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Microstructural effects on the rotating bending fatigue behavior of Ti-6Al-4V produced via laser powder bed fusion with novel heat treatments

April 30, 2024
Nicholas Derimow, Jake Benzing, David Newton, Chad Beamer, Ping Lu, Frank DelRio, Newell Moser, Orion Kafka, Ryan Fishel, Lucas Koepke, Chris Hadley, Nik Hrabe
The rotating bending fatigue (RBF) behavior (fully reversed, R = -1) of additively manufactured (AM) Ti-6Al-4V alloy produced via laser powder bed fusion (PBF-L) was investigated with respect to different microstructures achieved through novel heat

Spatial and Temporal Data Alignment from Disparate Sources for Feature Association

April 25, 2024
Benjamin Standfield, Eric Holterfield, Russell Waddell
Among the chief topic areas of Industry 4.0, digital thread technology offers the opportunity for increased productivity, efficiency, and traceability throughout a product's lifecycle. While the basic concept of digital thread is easy to realize by

Evaluating Models That Predict Epoxy Conversion Using Rheological Properties

April 15, 2024
Stian Romberg, Paul Roberts, Chad R. Snyder, Anthony Kotula
Simultaneous rheology and conversion measurements of neat and composite epoxy resins reveal that conventional models neither accurately nor fully describe the relationship between rheology and conversion. We find that models predicting thermoset conversion

Manufacturing USA 2023 Annual Report

April 15, 2024

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

Investigation of melt pool dynamics and solidification microstructures of laser melted Ti-6Al-4V powder using X-ray synchrotron imaging

April 10, 2024
Nicholas Derimow, Madelyn Madrigal-Camacho, Orion Kafka, Jake Benzing, Edward Garboczi, Samuel J. Clark, Suveen Mathaudhu, Nik Hrabe
Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) is widely used in additive manufacturing (AM) industry. However, as laser powder-bed fusion (PBF-L) additive manufacturing (AM) advances towards reliable production of titanium parts, a thorough understanding of the process

Precision Calcination Mechanism of CaCO 3 to High-Porosity Nanoscale CaO CO 2 Sorbent Revealed by Direct In Situ Observations

April 5, 2024
Jenny Martinez, Jenna Wardini, Xueli Zheng, Lauren Moghimi, Jason Rakowsky, Jonathan Means, Huiming Guo, Ivan Kuzmenko, Jan Ilavsky, Fan Zhang, Pratik Dholabhai, Leora Dresselhaus-Marais, William Bowman
Deploying energy storage and carbon capture at scale is hindered by the substantial endothermic penalty of decomposing CaCO3 to CaO and CO2, and the rapid loss of CO2 absorption capacity by CaO sorbent particles due to sintering at the high requisite

A Common Data Dictionary and Common Data Model for Additive Manufacturing

February 16, 2024
Alexander Kuan, Kareem Aggour, Shengyen Li, Yan Lu, Luke Mohr, Alex Kitt, Hunter Macdonald
Additive manufacturing (AM) leverages emerging technologies and well-adopted processes to produce near-net-shape products. The advancement of AM technology requires data management tools to collect, store and share information through the product

Phase Composition and Phase Transformation of Additively Manufactured Nickel Alloy 718 AM Bench Artifacts

February 5, 2024
Fan Zhang, Aaron Johnston-Peck, Lyle E. Levine, Michael Katz, Kil-Won Moon, Maureen E. Williams, Sandra W. Young, Andrew J. Allen, Olaf Borkiewicz, Jan Ilavsky
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies offer unprecedented design flexibility but are limited by a lack of understanding of the material microstructure formed under their extreme and transient processing conditions and its subsequent transformation

Filtering Organized 3D Point Clouds for Bin Picking Applications

January 23, 2024
Marek Franaszek, Prem Rachakonda, Kamel S. Saidi
In many manufacturing applications, autonomous robot action is guided by a perception system integrated with the robot. The quality of the acquired 3D data must be high to ensure smooth and uninterrupted execution of robotic tasks. Unfortunately, many

Toward a Standard Data Architecture for Additive Manufacturing

January 16, 2024
Shengyen Li, Shaw C. Feng, Alexander Kuan, Yan Lu
To advance the additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, R&D projects may evaluate new facilities and different processes that need a scalable data architecture to accommodate the progressing knowledge. This work introduces a data pedigree to enable the

Employing Word-Embedding for Schema Matching in Standard Lifecycle Management

December 29, 2023
Hakju Oh, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Albert T. Jones, Tim Finin
Today, businesses rely on numerous information systems to achieve their production goals and improve their global competitiveness. Semantically integrating those systems is essential for businesses to achieve both. To do so, businesses must rely on

Intelligent Flexible Manufacturing Cell

December 11, 2023
Ethan Hollingsworth, Eric Holterman, Allison Barnard Feeney
Designed around Industry 4.0 based digital technology, flexible manufacturing cells are envisioned to comprise a variety of machines capable of peer-to-peer communication, learning, and adaptation with the end goal of creating a standards-based, brand

Knowledge Management for Data Analytics in Additive Manufacturing

November 21, 2023
Yeun Park, Paul Witherell, Albert T. Jones, Hyunbo Cho
As a multi-staged digital manufacturing process, Additive manufacturing (AM) inherently benefits from data analytics (DA) decision-making opportunities. The abundance of data associated with the various observations and measurements taken throughout the

Cutting force estimation from machine learning and physics-inspired data-driven models utilizing accelerometer measurements

November 13, 2023
Gregory W. Vogl, Yongzhi Qu, Reese Eischens, Gregory Corson, Tony Schmitz, Andrew Honeycutt, Jaydeep Karandikar, Scott Smith
Monitoring cutting forces for process control may be challenging because force measurements typically require invasive instrumentation. To remedy this situation, two new methods were recently developed to estimate cutting forces in real time based on the

Annual Report on the U.S. Manufacturing Economy: 2023

November 2, 2023
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
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