|About this Abstract
||2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Additive Manufacturing and Innovative Powder Processing of Functional and Magnetic Materials
||Reduction of Power Losses in SLM Printed FeSi6.5 Alloy by Geometry Optimizing
||Przemyslaw Zackiewicz, Adrian Radon, Bartosz Jozwik, Lukasz Hawelek, Marcin Polak, Magdalena Steczkowska-Kempka, Adam Pilsniak, Aleksandra Kolano-Burian
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Silicon steels are one of the best researched materials mainly due to their widespread use in energy devices for energy conversion. The ease of making elements of various shapes and sizes makes it a widely used material, and research is still being conducted to produce magnetic elements with more complex geometry. One of the main areas is the ability to make magnetic parts/cores using additive manufacturing technologies. Unfortunately, there is still a limitation of the applicability of the elements from FeSi powders according to their ultrahigh intrinsic stresses. These stresses result in the delamination and cracking of the printed elements. According to that, as a part of the work, cores made of FeSi6.5 material of various shapes and degrees of filling were produced and tested. Additionally, magnetic inserts were made from FeSi6.5 powders with the ULTIMEG resin in order to reduce the dispersion of the magnetic flux in air gaps.
||Additive Manufacturing, Magnetic Materials,