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Influence of Mechanical Processing on the Durability of Parts in Additive Manufacturing Conditions

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Innovations in Mechanical Engineering II (icieng 2022)

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In this paper, the main problems associated with the mechanical processing of parts of various types and purposes are investigated. On the basis of this, a new technology for processing and strengthening the surface layer of parts made of high-speed steel of the P6M5 brand using the combined RTS effect is proposed. A block diagram of the main additive manufacturing processes, which are mainly used for manufacturing parts of various types of purposes, is presented. The results of the main stages of the technological process in the mechanical processing of parts are presented. The molecular diffusion of raw materials is studied. Based on the results obtained, the correlation between the components of the components was studied. Microstructural analysis revealed three different grain sizes: small grains, large grains, and molten grains. The homogenization process that occurs in the internal microstructure of the sample is justified. The maximum porosity, microparticle sizes, and total particle area were recorded. The main stages of the shear mechanism were investigated. Experimental results of studies on establishing the main regularities of changes in the structure of the surface layer of inhomogeneous materials are presented. A 3D model of the gear wheel is presented. Also, the average value of microhardness for gears in the conditions of additive production when performing the corresponding technological operations is predicted.

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Pasternak, V., Zabolotnyi, O., Svirzhevskyi, K., Zadorozhnikova, I., Machado, J. (2023). Influence of Mechanical Processing on the Durability of Parts in Additive Manufacturing Conditions. In: Machado, J., et al. Innovations in Mechanical Engineering II. icieng 2022. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-09382-1_3

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