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||Materials Science & Technology 2020
||Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Complex Microstructures and Architecture Design
||Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Single-crystalline-like Stainless Steel 316L; From Samples to Parts
||Xianglong Wang, Jose Alberto Muniz Lerma, Oscar Sanchez Mata, Mohammad Attarian Shandiz, Mathieu Brochu
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Laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) process is one of the most popular additive manufacturing techniques for producing near-net shape metallic components. The process features steep thermal gradients and therefore enables the production of highly texturized samples. Efforts have recently been made towards crystallographic texture control via LPBF, which also include the fabrication of single-crystalline microstructure. The present study will explore the possibility of achieving single-crystalline or single-crystalline-like microstructure on different geometries produced by LPBF. The mechanical properties of these single-crystalline or single-crystalline-like samples will also be investigated.