P. Bajaj, A. Hariharan, A. Kini, P. Kürnsteiner, D. Raabe, E.A. Jägle, Steels in additive manufacturing:A review of their microstructure and properties, Materials Science and Engineering:A, Volume 772, 2020, 633, ISSN 0921-5093, https://doi/10.1016/j.msea.2019.633. Arc Welding Processes for Additive Manufacturing:A materials is their comparatively high manufacturing cost, especially in the aerospace Fig. 4. Illustration of GTAW torch  Fig. 5. (a) Experimental setup of twin-wire WAAM system with preheating and trailing devices; (b) Schematic representation of the additive manufacturing process  Arc Welding Processes for Additive Manufacturing:A
Jan 01, 2021 · This review paper summarized the assessments on additively manufactured stainless steel parts with the focus on corrosion performance in a vast range of applications including biomedical, nuclear, and fuel cell industries, which require a higher degree of consideration regarding corrosion. Effect of microstructure on corrosion behavior of high May 06, 2021 · Abstract. The high strength martensite steels are widely used in aerospace, ocean engineering, etc., due to their high strength, good ductility and acceptable corrosion resistance. This paper provides a review for the influence of microstructure on corrosion behavior of high strength martensite steels. Pitting is the most common corrosion type of high strength stainless steels, which High-strength Damascus steel by additive manufacturing Jun 24, 2020 · Bajaj, P. et al. Steels in additive manufacturing:a review of their microstructure and properties. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 722, 633 (2020). Article Google Scholar 18.
Author:Bajaj, Priyanshu et al.; Genre:Journal Article; Published in Print:2020-01-20; Open Access; Title:Steels in additive manufacturing:A review of their microstructure and properties Use of plasma nitriding to improve the wear and corrosion Feb 08, 2021 · Many investigations of additive-manufactured 18Ni-300 maraging steels dealing with the optimization of the process parameters 27,28 and their influence on the mechanical properties and What is going on with fatigue of additively manufactured steel (316L and 174PH), and Ti6Al4 V is compared with their wrought coun-terparts. Further, different approaches used for assessment of the fatigue behaviour are presented. KEYWORDS fatigue, additive manufacturing, defects, Inconel 718, Ti6Al4 V, 316L, 174PH
- "Steels in additive manufacturing:A review of their microstructure and properties" Fig. 11. SEM image showing the presence of fine NbC precipitates in interdendritic regions in as-built 174 PH stainless steel.