Avtomaticheskaya Svarka (Automatic Welding), #1, 2021, pp. 3-8
Prediction of the kinetics of temperature fields and stress-strain state of dissimilar products, manufactured by layer-by-layer forming
O.V. Makhenko, O.S. Milenin, O.A. Velikoivanenko, G.P. Rozynka, S.S. Kozlitina, N.I. Pivtorak, L.I. Dzyubak
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute of the NAS of Ukraine.
11 Kazymyr Malevych Str., 03150, Kyiv, Ukraine. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Layer-by-layer forming of metal structures and elements of various-purpose mechanisms is a promising venue of development of
high technologies. Broad possibilities for optimization of technology parameters and accuracy of positioning the forming layers
allow manufacturing thin-wall products of different geometry. Moreover, dissimilar structures can be produced by changing the
filler material. Such a technological process requires thorough optimization of the respective technology cycle to guarantee the
required quality of the dissimilar structure, depending on product shape, materials and features of a specific technology. This
work is a study of the features of the kinetics of temperature field and stress-strain state of dissimilar structures during multilayer
surfacing in the case of T-beam structures, made by xBeam 3D Metal Printer technology. 12 Ref., 6 Fig.
layer-by-layer forming, dissimilar structure, temperature field, stress-strain state, mathematical modeling
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