A highly accurate methodology for the prediction and correlation of mechanical properties based on the slimness ratio of additively manufactured tensile test specimens

A highly accurate methodology for the prediction and correlation of mechanical properties based on the slimness ratio of additively manufactured tensile test specimens

Lucas S. Moura, Gianfranco D. Vittoria, André H. G. Gabriel, Eduardo B. Fonseca, Laís P. Gabriel, Thomas J. Webster, Éder S. N. Lopes

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Agradecimentos: The authors thank LNNano/CNPEM for providing access to the SEM and Prof. Waldek Wladimir Bose Filho (EESC/USP) and Douglas Bon for providing access to the mechanical testing facilities. This work was supported by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development...

Additive manufacturing has been established as a process to produce structural and load-bearing parts, and this process has become attractive to many industries such as medical, aerospace, automotive, and oil and gas. These industrial applications are commonly characterized by high and stringent...

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A highly accurate methodology for the prediction and correlation of mechanical properties based on the slimness ratio of additively manufactured tensile test specimens

Lucas S. Moura, Gianfranco D. Vittoria, André H. G. Gabriel, Eduardo B. Fonseca, Laís P. Gabriel, Thomas J. Webster, Éder S. N. Lopes


										

A highly accurate methodology for the prediction and correlation of mechanical properties based on the slimness ratio of additively manufactured tensile test specimens

Lucas S. Moura, Gianfranco D. Vittoria, André H. G. Gabriel, Eduardo B. Fonseca, Laís P. Gabriel, Thomas J. Webster, Éder S. N. Lopes

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    Journal of materials science

    Vol. 55 (Apr., 2020), p. 9578-9596