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Plasticity modelling of titanium and steel alloys fabricated via powder bed fusion and material extrusion: a phenomenological constitutive approach

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posted on 2024-05-24, 13:27 authored by Kyriakos I. KourousisKyriakos I. Kourousis

This paper reviews examples of advanced, yet easy to employ, constitutive plasticity models for powder bed fusion (PBF) and material extrusion (MEX) alloys, such as Ti-6A-4V, maraging steel 300 and steel 316L. It intends to showcase a phenomenological constitutive approach that can be scaled up for the benefit of the design/redesign process and the sustainment of metallic structures and parts.

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