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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Design, Materials, Manufacturing, Challenges and Applications
Presentation Title A-13: Comparison of Mechanical Properties of AZ-31 Mg alloy by Wire-based Arc Additive Manufacturing
Author(s) Changwook Ji, Jae-Deuk Kim, Jooyong Cheon, Jeong Yeol Park
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Changwook Ji
Abstract Scope Magnesium alloys are the lightest of all the commercially used structural metals. The magnesium structural parts are commonly made by casting processes, but it has a high chance to form internal defects due to the high reaction with oxides. The GMAW based Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process could be one of the fabrication methods for Mg parts. It has advantages that a less amount of material loss, a short-delivery time by the faster manufacturing speed, modifiability, and a chance to make a complex shaped or reinforced mold using dissimilar materials. But there are lack of the precedent researches regarding the WAAM of Mg alloys, though it has high potential and advantages. In this research, the additive manufacturability of the AZ-31 alloy has been discussed. Process parameters were optimized with varied solid wires, and different shielding conditions were evaluated.


3D-Printed Composite Scaffolds for Biomedical Applications
A-13: Comparison of Mechanical Properties of AZ-31 Mg alloy by Wire-based Arc Additive Manufacturing
A-14: Data Management for Additive Manufacturing
Acoustic Energy Assisted Metal Powder Consolidation for Additive Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing at (Sur)face Value: Correlating L-PBF Surface Features with Part Quality and Microstructure
Additive Manufacturing High Performance Thermal Systems
Additive Manufacturing of Embedded Metal Structures in a Polymer Matrix
Additive Manufacturing of Graded Tungsten Lattices for Radioactive Material Transport
Aiming the Susceptibility to Weld Solidification Cracking in Laser Powder Bed Fusion 316L Stainless Steel
Artificial Grain Image Generation for CNN-Based Segmentation Training in Additively Manufactured Components
Atomic Layer Deposition Coatings for Additive Manufacturing Feedstock Modification and Improvement
Binder Jetting and Characterization of Porous Structures
Co-designing and LPBF Additive Manufacturing of Complex Thermo-fluidic Components of Concentrating Solar-Thermal Power Plants - A Comprehensive Study of Printing Heat Exchangers and Solar Receivers
Considerations and Challenges for Uniting 3D Printing and Implantable Medicine
Critical Comparison of Advanced Non-destructive Evaluation Technologies for Laser Powder Bed Fusion Components
Design for Inspectability as a Challenge
Designing High-Strength Aluminum and Superalloys for Laser Powder Bed Fusion: Analyzing Cases of Success and Failure
Development of an Inconel Heat Exchanger via Binder Jetting Additive Manufacturing
Development of Eco-efficient Cement Compositions for 3D Printing Using the Concepts of Rheology
Electrochemical Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured Materials
Evaluation of Environmentally Assisted Cracking on Wire Arc Additively Manufactured (WAAM) AISI 316LSi
GKN Aerospace Deposition of a Laser Wire DED 2.5m Titanium Aerostructure Demonstrator
High-strength Aluminum Alloy Selection for Space Optical Instruments
Identifying True Cracking States: Challenges and Practices for Crack-Susceptible Alloys in Additive Manufacturing
In-process Orbiting Laser-assisted Material Extrusion-based Additive Manufacturing for the Improvement of Mechanical and Geometrical Properties
Intellectual Property and Legal Challenges for Additive Manufacturing
Mechanical Characterization of As-built and Post-processed In-situ Alloyed Cu-4 at% Cr-2 at% Nb Made via Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Mechanical Properties of Hybrid Additively Manufactured Stainless Steel 316L
Mechanical Properties of SA508 Gr.3 Low Alloy Steel Using Directed Energy Deposition
Monitoring Additive Manufacturing in Real-Time via Image-Based Machine Learning Techniques
Process Mapping of Fe-3.5Si Produced through Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Relevant Properties
Processing of Inconel 718 Structures Via Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing
Real-time Binder Deposition Tracking and Modeling via Machine Learning Image Processing Methods
Sensitivity of Surface Porosity in Powder Bed Fusion to Process Parameters
Solid State Welding of Additively Manufactured Type 304L SS
Surface Patterning of Sacrificial Nodules Using L-PBF in Improving Corrosion Properties of Lightweight Al-Mg Alloy
The Control of Tailored Microstructure and Thermoelectric Properties in Additively Manufactured Materials
Ultra-High Temperature Performance of Additively Manufactured Refractory Alloys

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