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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing for Energy Applications IV
Presentation Title Co-design of Parts and Processing for Additively Manufactured Heat Exchangers
Author(s) Nicholas L. Lamprinakos, Ziheng Wu, Junwon Seo, Srujana Rao Yarasi, Anthony Rollett
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Nicholas L. Lamprinakos
Abstract Scope A key advantage to additive manufacturing is the ability to directly fabricate parts with complex geometries. In the energy sector, this can be leveraged to create more efficient heat exchangers that would be difficult to produce using conventional processes. However, when printing intricate features, challenges such as thermal distortion must be overcome. In this project, high-temperature heat exchangers were designed to be printed from superalloy powder via laser powder bed fusion. Modifications to the input part geometry and processing parameters were explored together to optimize the printed components. This allowed for heat exchangers to be printed to the desired geometric tolerances for small internal features without sacrificing heat exchanger performance. Post-processing techniques, including abrasive flow machining, were also studied to reduce the internal surface roughness. A 20 kW prototype heat exchanger that is applicable to loading cycles at 200 bar and above 720C was fabricated.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned:
Keywords Additive Manufacturing, Copper / Nickel / Cobalt,

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High Substrate Heating (up to 500 degC) in Laser Powder Bed Fusion of High-strength Superalloys and Its Implications
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J-10: Investigation in Multi-layer and Multi-element Alloy Wire-arc Additive Manufacturing Cladding
J-11: Microstructural and Mechanical Investigation of IN718 Nickel-based Superalloy Fabricated via Laser-based Additive Manufacturing (LBAM)
J-12: Microstructure Evolution and Mechanical Properties of Selective Laser Melted SB-CoNi-10 Superalloy
J-13: Printing Nano Inks and Process Control for Plasma Jet Printer
J-14: Process-property Relationship for Fabricating Complex Heat Exchanger Geometry via Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing
J-15: Quantifying Equiaxed Versus Epitaxial Solidification in CMSX-4 Single Crystal Superalloy Processed by Laser Powder Bed Fusion Using Single-tracks
J-16; Understanding Microstructure Evolution of High Temperature Ni Alloys Across Additive Manufacturing Processes
J-17: Understanding Process-structure-property Linkages in Electron Beam Melted Haynes 282
J-18: Understanding the Process-structure-property Correlation in Additively Manufactured IN718 Alloy
J-8: Creep Resistance of Al-Ce Binary Alloys Produced by Casting and Additive Manufacturing
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