Friction Based Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Principles for Building in Solid State, Benefits, Limitations, and Applications

Sandeep Rathee, Manu Srivastava, Sachin Maheshwari, T.K. Kundra, Arshad Noor Siddiquee

April 13, 2018 by CRC Press
Reference - 148 Pages - 10 Color & 41 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780815392361 - CAT# K342349

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Features

  1. Presents the principles of layer by layer metal additive manufacturing

  2. Introduces all aspects of AM necessary to outline the need and concept for friction based AM processes

  3. Discusses the facts about friction based solid state processes and additive manufacturing principles

  4. Covers the principles, benefits, limitations, and applications of additive manufacturing, friction stir welding

  5. Identifies a process for developing high structural performance components

Summary

Friction additive manufacturing is a term used for friction based solid state welding processes in conjugation with additive manufacturing, to produce components with superior structural and mechanical properties. This is a novel manufacturing technology of developing high structural performance components. It utilizes the principle of layer by layer additive manufacturing and is a major breakthrough in metal additive manufacturing. The book is a compilation of friction based solid state processes and additive manufacturing principles, and will cover the methodological principles, benefits, limitations, and applications of additive manufacturing and friction stir welding processes.