy X. READ MORE

  3. 3. Independent Project in Chemical Engineering and Materials Engineering : A literature study of powder-based additive manufacturing

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper; Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskaper

    Author : Daniel Feldt; Petra Hedberg; Asker Jarlöv; Elsa Persson; Mikael Svensson; Filippa Vennberg; Therese You; [2018]
    Keywords : Additive manufacturing; selective laser melting; electron beam melting; binder jetting; stainless steel; tool steel; nickel alloys;

    Abstract : The focus of this literary study was additive manufacturing (AM) and the purpose was to find general trends for selected materials that have been additively manufactured and compare them to results from other reviews. The raw materials studied were stainless steels 316L, 17-4 PH, 15-5 PH and 420, as well as tool steel H13 and nickel alloys 625, 718 and Hastelloy X. READ MORE

  4. 4. In-process monitoring for Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing using an infrared camera system

    University essay from KTH/Industriell produktion; KTH/Industriell produktion

    Author : Vlad Buga; Roysten Jason Dsouza; [2018]
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    Abstract : Additive Manufacturing (AM) is being embraced at a rapid rate, mainly due to its advantages over conventional machining. These include the possibility to create parts with complex geometries, while minimizing waste. READ MORE

  5. 5. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING : Cost and Lead Time Estimation, Benefits and Challenges

    University essay from KTH/Industriell produktion

    Author : MARAN TIROUGNANASSAMBANDAMOURTY; MARYIA SIDORYK; [2018]
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    Abstract : Additive manufacturing (AM) is one of the most widely explored technology in the field of manufacturing in recent years. With a rapid development in its process elements such as process speed, dimensional accuracy, surface finish and repeatability, additive manufacturing continues to expand from being a prototyping technology to substituting the conventional manufacturing processes. READ MORE