Publications and responsibilities
Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing with TiC-Nanoparticle Reinforced AA5183 Alloy
Wire and arc additive manufacturing of aluminium-ceramic composites shows great potential to produce high strength materials. By incorporation of nanoparticles in the feedstock wire, fine-grained material with low susceptibility for solidification cracking and enhanced strength can be obtained. In...
Effects of iron precipitation and novel metal screw extrusion on electrical conductivity and properties of AA1370 aluminium
Comparative study of eutectic Al-Si alloys manufactured by WAAM and casting
Wire and arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) of metallic materials is expected to become part of the new industrial revolution. The possibilities for complex designs and superior mechanical properties can in many cases replace traditional manufacturing processes such as casting. In order to benchmark...
Development of AL-TIC wire feedstock for additive manufacturing by metal screw extrusion
The development of customised aluminium alloys for welding and additive manufacturing (AM) is proposed to solve several quality issues and to enhance the mechanical integrity of components. The introduction of ceramic grain refining agents shows great potential as alloy addition as to limit cracking...