Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Light Cellular Constructions Made of a VT6 Alloy by Selective Laser Melting
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Functional-gradient materials with a variable density can be manufactured by varying a configuration of the base elements of cellular constructions, which is important when designing medicine implants with improved characteristics. The microstructure of cellular elements fabricated by selective laser melting has been studies, and the mechanical characteristics of samples with cellular elements have been determined.
Keywords:additive technology selective laser melting titanium alloy cellular structure
This work was performed in the framework of the federal goal program Research and Developments in Foreground Directions of Development of the Scientific–Technological Complex of Russia in 2014–2020. Unique identifier RFMEF157817X0245.
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