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Scientists from Texas A&M University and the U.S. Air Force say they’ve developed a way to 3D print the strongest kind of steel, along with many other metals.By using a steel powder melted into place by a laser, this process follows in the footsteps of technologies like powder welding. And by adding a mathematical model to gauge which laser settings will best reduce printing flaws, the researchers have made a process they say makes strong steel into strong 3D-printed steel items.The mathematical model and its results are presented as an “optimization framework” that anchors the research team’s new paper.“This framework utilizes the computationally inexpensive Eagar-Tsai model, calibrated with single track experiments, to predict the melt pool geometry,” the team writes. “Computationall...
Published: 2020 - 04 - 24
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To reduce the manufacturing costs of making tungsten carbide tools, a team of researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory has figured out how to 3D print it into the exact size and shape they want, with little to no post-machining required, according to a U.S. patent application first made public on Thursday.
Published: 2019 - 10 - 25
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European aluminium scrap prices have plunged in recent weeks on heavy oversupply and low demand, as China's caps on scrap imports push more volume into a European market where demand from the mainstay automotive industry has shown marked weakness this year.
Published: 2019 - 10 - 17
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NEW DELHI - India is considering extending by four months a compliance deadline on tougher import rules for steel that are aimed at forcing automakers to use locally made alloy, said two sources familiar with the matter.
Published: 2019 - 09 - 27
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Aluminium alloys are widely used in many industrial applications including automobiles and aeroplanes, on account of their light weight. However, the wide-spread use of such alloys was contingent on the discovery of precipitate strengthening as a means for improving the tensile properties of these alloys necessary for most applications. Discovered over a hundred years ago, the technique involves heating alloys to elevated temperatures, which allows nanoscale secondary phases to precipitate in the metal. These precipitates hinder dislocation motion throughout the material and greatly increase t...
Published: 2019 - 09 - 18
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Scientists from Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) with their colleagues developed multifunctional metal alloys that emit and absorb heat at the same time and change their size and volume under the influence of a magnetic field.
Published: 2019 - 09 - 11
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