Characterisation of alloy reactivity for additive manufacturing
31 January 2023
The development of alloy systems requires the formation of chemically resistant ceramic materials which can be implemented into the manufacturing equipment used in the alloy fabrication by casting. Developing these materials can be a challenge owing to the different alloy constituents and non-equilibrium phases present within the alloy. The study is to investigate the chemical reactivity between alloys based on steel, aluminium, and copper, and the ceramic materials; and to consider the alloy performance in roles related to Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM).
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