Tribology of Additively Manufactured Materials
Fundamentals, Modeling, and Applications
- 229,99 €
- 229,99 €
Tribology of Additively Manufactured Materials: Fundamentals, Modeling, and Applications starts with a look at the history, methods and mechanics of additive manufacturing (AM), focusing on power bed fusion-based and direct energy deposition-based additive manufacturing. Following sections of the book provide a foundational background in the fundamentals of tribology, covering the basics of surface engineering, friction and wear, corrosion and tribocorrosion, and the tribological considerations of a variety of AM materials, such as friction and wear in non-metallic and metallic AM materials, degradation in non-metallic AM components, and corrosion and tribocorrosion in AM components.
The book then concludes with a section covering modeling and simulation scenarios and challenges related to the tribology of AM materials, providing readers with the processing conditions needed to extend and strengthen the lifetime and durability of AM materials and components. Provides theoretical, experimental and computational data for a better understanding of the complex tribological behaviors in additively manufactured components Discusses applications of additively manufactured components, considering their tribological properties Studies how unique surface roughness and texture develop in additively manufactured components and how these unique characteristics affect their tribological function Outlines variables, additive manufacturing methods and performance of additively manufactured components Equips readers with a better understanding of degradation effects due to tribology and corrosion