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Title Advances in 3D printing & additive manufacturing technologies / David Ian Wimpenny, Pulak M. Pandey, L. Jyothish Kumar, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Editor and Contributors; 1 Influence of Process Parameters on Tensile Strength of Additive Manufactured Polymer Parts Using Taguchi Method; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Experimental Setup; 2.1 Specimen Characteristics; 2.2 Sintering Parameters; 2.3 Equipment Characteristics; 2.4 Design of Experiments; 2.5 Experimental Procedure; 3 Results and Discussion; 4 Analysis of Results; 4.1 Statistical Analysis; 4.2 ANOVA; 4.3 Response Graphs; 5 Prediction of Optimum Performance; 6 Conclusion; References
2 Determination and Comparison of the Anisotropic Strengths of Fused Deposition Modeling P400 ABSAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Build Parameter Consideration; 2.1 Layer Resolution; 2.2 Model Interior; 2.3 Support Fill; 2.4 Color; 3 Experimental Setup; 3.1 Tensile Strength Test; 3.2 Compressive Strength Test; 3.3 Izod Impact Strength Test; 3.4 Rockwell Hardness Test; 4 Results; 4.1 Tensile Test; 4.2 Compressive Test; 4.3 Izod Impact Test; 4.4 Rockwell Hardness Test; 5 Conclusion and Future Work; References
2.1 Additive Manufacturing Application for the Aerospace Industry2.1.1 GE Aviation-Leap Engine Fuel Nozzle Production Using Additive Manufacturing; 2.1.2 SAFRAN R&D Employs Additive Manufacturing for Developing Engine Components and Aircrafts; 2.1.3 NASA Creates Complex Rocket Injector Using Additive Manufacturing; 2.1.4 Additively Manufactured Titanium Component in Airbus A350 XWB; 2.1.5 Fused Deposition Modelling Reduces Tooling Cost and Lead-Time to Produce Composite Aerospace Parts; 2.1.6 Boeing Using 3D Printing Technology
2.1.7 Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company Demonstrates Digital Production Innovations2.1.8 Rolls-Royce 3D Prints Largest Component for Trent XWB-97 Engine; 2.1.9 Pratt and Whitney Uses 3D Printing for Aero Engine Parts; 2.1.10 Airbus Defence and Space Used Additive Manufacturing to Reduce Production Time of Satellite Parts; 2.1.11 Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., Used 3D Printing Technology for Aircraft Engine Model; 2.1.12 Research and Development on Laser Metal Deposition Technology at Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL)
3 Estimation of the Effect of Process Parameters on Build Time and Model Material Volume for FDM Process Optimization by Response Surface Methodology and Grey Relational AnalysisAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 RSM-Based Experimentation; 3 Measurement of Responses; 4 Grey Relational Analysis [10, 15, 16]; 4.1 Data Preprocessing; 4.2 Grey Relational Coefficient and Grey Relational Grade; 4.3 Analysis and Discussion of Experimental Results; 5 Results and Discussion; 6 Conclusions; References; 4 Current Trends of Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace Industry; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Background
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 30, 2016)
Subject Rapid prototyping.
Solid freeform fabrication.
Three-dimensional printing.
Form Electronic book
Author Kumar, L. Jyothish, editor
Pandey, Pulak M., editor
Wimpenny, D. I. (David I.), editor
ISBN 9789811008122 (electronic bk.)
9811008124 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Advances in 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies