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Processing-Microstructure Relationships From 3D Characterization of Additively Manufactured Metals

  • Andrew T. Polonsky (a1), Narendran Raghavan (a2), McLean P. Echlin (a1), William C. Lenthe (a3), Michael M. Kirka (a2), Ryan R. Dehoff (a2) and Tresa M. Pollock (a1)...
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[1]Sames, WJ et al. , International Materials Reviews 61 (2016), p. 315-360.
[2]Lewandowski, JJ and Seifi, M, Annual Review of Materials Research 46 (2016), p. 151-186.
[3]Polonsky, AT et al. , Materials Characterization 143 (2018), p. 171-181.
[4]Dehoff, RR et al. , Materials Science and Technology 31 (2015), p. 931-938.
[5]Raghavan, N et al. , Acta Materialia 112 (2016), p. 303-314.
[6]Echlin, MP et al. , Review of Scientific Instruments 83 (2012), p. 023701.
[7]The authors acknowledge funding support from Oak Ridge National Laboratory under Award No. 400156470.

Processing-Microstructure Relationships From 3D Characterization of Additively Manufactured Metals

  • Andrew T. Polonsky (a1), Narendran Raghavan (a2), McLean P. Echlin (a1), William C. Lenthe (a3), Michael M. Kirka (a2), Ryan R. Dehoff (a2) and Tresa M. Pollock (a1)...

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