|About this Abstract
||2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Additive Manufacturing and Innovative Powder/Wire Processing of Multifunctional Materials
||Development of Additively Manufactured FeCo-2V and Fe-80Ni-5Mo Soft Magnetic Alloys for Spacecraft Magnetic Shielding Applications
||Samad Firdosy, Nicholas Ury, Katherine Dang, Pablo Narvaez, Vilupanur Ravi, R. Peter Dillon
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Magnetic shielding for flight hardware has increasingly been an important aspect of controlling magnetic interference between highly sensitive instruments such as magnetometer sensors and co-located engineering subsystems containing mechanisms and motors (e.g., Reaction Wheel Assemblies, Scanning Mechanisms, Cryogenic Coolers, etc.). One way of minimizing magnetic interference is to shield these noisy magnetic sources. Operating highly sensitive instruments concurrently with these engineering subsystems has become a challenge due to the difficulty and complex nature of the manufacturability of very effective magnetic shields. In this talk we report on the development of additively manufactured magnetic shielding materials and prototypes using high permeability (Fe-80Ni-5Mo) and high saturation (FeCo-2V) alloys with magnetic shielding performance that meets or exceeds shields manufactured using traditional wrought magnetic shielding alloy products.
||Additive Manufacturing, Magnetic Materials, Energy Conversion and Storage