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A high-strength precipitation hardened cobalt-free high-entropy alloy

April 12, 2023
Matthew Luebbe, Jiaqi Duan, Fan Zhang, Jonathan Poplawsky, Hans Pommeranke, Maalavan Arivu, Andrew Hoffman, Haiming Wen
Recent studies on precipitation-hardened high-entropy alloys (HEAs) demonstrate their high strength and thermal stability, making them promising materials for high-temperature structural applications such as nuclear reactors. However, many existing HEAs

Solidification modes during additive manufacturing of steel revealed by high-speed X-ray diffraction

March 1, 2023
Hans-Henrik Konig, Niklas Hollander Pettersson, A Durga, Steven Van Petegem, Daniel Grolimund, Qilin Guo, Chihpin Chuang, lianyi Chen, Christos Oikonomou, Fan Zhang, Greta Lindwall
Solidification during fusion-based additive manufacturing (AM) is characterized by high solidification velocities and high thermal gradients, two factors that control the solidification mode of AM metals and alloys. Using two synchrotron-based, in situ

On Migrating ISO 10303 PMI Models to a Common Core

January 4, 2023
Allison Barnard Feeney, Thomas Thurman
Industrial users of ISO 10303 STandard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP) protocols needed the ability to exchange design product data that is in conformance with recently updated ISO geometric product specification (GPS) standards, the American


November 3, 2022
Soocheol Yoon, Roger V. Bostelman, Ann Virts
With the advancement of factory logistics into the autonomous era comes the need to validate the safety and performance characteristics of Autonomous-Unmanned Ground Vehicles (A-UGVs) working in these application spaces ASTM Committee F45 has been

Speed, the double edge sword of the Industry 4.0

October 31, 2022
Marion Toussaint, Sylvere Krima, Allison Barnard Feeney, Herve Panetto
The recent digital transformation of the manufacturing world led to numerous benefits, from higher quality products to increased productivity and reduced time to market. In this digital world, data has become a critical element in many essential decisions

Sensor Technologies for Quality Control in Engineered Tissue Manufacturing

October 27, 2022
Mary Clare McCorry, Marcie Black, Chrysanthi Williams, Greta Babakhanova, Sumona Sarkar, Nathan Swami, Katherine A. Mirica, Sarah Boermeester, Abbie Underhill
The use of engineered cells, tissues, and organs has the opportunity to change the way injuries and diseases are treated. Commercialization of these groundbreaking technologies has been limited in part by the complex and costly nature of their manufacture

Annual Report on U.S. Manufacturing Industry Statistics: 2022

October 20, 2022
Douglas Thomas
This report provides a statistical review of the U.S. manufacturing industry. There are three aspects of U.S. manufacturing that are considered: (1) how the U.S. industry compares to other countries, (2) the trends in the domestic industry, and (3) the

Manufacturing USA Highlights Report 2022

October 19, 2022
Zahraha Brunner
Manufacturing USA® is a network of public-private partnerships united to secure U.S. global leadership in advanced manufacturing through large scale collaboration on technology, supply chain, and workforce development. The network includes the U.S

Circular Economy in a High-Tech World

October 18, 2022
Kelsea Schumacher, Martin L. Green
The proliferation of electronics, batteries, and solar panels in recent decades has resulted in a substantial generation of end-of-life (EoL) "high-tech" products. Currently, these products follow a largely linear – extract, make, use, dispose – model, but

Feasibility of using depth cameras for evaluating human - exoskeleton interaction

October 14, 2022
Soocheol Yoon, Ya-Shian Li-Baboud, Ann Virts, Roger V. Bostelman, Milli Shah
With increased use of exoskeletons in a variety of fields such as industry, military, and health care, there is a need for measurement standards to understand the effects of exoskeletons on human motion. Optical tracking systems are the current gold
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