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Transformation kinetics during heat treatment of additive manufactured alloys AlSi10Mg & X5CrNiCuNb16-4

Umwandlungskinetik während der Wärmebehandlung von additiv gefertigten Legierungen AlSi10Mg und X5CrNiCuNb16-4
: Rowolt, Christian; Gebauer, Mathias; Kamps, Tobias; Seidel, Christian; Müller, Bernhard; Milkereit, Benjamin; Kessler, Olaf

presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-4946723 (728 KByte PDF)
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Created on: 8.6.2018

Univ. Rostock; International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering -IFHTSE-:
24th IFHTSE CONGRESS 2017 : Combined with the European Conference on Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering together with A3TS Congress, 26. June 2017 - 29. June 2017, Nice
Nice, 2017
19 Folien
International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering (IFHTSE International Congress) <24, 2017, Nice>
European Conference on Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering <2017, Nice>
Association de Traitement Thermique et de Traitement de Surface (A3TS Congress) <2017, Nice>
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWU ()
additive manufacturing; laser beam melting; heat treatment; dilatometry; calorimetry; AlSi10Mg; X5CrNiCuNb16-4; LBM

In this work, additively manufactured metal alloys are compared to their conventionally produced counterparts. The heat treatment of two different laser beam melted alloys, namely the aluminium cast alloy AlSi10Mg (EN AC-43000) as well as the martensitic precipitation hardening steel X5CrNiCuNb16-4 (17-4 PH) are investigated. The conventional samples are high pressure die cast for the aluminium alloy, while the steel was hot rolled. The microstructure of additively manufactured aluminium samples (as-built) shows a similar eutectic structure like the as-cast condition, however in a much finer scale. During standard heat treatments, the focus is on analysing the differences in kinetics of precipitation and dissolution transformations. The kinetics are investigated by Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Dilatometry. Both LBM materials show significant shifts of the characteristic transformation temperatures. Heating the additively manufactured aluminium samples (as-built condition) leads to higher characteristic transformation temperatures compared to the conventional material. The rapid solidification during LBM results in a higher supersaturation and thus to a more pronounced exothermic precipitation during heating, compared to the as-cast condition. Similar differences have been found for the steel.