|About this Abstract
||2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Additive Manufacturing and Innovative Powder/Wire Processing of Multifunctional Materials
||Development of Metallic Matrix Composites and Powders for Metal Additive Manufacturing (MAM) Technologies
||James Rosero-Romo, Paula G. Saiz, Daniel Salazar
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Environmental preservation has become a key issue in the search for new materials. In this context, reducing fuel consumption is a topic of great interest. To this end, industries related to the manufacture of parts for aircraft and automobiles have focused on developing new additive manufacturing technologies such as Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) or Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Deposition (APPD) as well as the use of new materials with improved properties as feedstock for these technologies; materials that at the end of the additive manufacturing process provide low densities but with mechanical properties equal to or better than those of traditional materials. In this work, we will present the most relevant results obtained on the development and characterization of aluminium matrix composites (AMCs) with ceramic nanoparticle reinforcement as well as on the development of Mo and Diamond powders with surface nanocoatings to improve their thermal coupling into metallic matrixes.
||Composites, Composites, Surface Modification and Coatings