Computational Design of Ageless Structural Materials

Metadata Updated: May 2, 2019

The focus of this project is to link microstructure, mechanical performance, and processing of additively manufactured titanium alloys.[HTML_REMOVED] Ultimately, linking such material attributes would permit alloy design (e.g., mechanical performance) by prescribing alloy composition and processing parameters. Historically, the structural optimization of aerospace components has been done through geometric methods.[HTML_REMOVED] A monolithic material is chosen based on the best compromise between the competing design limiting criteria.[HTML_REMOVED] Then the structure is geometrically optimized to give the best overall performance using the single material chosen.[HTML_REMOVED] Functionally graded materials offer the potential to further improve structural efficiency by allowing the material composition and/or microstructural features to spatially vary within a single structure.[HTML_REMOVED] Thus, local properties could be tailored to the local design limiting criteria.[HTML_REMOVED] Additive manufacturing techniques enable the fabrication of such graded materials and structures.[HTML_REMOVED] This paper presents the results of a graded material study using two titanium alloys processed using electron beam freeform fabrication, an additive manufacturing system.[HTML_REMOVED] The results show that the two alloys uniformly mix at various ratios and the resultant static properties of the mixed alloys behave according to rule-of-mixtures.[HTML_REMOVED] Additionally, the crack growth behavior across an abrupt change from one alloy to the other shows no discontinuity and the crack smoothly transitions from one crack growth regime into another.[HTML_REMOVED] [HTML_REMOVED]

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Metadata Created Date August 1, 2018
Metadata Updated Date May 2, 2019

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