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Using Microscopy and Image Analysis to Show Density and Property Variations in Additive Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V

  • Erica Stevens (a1), Samantha Schloder (a1), Eric Bono (a2), David Schmidt (a1) and Markus Chmielus (a1)...
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*Corresponding author: chmielus@pitt.edu

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[1]Stevens, E et al. , Additive Manufacturing 22 (2018), p. 746-752.
[2]Schneider, CA, Rasband, WS, Eliceiri, KW, Nature Methods 9 (2012), p.671-675.
[3]Miyanaji, H, Zhang, S and Yang, L, Int J Mach Tool Manu 24 (2018), p. 1-11.
[4]DebRoy, T et al. , Progress in Materials Science 92 (2018), p 112-224.
[5]The authors acknowledge Fred Yolton and Adam Byrd from Carpenter Technology Corporation. E. Stevens was partially supported by the Department of Defense (DoD) through the National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship (NDSEG) Program. S. Schloder was funded by the PPG foundation, and would like to thank the Swanson School of Engineering for supporting undergraduate research. University of Pittsburgh MMCL facilities were used in this research.

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