|About this Abstract
||2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Additive Manufacturing for Energy Applications IV
||J-13: Printing Nano Inks and Process Control for Plasma Jet Printer
||Carl Fredrik Mikael Karlsson, Kunal Mondal, Michael D. McMurtrey
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Advanced printing technologies have accepted noteworthy development driven by their ability to revolutionize academic and industrial sectors. There are many practical applications in the areas of micro and nanofabrication. Micro- and nano-printings have found tremendous applications in the area of material synthesis/patterning, electronics, medicine and biotechnology. Here, we consider one of the advanced micro/nano printings, namely the plasma jet printing (PJP) technique, including process control and parameter optimization as well as sintering, morphology, conductivity of printed patterns. Nano inks that are printable by this advanced printing technique, such as TiO2, copper and silver inks have been explored. Problems arise during printing and their solution and optimization have also been covered. Some emerging applications of PJP including printing of thermoelectric inks and related characterizations have also been explained.
||Additive Manufacturing, Electronic Materials, Nanotechnology