Combinatorial alloy development by LMD
The term Combinatorial Alloy Development is used for an approach to create material libraries, e.g. by the fabrication and testing of compositionally graded materials. At the chair for Materials Science and Technology of Metals, we employ an InssTek laser deposition unit equipped with four powder hoppers in a glove box with inert gas atmosphere to produce these concentration gradients. Through local testing and characterization, interesting alloy compositions can be identified rapidly and effectively in a high throughput approach. Additionally using the same machine, multi-material or compositionally graded components can be manufactured, which could not be produced through traditional metallurgy.
Preparation of Fe-Co-B-Si-Nb bulk metallic glasses by laser powder bed fusion: Microstructure and properties
In: Materials Characterization 162 (2020), Article No.: 110206
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Additively manufactured Raney-type Copper catalyst for methanol synthesis
In: Catalysis: Science and Technology 10 (2020), p. 164-168
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