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2021 №01 (04) DOI of Article
10.37434/sem2021.01.05
2021 №01 (06)

Сучасна електрометалургія 2021 #01
SEM, 2021, #1, 39-47 pages

Мікроструктура та механічні властивості деталей із високоміцних титанових сплавів, отриманих методом WAAM (Огляд)

Authors
Р.В. Селін, С.Л. Шваб, М.М. Димань
ІЕЗ ім. Є.О. Патона НАН України. 03150, м. Київ, вул. Казимира Малевича, 11. E-mail: office@paton.kiev.ua

Реферат
Адитивне виробництво (Additive Manufacturing) — це створення виробів, засноване на поетапному додаванні матеріалу на основу у вигляді плоскої платформи або осьової заготовки. Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing дуже перспективна технологія, що дозволяє виготовляти великогабаритні деталі складної форми з матеріалів з високою доданою вартістю. Ця технологія є частиною процесів адитивного виробництва, яка використовує металеві дроти в якості присадного матеріалу, а дугу, як джерело енергії. В даній оглядовій роботі розглянуто процес отримання деталей із титанових сплавів методом Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing, який має суттєві переваги перед іншими процесами адитивного виробництва — високі ефективність використання ресурсів та продуктивність, низьку вартість обладнання. Отримання деталей із високоміцних титанових сплавів за допомогою методу Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing дозволяє контролювати мікроструктуру титанових сплавів, що необхідно, оскільки високоміцні титанові сплави дуже чутливі до термічного циклу. Розглянуто різні методи контролю мікроструктури деталей із титанових сплавів, її властивості та вплив на механічні показники деталі. Бібліогр. 39, табл. 3, рис. 9.
Ключові слова: адитивне виробництво; WAAM; високоміцні титанові сплави; мікроструктура; механічні властивості

Received 22.01.2021

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