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ScienceDirect – Special Issue on Laser-based Additive Manufacturing: Processes and Materials

Das Special Issue on Laser-based Additive Manufacturing: Processes and Materials ist fertiggestellt und bei ScienceDirect online verfügbar. Nachfolgende Links, die wir mit freundlicher Genehmigung von ScienceDirect zur Verfügung stellen können, ermöglichen bis 3. Mai 2021 freien Zugang zu den Artikeln des Speciel Issues. Um die Auswahl zu erleichtern, enthalten die Links jeweils den Titel des zugehörigen Beitrags. Weitere Informationen (z.B. die Autorenliste, Kurzfassungen, etc.) finden sich bei ScienceDirect.

  1. Editorial
  2. Laser additive manufacturing of compositionally graded AlCrFeMoVx (x = 0 to 1) high-entropy alloy system
  3. Complementary use of pulsed and continuous wave emission modes to stabilize melt pool geometry in laser powder bed fusion
  4. Selective laser melting-fabricated Ti-6Al-4V alloy: Microstructural inhomogeneity, consequent variations in elastic modulus and implications
  5. Impact of build envelope on the properties of additive manufactured parts from AlSi10Mg
  6. Fracture mechanisms in the as-built and stress-relieved laser powder bed fusion Ti6Al4V ELI alloy
  7. Adjustment of isotropic part properties in laser sintering based on adapted double laser exposure strategies
  8. Modeling and simulation of thermal field and solidification in laser powder bed fusion of nickel alloy IN625
  9. A new physics-based model for laser directed energy deposition (powder-fed additive manufacturing): From single-track to multi-track and multi-layer
  10. Effect of heat input on the subgrains of laser melting deposited Invar alloy
  11. 3-Dimensional heat transfer modeling for laser powder-bed fusion additive manufacturing with volumetric heat sources based on varied thermal conductivity and absorptivity
  12. Thermographic investigation of laser-induced temperature fields in selective laser beam melting of polymers
  13. Ti6Al4V lightweight lattice structures manufactured by laser powder bed fusion for load-bearing applications

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