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Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and

mechanism during selective laser melting of TiC/AlSi10Mg nanocomposites:simulation and experiments Pengpeng Yuan and Dongdong Gu-On the role of processing parameters in thermal behavior, surface morphology and accuracy during laser 3D printing of aluminum alloy Guanqun Yu, Dongdong Gu, Donghua Dai et al.-Recent citations Computational modelling of On the Breakdown of SiC during the Selective Laser Melting Selective laser melting (SLM) is used to produce a SiC reinforced aluminum metal matrix composite (AMMC, Al12Si plus 10 vol% SiC) with laser energy densities (Ep¯) between 20 and 80 J mm3. Microstructural analysis shows that at lower energies, SiC is present in the Al12Si matrix; however, at higher energies there is a distinct lack of SiC particles and the extensive formation of

Selective laser melting additive manufacturing of TiC

Selective laser melting (SLM) process was used to prepare the nanocrystalline titanium carbide (TiC)-reinforced Inconel 718 matrix bulk-form nanocomposites in the present study. An in-depth relationship between SLM process, microstructures, properties, and metallurgical mechanisms was established. Stainless Steel Fabricated by Selective Laser MeltingSelective laser melting (SLM) is one of the major AM technologies that has been used to process a number of metals and alloys, e.g., Ti6Al4V [7], -type Ti24Nb4Zr8Sn [8,9], Thermodynamic behaviour and formation mechanism of Selective laser melting (SLM) was applied to prepare TiC/TiNi composites by using a mixed powder com-posed of titanium powder, nickel powder and titanium carbide powder. The result indicated that fine TiC particles were transformed into in situ Ti 6C 3.75 dendrites based on the complete melting

Tribological Behavior of TiC Particles Reinforced 316Lss

materials Article Tribological Behavior of TiC Particles Reinforced 316Lss Composite Fabricated Using Selective Laser Melting Jing Li 1, Zhanyong Zhao 1,*, Peikang Bai 1,2,*, Hongqiao Qu 1, Minjie Liang 1, Haihong Liao 1, Liyun Wu 1 and Pengchen Huo 1 1 School of Materials Science and Engineering, North University of China, Taiyuan 030051, China; [email protected] (J.L.); [email protected] W. Zhai, Z. Zhu, W. Zhou, S. M. L. Nai, and J. Wei Selective laser melting of dispersed TiC particles strengthened 316L stainless steel Wengang Zhai 1, 2 , Zhiguang Zhu 2 , Wei Zhou 1* , Sharon Mui Ling Nai 2* , Jun Wei 2