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Additive Manufacturing of Metal Alloys 1

Processes, Raw Materials and Numerical Simulation

Peyre, Patrice / Charkaluk, Eric (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage November 2022
272 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-78945-054-5
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Over the last decade or so, additive manufacturing has revolutionized design and manufacturing methods by allowing more freedom in design and functionalities unattainable with conventional processes. This has generated extraordinarily high interest in both industrial and academic communities.

Additive Manufacturing of Metal Alloys 1 puts forward a state of the art of additive manufacturing and its different processes, from metallic raw materials (in the form of powder or wire) to their properties after elaboration. It analyzes the physics and the modelling of existing AM processes as well as future elaboration processes.

Using a balanced approach encapsulating basic notions and more advanced aspects for each theme, this book acts as a metal additive manufacturing textbook, as useful to professionals in the field as to the general public.

1. Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes, Patrice Peyre.
2. Raw Materials: Metal Powders and Wires, Marc Thomas.
3. The Physics of Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes, Patrice Peyre.
4. Numerical Simulation of Additive Manufacturing Processes, Muriel Carin.
Patrice Peyre is a CNRS senior research scientist at the PIMM laboratory in Paris. He specializes in the study of the transformation of materials using lasers.

Eric Charkaluk is a CNRS senior research scientist at the LMS laboratory at Ecole Polytechnique near Paris. His interests include the deformation and damage of metals in relation to their microstructure.