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The Metallurgy of Titanium Additive Manufacturing - Superalloy Lecture 13

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posted on 14.05.2021, 14:52 by Alec Davis
This set of lectures is on "The Metallurgy of Titanium Additive Manufacturing" for the Superalloys & High Performance Materials course part 13. This part of the course was taught by Dr Alec Davis at The University of Manchester in 2021.

Video 1 discusses the formation of large beta grain structures in high deposition rate additively manufactured titanium and the methods of breaking up this structure.

Video 2 discusses the effect of repeated rapid heating cycles on the alpha transformation microstructure in titanium additive manufacturing.

The live lecture includes a group discussion on the impact of repeated rapid heating cycles that are intrinsic to additive manufacturing on various titanium alloys, and was recorded on 26th April 2021.

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LightForm: Embedding Materials Engineering in Manufacturing with Light Alloys

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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New Wire Additive Manufacturing (NEWAM)

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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